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A Chill New Ceviche Spot Arrives in the Bishop Arts District

Ceviche Oyster Bar has officially arrived

Ceviche mixto
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Ceviche Oyster Bar, a new destination for Mexican seafood dishes, has officially debuted in the Bishop Arts District.

The new restaurant from Raul Reyes, who operates Beyonce-approved Mexican stalwart Mesa nearby, kicked open the doors in March at 451 West Davis Street. Ceviche Oyster Bar has been in the works for a little more than five years now — in 2014, D Magazine reported that Reyes would take over the former auto service station with a ceviche restaurant, though at the time the eatery was called Ceviche: Shark.

As its name suggests, the menu at Ceviche Oyster Bar will focus on fresh seafood preparations, ranging from oysters on the half-shell to classic ceviche mixto marinated in tomato and citrus. Crispy fish tacos, spicy boiled crab legs and shrimp, and fried seafood baskets are also on offer. There’s also a short list of cocktails, including coconut mojitos and frozen margaritas, all priced under $10.

The Bishop Arts District’s newest seafood hotspot is now open Monday through Thursday from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m., Friday and Saturday from 11 a.m to 12 a.m., and Sunday from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m.