Ella’s is a casual seafood spot on the busiest part of Calle Ocho. The seafood options here range from ceviche to oysters to sushi. It’s a fine place to come if you happen to be in a seafood mood (although, if that’s the case, La Camaronera is worth the drive). They do a pretty nice weekday Happy Hour too.
Ella’s Oyster Bar is permanently closed.
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