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JPR Mar 2, 2011 07:42 AM

I already have a few ideas from this board, but would like more input on best oyster places in Baltimore (with good brew would be even better)

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    edresner RE: JPR Mar 2, 2011 09:43 AM

    Ryleigh's in Federal Hill. They always have a great oyster selection and carry a variety of local and national beers. Depending on when you go (happy hour and certain nights during the week) they have great deals on their oysters.

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      JonParker RE: edresner Mar 2, 2011 09:48 AM

      Ditto Ryleigh's. They are $1 for a limited selection from 3-7 weknights. One night, and I'm not sure which, the special runs til 10 or something.

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        bmore_flavor RE: JonParker Mar 2, 2011 09:55 AM

        Mama's on the half shell in Canton Square is another option.

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      4X4 RE: JPR Mar 2, 2011 11:15 AM

      I like Faidley's raw bar. Not a great beer selection, but you can wash down your oysters with a Heineken there.

      1. crackers RE: JPR Mar 5, 2011 04:49 AM

        For variety (regional and otherwise) it's got to be Ryleighs. The rest of the menu doesn't suck either, plus, you can sit down, unlike Faidleys. If there's somewhere else in Baltimore to get west coast varieties (gigas or sikameas), I'd like to know where that might be.

        For local "flavor" - a dozen Chesapeake's at Faidleys.

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