5 Places to Celebrate National Oyster Day August 5th

Spend National Oyster Day August 5 at these Palm Beach County Seafood Eateries serving up some of the best oysters in the area.

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City Oyster

This beloved resto on Atlantic Avenue is celebrating National Oyster Day the right way: by gifting guests a complimentary glass of champagne with every order of a dozen oysters. City Oyster offers an array of oysters soured from the East and West Coast, with a regularly rotating menu. Enjoy oysters on the half, oysters casino, oysters Rockefeller, and other seafood delicacies in this buzzy location on the Ave. Delray Beach

Spoto’s Oyster Bar

There’s no need to travel to the Long Island Sound for freshly shucked Blue Point oysters with an authentic oyster bar like Spoto’s in our backyard. This delicious spot offers a variety of oyster types and dishes, such as Cotuit oysters, Asian oysters, and Baked Brie oysters, served with champagne cream dill sauce. Palm Beach Gardens

PB Catch

The atmosphere of PB Catch is elegant and nautical, and the raw bar does not disappoint. Celebrate the holiday by feasting on a number of oyster options – Blue Point, Popponesset, Pearl Point, Belon, French Kiss, and more. Treat yourself to the oyster sampler to taste more than one type, or splurge on the Catch Platter for an assortment of seafood bites. Best of all, oysters are two-for-one all night on August 5. Palm Beach

Loch Bar

This authentic seafood spot in Mizner Park serves shellfish towers packed with the chef’s selection of various seafood, such as clams, mussels, and a highly robust selection of east and west coast oysters. Enjoy your oysters in this upscale setting and sip on a whiskey chosen from one of the most expansive whiskey menus in the area. Boca Raton

Chowder Heads

New England is closer than you think thanks to this casual haven for seafood lovers who crave the freshest of fish, shellfish, and of course, oysters. Whether you just go for raw or fried oysters, or decide to linger a bit longer for entrees like lobster, crab cakes, and stuffed shrimp, Chowder Heads is a spot you cannot miss on August 5. Jupiter


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