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JFK ate here...

  …Daniel Webster did too–plus so many others.  The Union Oyster House in the heart of Boston’s north end is an institution.  The chowder is thick and tasty, the oysters are fresh and glistening, the grilled oysters are hot and tangy, and the beer is icy cold and plentiful.   168 more words

Boston

On The Half-Shell

Our fine dining restaurant on property, Kimball’s Kitchen, is the home of a painstakingly chosen selection of locally sourced oysters to showcase on their menu. Our oyster fixtures are all from various places in Virginia: Hog Island, Topping, Gloucester, and Virginia Beach. 273 more words

Sanderling Culinary

Oysters in Cancale

Cancale is a little fishing village between Saint Malo and Mont Saint Michel, at the Bay of Mont Saint Michel. Although the village offers a nice beach and great sailing and water sports opportunities, there is one main reason to visit Cancale: Oysters. 233 more words

Traveling In Europe

Wooli part 5… Mongrel Oysters Kilpatrick

Mongrel Oysters Kilpatrick

Wooli may not be home to hipster cafes or trendy restaurants. In fact it’s sole café is only open, and I quote the guy out the front with the sea farers moustache, “Thursdy through Sundy” (I’m pretty sure that guy does the opening hours for the café and restaurant and oyster farm because no one seems to stick to a time table around here), and it’s only restaurant is at the lawn bowls club, operates out of a 2×4 rabbit hutch of a designated service window in a darkened corner of said club, and is named, like all good Aussie-Chinese restaurants should be, Harry’s Chinese Restaurant. 515 more words

Food

Work For Your Food - Oyster Edition

If the opportunity ever presents itself, take the time to see where your food comes from. In this case, I’m talking about oysters, the delicious aphrodisiac that adorns happy hour menus from Boston to San Francisco. 431 more words

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