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Oyster Crawl in Long Island


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Oyster Crawl in Long Island

BigAppleEater | Sep 21, 2009 07:04 PM

Hi everyone,

So I've been reading a lot about oysters and want to take a trip out to Long Island to try some from the source. I've been told that fine oysters can be found in Long Island’s East End: Peconic Bay, Noyac Bay, and Gardiner’s Bay, North Fork, Mecox Bay, Pipe’s Cove and Saddle Rock. But I'm having a hard time finding exact places to go to eat the damn thing. I searched chowhound as well as google and only came up with the growers themselves and at best frisky oyster in greenport.

I guess I'm looking for actual places like a shack, a bar, a restaurants that serve Long Island oysters in those areas mentioned above (particularly North Fork). I know there's an Oyster Fest out there in October but would rather avoid the crowd.


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