Guests will wait in line for up to an hour just to claim one of the 18 seats at The Oyster Bar, the live-action, 24-hour joint at Palace Station. The restaurant that’s been shucking up dishes since 1995 features a look straight from Fisherman’s Wharf in San Francisco with marble-lined back walls and granite countertops. And the chefs there will customize your order whether it’s chowders, pan roasts, gumbos, jambalaya, bouillabaisse or raw oysters at a heat level from one to 10. The most popular item is the pan roast, sautéed with brandy, cream and tomato atop steamed rice. Try the Palace pan roast with shrimp, crab, chicken and Andouille sausage, or keep it simple with any one of those ingredients. Or order Ciopinno with snow crab, clams, shrimp, scallops, squid, mussels and fish, or go for a Creole gumbo. See the restaurant in action here. And find out about the first 20 years of the restaurant here.