Sam Mink, the owner of Oyster House, will also be offering a $5 lobster roll slider, a mini version of the regular lobster roll, all day until supplies run out.
Here are some of the best buck-a-shuck and oyster happy hours in Philadelphia.
This week on “What’s Cooking,” Hadas Kuznits reports on an ice cream store’s plans for April Fool’s Day and a center city shellfish bar’s upcoming oyster-shucking contest. (Amateurs invited!)
Get a taste of the sea in Philadelphia. From fresh fish to the best crustaceans, the city has plenty to offer to all seafood lovers.
Step away from the canned soups at your grocery store and let Philly’s chefs show you how soup is done.
Instead of throwing the shells in the trash, they are placed in bins and picked up by a nonprofit, New Jersey-based environmental group, the BaySave Foundation.
Check out Philly’s top spots for mussels.
As boaters and guests start a new season on the water, US Coast Guard veterans provide some hard-won safety tips.
If a special event brings you to center city Philadelphia, why not make a night and day of it?
The key to a great raw bar? It’s all in the shucking. Let me tell you about a few of my favorites, near and far.
In Philadelphia, there are literally hundreds of taverns with happy hours from which to choose. Here are some of the best.
And the deal isn’t being offered just because of the frigid temps: January 23rd is actually National New England Clam Chowder Day.
Hadas Kuznits reports on a new farm stand featuring fresh lamb opening in Reading Terminal Market, a new Conshohocken restaurant, and a way to learn everything you’d want to know about oysters.
There are few restaurants here that even seek to try their hand at lobster rolls, but we’ve tasted a couple in the Delaware Valley that don’t disappoint -– and might even make Maine “Down Easters” do a double-take!
Whether your palette fancies a fine fillet of grilled fish, a succulent lobster tail or a tin box of delicious oysters, Philly’s selection of seafood restaurants can satisfy your soul.