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herbert1 Sep 25, 2008 12:26 PM

Any recommendations other than Lee and Ricks for Oysters on the half shell?

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    5280girl Sep 25, 2008 12:50 PM

    Lombardi's Seafood Market has great apalachicola oysters. I know it is not a restaurant, but if you are willing to do the dirty work your self they are great and cheap!
    1152 Harmon Ave
    Winter Park, FL 32789-4994
    Phone: (407) 628-3474

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      mmuch Sep 25, 2008 01:19 PM

      I used to really enjoy the ones at Mccormick and Schmidt.-I can't even recall if that restaurant is still there. It's a bit pricey, but delicious oysters...

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        mountdorahound Sep 26, 2008 07:01 AM

        had the best oysters rockefeller at the frosty mug her in Mt dora. They aren't usually on the menu so gettem while they last. I think it's the sauce served with them that totally rocks!

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        applecore2000 Nov 7, 2008 09:53 AM

        I think the Thirsty Gator in Winter Park has the best oysters I have tasted in Orlando. They are constantly shucking so they are fresh and its normally 50 cents an oyster so by far the cheapest I have found. I believe their website is www.thirstygator.com if you need to find them.

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          melpadilla Nov 7, 2008 12:30 PM

          I agree with the Thirsty Gator. Its a hole in the wall, but I guess that's part of the charm. Great Rock Shrimp as well.

          The Ale House has decent oysters as well that are resonably priced.

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            Scott Joseph Nov 9, 2008 03:58 PM

            The Oceanaire Seafood Room at Pointe Orlando has a good cold seafood bar that includes oysters. Cityfish in Thornton Park features east and west coast 'sters, too.

            Scott
            www.scottjosephorlando.com

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