Parmesan, calabrian chile, butter, lemon. $14
Hog & Hominy, Memphis
Even though these oysters weren’t raw and fresh (my favorite way to have oysters), this preparation was really flavorful. I loved the texture of the wood fired oysters and its toppings. The calabrian chile was a great addition.
Cross-Town Fade cocktail – Belle Meade bourbon, fernet branca, HH tonic, lemon, ananda ipa. $12
Dozen oysters paired with a bottle of rose wine. $30
The Cavalier, San Francisco CA
Omg, I need to come for this happy hour deal more often! A dozen oysters and a bottle of rose for thrity bucks, I’m in! And these oysters were really good and tasty, yum!
Cocktail sauce, mignonette, lemon. Half dozen $20
Boxing Room, San Francisco CA
Boxing Room has since closed since I last visit, but I’m finally getting around to posting these pics. I’m kinda sad that it closed because I liked the food there, and there aren’t many good cajun/creole restaurants in The City. Anyway, I’ve already tried its replacement, Barcino, but that’s for another time.
These Fanny Bay oysters were very tasty – bright, clean, fresh, briny, and cleanly shucked. I could’ve easily eaten a dozen on my own, but didn’t want to break the bank.
Flatbread and pimento cheese. Complimentary
Rappahannock, Rochambeau, and Olde Salt oysters served with horseradish and mignonette. Happy hour, half off
Rapp Session, Richmond VA
These weren’t my favorite. They weren’t bright and briny like the West Coast oysters that I’m used too. These were on the milky side – not my thang.