Oyster Roast

Jonathan Boncek

Oyster Roast

Whether you’re looking for a vibrant hotspot to take out-of-town guests for dinner or a few spots at the bar to grab a late bite, Pearlz has you covered. As you’d expect, it’s all about the oysters. You can get them steamed, but we recommend them served fresh on the half shell — don’t be shy. After you slurp down the first batch, ask your server for a round of oyster shooters — Absolut Peppar, spicy horseradish, black pepper, lemon, and, of course, a raw oyster. Just do it, trust us. Not in the mood for shellfish? Opt for an angus burger or crab cake sandwich. And don’t forget to check the bar menu for local craft brews on tap and cheap beer and wine specials. —Sam Spence Dish (Winter 2015)

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Casual raw bar for the serious seafood lover. Wide selection of fresh, local seafood and seasonal specials. "The great bar, succulent oysters, creative food, and proximity to the touristy section of town should keep Pearlz around for quite some time." —CP's Jeff Allen. Voted Best Oysters and Best Raw Bar by CP readers.

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Hours: Dinner
Price: $$$

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Mon, Tues, Weds, Thurs, Fri 4 pm-7 pm: $2.50 homegrown draft beers, $3 house liquors, house wine, champagne, and $5 martinis.

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