oyster bar

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a bar (as in a restaurant) that specializes in oysters prepared in different ways

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Well, Whispers talked to Tanner last week about his plans for the legendary restaurant, prominent among them: an actual oyster bar to be located on the corner of Markham and Booker where the restaurant's offices are now.
Inside, a bar will lead down to the 30-cover restaurant area and there will be a separate oyster bar area.
Ed's Oyster Bar & Fish House opened shop some years ago in the aftermath of the extinct seafood restaurant Bozo's.
Being an oyster bar, the prime thing that must be had is white wine and with a rather wide variety the list will not disappoint.
Before opening the oyster bar, they would have had to sell those big oysters to be shucked and canned at a fraction of the price of what they could sell them to a restaurant for.
The Oyster Bar is located in a cavernous space in the lower level of Grand Central Terminal.
Caption: A lazy afternoon at Oceanside's Lighthouse Oyster Bar & Grill
(http://www.oysterbarny.com/) Grand Central Oyster Bar : In true Italian tradition, the restaurant will serve a the Feast of the Seven Fishes AaAaAeAaAaAeAeA la carte style with menu items ranging from Italian seafood sa salt cod cake over spicy Amalfi tomato sauce with broccoli rabe and Sicilian-style swordfish on Christmas Day.
The Grand Central Oyster Bar flagship restaurant continues to operate in Manhattan's Grand Central station with a franchised operation in Tokyo, Japan.
That's why we're really excited about the opening of MAINE Oyster Bar & Grill at the DoubleTree by Hilton on JBR.
We were advised to select three dishes per person, then order more later if we wanted, and to pick options we'd both enjoy because as some of the plates are prepared at the Oyster Bar and some in the main kitchen, under the watchful eye of head chef Parth Bhatt, they don't always arrive together.
The restaurant, run by brothers James and John MacCallum, who have been in the seafood sector for 30 years, includes the famous Oyster Bar and the Wee Hurrie, which won a national award in 2012 as fish and chip shop of the year .
Ma Boyle's Oyster Bar was established in 1870 at 2 Old Hall Street.
"We wanted to focus on offering memorable and contemporary dining, and focus on sustainable seafood and the oyster bar and do something a little bit different."