Jersey Shore Restaurants That Serve Fresh Oysters

Jersey Shore Restaurants That Serve Fresh Oysters

Jersey Shore Restaurants That Serve Fresh Oysters

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OystersPhiladelphia, PA - If you are looking for a Jersey Shore restaurant that serves fresh oysters, you've come to the right place.  From McLoone's Pier House in Long Branch to Dock's Oyster House in Atlantic City, there are several places to choose from. All have high standards for service and fresh oysters and are worth a try.

The Bonney Read in Asbury Park

The Bonney Read in Asbury Park is an excellent choice if you're craving seafood. This bustling nautical restaurant features a raw bar and an extensive seafood menu. The bar also offers rum cocktails and beer. The atmosphere is casual and fun. But the oysters and other seafood dishes are the real draws. The restaurant is also popular for its fresh catch. Its Raw Bar is among the best in Asbury Park and Monmouth County. Its recommended specials include the Oyster Shooter and the Ultimate Bloody Mary Mix. Each drink costs $18, and the Ultimate Bloody Mary is filled with fresh oysters, celery & bacon.

McLoone's Pier House in Long Branch

McLoone's Pier House, located by the beach, is an upscale American restaurant with a seafood menu and full bar. The ambiance is casual and relaxed, but freshness is emphasized. It is an excellent choice for a meal with family and friends. McLoone's Pier House on the Jersey Shore has a prime location on the beach. Aside from fresh oysters, the oceanfront restaurant serves classic American cuisine. The glass-enclosed interior is reminiscent of a beach house. The restaurant also boasts two bars and live entertainment. It's a great spot for Sunday brunch and private events. The outdoor seating offers stunning views of the ocean.

The Rum Runner in Sea Bright

The Rum Runner in Sea Bright, NJ, is a seafood restaurant part of McLoone's Restaurant Group. Owner Tim McLoone purchased the restaurant in 1986 and rebuilt it in October 1987. The restaurant has an extensive menu and great river views. The restaurant was also popular with Bruce Springsteen. Although the restaurant was devastated by Superstorm Sandy, it was one of the first to reopen after the storm. The restaurant offers upscale/casual fare as well as fresh oysters. The Rum Runner offers two seafood samplers. One includes a two-pound chilled lobster, six shrimp cocktails, six middle neck clams, and six blue point oysters. The sampler also comes with drawn butter, cocktail sauce, and remoulade.

Dock's Oyster House in Atlantic City

Dock's Oyster House is a traditional, upscale seafood outfit that has been in business since 1897. Its elegant dining room is complemented by piano music nightly. The ambiance is warm and inviting. Its service is attentive, and the seafood is fresh. The oyster house is family owned and operated. It offers a variety of oysters and seafood dishes for lunch and dinner. The menu is extensive and includes lobster and crabmeat. The restaurant also offers seafood-based appetizers, a daily happy hour, and a full raw bar. You can also choose from a wide selection of wines and beers.

Drifthouse by David Burke in Sea Bright

Drifthouse by David Burke is the latest culinary endeavor from celebrity chef David Burke, located in Sea Bright, New Jersey. The new restaurant will be open year-round and feature excellent views of the Atlantic Ocean and Shrewsbury River. It will also feature a private dining room and outdoor deck dining during the warmer months. Executive Chef Robert Burke leads the executive team. The Bar features panoramic views of the Atlantic Ocean, a wood stone oven, and an updated cocktail menu. Live music is also played on select nights. The bar's logo incorporates nautical compass points and a seahorse. The menu features unique interpretations of traditional dishes, focusing on fresh oysters.

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