DELRAY BEACH – National Oysters on the Half Shell Day is March 31, so get your shuck on at City Oyster and Sushi Bar in Delray Beach.
The celebrated half-shell haven and executive chef Jordan Stilley will offer plump and juicy $1 oysters during Happy Hour, including 2-for-1 cocktails, beer, and select wine pours from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. in the bar only.
Guests who order a dozen oysters on the half shell (market price) will receive a complimentary glass of chilled prosecco.
City Oyster’s rotating oyster varieties include:
Named after a Long Island town, they are mild with subtle saltiness and pair well with traditional condiments like cocktail sauce.
These meaty bivalves are prided for their delicate flavor profile and hail from New Brunswick, Canada.
Tuck into one and enjoy sweet-and-sour brine followed by a mineral finish.
Identifiable by their thin, green shells, this pint-sized variant is big on buttery flavor.
Considered the perfect oyster by many, the meat has a mild brininess, sweet flavor, and honeydew finish.
Japanese for “precious,” these guys are known for their clean, delicate flavor.
PEI’s most famous oyster, these delicate beauties taste great with a cold beer.
These light-colored ladies from Savage Harbour, PEI started out as a joke, and tout a seriously delicious briny flavor.
So good, you'll be humming "Beyond the Sea" by the last slurp. We think Bobby Darin would approve.
City Oyster & Sushi Bar is located at 213 E. Atlantic Ave., Delray Beach. For more information, call (561) 272- 0220 or visit cityoysterdelray.com.
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