Love Oyster Bar at Palace Station? Now there’s a second location of the insanely popular restaurant that typically has hourlong waits. The new Santa Fe Station location has seating for 25 guests in a small, open space that feel like a stop at a San Francisco Pier oyster bar with the walls bathed in blue. A raw bar features the rotating selection of fresh seafood, such as Alaskan king crab legs, colossal lobster tail, New Zealand mussels, littleneck clams, loup de mer, shrimp and, of course, a variety of oysters. The L-shaped bar gives every guest a prime view of the chefs, including Louisiana native Megan Estoup heading up the kitchen, as the cook up the dishes in this open kitchen with interactive dining. Unlike the Palace Station location, Santa Fe Station has a few tables as well for guests who want to get away from the kitchen. Go ahead and take a look around.