Montana: Wild Ginger
Wild Ginger Japanese Steak House, Sushi Bar, Oyster Bar & Lounge specializes in Asian cuisine. But its oyster bar is what draws customers in with a seafood platter for two packed with shrimp, mussels, and oysters. Want a little kick with your oysters? Try a single shooter oyster in a shot glass with tequila or vodka.
Nebraska: Plank Seafood Provisions
Every Tuesday is Anchors & Oysters day at Plank Seafood. Oysters are a $1 off and you can get Anchor Steam draft beer for $4 – an offer no bivalve lover can pass up
Nevada: The Legends Oyster Bar & Grill
A native of Thailand, chef Ekasit Jarukasem, aka “Chef Jack,” has combined a full-service oyster bar and grill with a luxurious Vegas strip restaurant. Don’t be dissuaded by the location or upscale ambiance. You can get a fried oyster plate for an affordable $10.
New Hampshire: The Franklin
Since opening in 2015, The Franklin has dedicated itself to building a diverse, ever-changing, and sustainable menu based on local ingredients. Ten types of oysters are offered at the raw bar. Three varieties of grilled oysters are also available, including the Garden, with grilled corn salsa. Really hungry? Try the Shucker’s Selection, featuring mounds of oysters.
New Jersey: Asbury Park Oyster Bar
Located in historic Convention Hall along the boardwalk, Asbury Park Oyster Bar is yet another sign of the beach town’s revival. Every week, the oceanfront venue serves up a selection of oysters from Delaware Bay up to Nova Scotia, allowing guests to taste the sea while enjoying sea breezes.
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