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ISO Grilled Oysters

Pegmeister Jul 14, 2009 09:18 AM

Just finished reading the latest edition of Saveur in which they had a recipe for grilled oysters that sounded devine (topped with garlic, parmsean and baby shrimp). Of course, I'm way to lazy to shuck oysters so I'm wondering where I can find some. The last place I remember having grilled oysters was at Prezza's and there version was terrific, but I'm wondering, are they on the menu someplace that I haven't thought about?

  1. okra Jul 14, 2009 11:04 AM

    I have seen this in South Carolina, etc, but can't say that I've seen them on local menus. Our Northeast oysters, to my taste, are bright and briny - perfect for slurping raw. The grilling of them should be reserved for those that need garlic, etc, to give them some taste. But, that's not what you asked.... :)

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      Buddernut Jul 14, 2009 01:05 PM

      They're on the menu at the Union Oyster House.... and for some reason, I thought a friend mentioned grilled oysters at East Coast Grill. A quick check of their web did not clarify this, but a phone call might.

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      1. re: Buddernut
        phatchris Jul 14, 2009 01:09 PM

        They used to have them on Neptunes menu,. but they weren't on it last time I ate there about a week ago.

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        Taralli Jul 14, 2009 01:46 PM

        Not oysters, but the Summer Shacks has grilled clams on their menu.

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        1. re: Taralli
          crazycrazypete Jul 20, 2009 07:26 PM

          I love those clams, and now that I found the recipe online, I grill them all the time!

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          langley Jul 14, 2009 02:30 PM

          Not sure close by, but if you're ever in P'town Lorraine's has them and they're great.

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