|Photo courtesy Lure Fishbar|
National Oyster’s Day
is this coming Tuesday, March 31st. Following are some of the best
Miami and Fort Lauderdale restaurants to enjoy half shell day:
|Photo courtesy Devon Seafood + Steak|
Devon Seafood + Steak. During Happy Hour, from 4 to 8 pm, diners can
indulge in Devon’s One Buck Shuck, a daily selection of oysters on the half
shell for just $1 each. Hand-picked by Executive Chef Rod Chitikov, an array of
six different types of East and West Coast oysters will be featured including
Beau Soleil, Naked Cowboy, Katama Bay, and Malpeques. 11715 Sherri Lane, inside
The Palms at Town & Country Mall, in Kendall. (305) 275-0226.
Lure Fishbar. Celebrate at Miami Beach’s seafood hot spot with a shellfish plateau
of East and West Coast varieties or Lure’s popular dressed oyster selection.
Bi-valve enthusiasts can delight in Wiannos with pineapple salsa; Blue Points
with shallot mignonette; Kusshi with jalapeño ponzu; or Kumamotos with fresh
wasabi leaf and lemon. Loews Miami Beach Hotel at 1601 Collins Avenue. (305)
|Photo courtesy Jonathan Scott - Mignonette Miami|
Mignonette Miami. The charming, restaurant from chef-restaurateur
Danny Serfer offers a rotating variety of hand-shucked half-shells. Guests can
sidle up to the oyster counter and mix and match East and West Coast varieties
ranging from Kumamoto and Marin Miyagi to Standish Shore and Riptides.
Reservations strongly suggested. 210 NE 18th Street. (305) 374-4635.
Wild Sea Oyster Bar & Grille. James Beard acknowledged Chef Toby Joseph’s
seafood destination on buzzing Las Olas Boulevard will offer a tasty all-day
oyster special featuring seven unique varieties of East and West Coast oysters
each served with cocktail sauce, Florida citrus and a red wine mignonette for a
$1 each. While enjoying the oyster special, guests can also treat themselves to
the restaurant’s seasonal raw bar. 620 East Las Olas Blvd. in Fort Lauderdale.
| Photo courtesy Devon Seafood + Steak|
3030 Ocean. Fort Lauderdale’s critically-acclaimed oceanfront dining destination
will be toasting National Oyster on the Half Shell Day with Sebastian Salts
oysters. Guests can enjoy these succulent oysters straight from the nearby
Sebastian inlet (half dozen $15/dozen $29). 3030 Holiday Drive, at the
Marriott’s Harbor Beach Resort and Spa in Fort Lauderdale. (954) 765-3030.
Sea Level Restaurant + Ocean Bar. Also located at the Marriott’s Harbor Beach
Resort and Spa, Sea Level, the resort’s contemporary oceanfront restaurant will
feature an exclusive special from March 31st to April 14th on Executive Chef
Jason Connelly’s massive chalkboard of locally-sourced specials. Diners can enjoy
grilled oysters served with black garlic compound butter and grilled bread
(half dozen $12/dozen $20). 3030 Holiday Drive, at the Marriott’s Harbor Beach
Resort and Spa in Fort Lauderdale. (954) 765-3041
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