Beginning on Thursday, March 6th, Oyster House will be bringing back classic dishes from the Mink family’s 60+ years in the seafood business. They’ve dusted off their old school menus from Sansom Street Oyster House as well as Kelly’s on Mole in order to feature a special Throwback Thursday dish every week.
Things kick off today with Oyster Pan Roast, oysters lightly poached in a creamy tomato broth and served with blackened shrimp-buttered crostini.
Other throwbacks will include Crab Imperial, and Dockside Flounder. The full schedule of chef Brett Naylor’s Throwback Thursday plates will be announced via social media. So follow @PHLoysterhouse on Twitter and Instagram or Like them on Facebook.
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Okay, first? Best name ever.
Second? The deal ain’t bad either. On Wednesday, February 12, from 5-7pm, the Oyster House will be pouring four different versions of Yards Love Stout (classic, vanilla, chocolate and coffee) at $3 a pint, paired with the house’s buck-a-shuck oysters.
It’s really as simple as that. Get down there early, snag a spot at the bar and wear your drinking socks. It’s gonna be a good night.
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This rainy Wednesday night is the last night for Center City Sips and Oyster House’s twin lobster dinners. We’re guessing Table 31 won’t break 3,000 on their patio today. But fear not, here’s a comprehensive list of Center City Sips spots with roofs. As for Oyster House, they’re offering two one-pound lobsters and corn for $26.
Sam Mink’s four-year-old Oyster House is already renowned for its top-notch seafood, but now it’s upping its game with a Saturday Afternoon Fish Fry.
For $18, guests will enjoy a brimming bowl of cornmeal-crusted, fried seafood including: shrimp, oysters, flounder and calamari. The Fish Fry is served with fresh and fried lemons, fried green tomatoes and tartar sauce and will be offered every Saturday from 11:30 a.m. until 3 p.m. from July 13 through August 31.
For more information, or to make a reservations, give Oyster House a call at 215-567-7683.
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Oyster House’s Twin Lobster Dinners are back for the summer. Every Wednesday, beginning today, July 10th and running through August 28th, you can enjoy two steamed lobsters, as well as corn on the cob and drawn butter for just $26, a steal for the coveted shellfish and a perfect light dinner for two – or hearty feast for one.
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There are very few things in the world that make as much sense as oysters in the summertime. It’s easy math; it’s common sense; it’s comfort and splendor at the same time. Oyster House on Sansom is ready for summer.
If you go for happy hour, you’ll get $1 oysters, $3 drafts (PBC Kenzinger), $3 shooters, and $5 cocktails (Brickhouse Punch). And that’s all well and good, but sometimes, when you’re feeling good, and life’s finally got your back, spending some time and money on better oysters and better drinks will really set you free. Oyster House has a new cocktail list, and pairing their liquor with the ocean liquor is the best way to take advantage of everything that makes the sea-to-land experience such a beautiful indulgence.
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Last week we told you about the restaurants that added soft shell crabs to their menu. Now, soft-shell season has really heated up. A number of area restaurants have added the tasty summer treat to their menus.
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The annual Rittenhouse Row Spring Festival is this Saturday, May 18, from 12 p.m. to 5 p.m.. The festival extends from Walnut Street from Broad to 19th and on 18th Street, from Locust to Sansom. Over 40 of the areas best restaurants will be serving up their cuisine for your enjoyment at an affordable price. Some highlights of the participating restaurants include a. Kitchen, Barclay Prime, Continental Mid-town, Di Bruno Bros., El Rey, Le Bec Fin, Oyster House, Parc, Sbraga, Shake Shack, Vernick, and Village Whiskey.
If that doesn’t make you want go, maybe this will; there will be a tasting area with 20 of the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board’s Chairman’s Selection wines with a concierge and on-site store.
Other stands will offer Peroni beer, Rex Goliath wines, Cintron, and cocktails. Also, there will be cooking demonstration at 19th and Walnut courtesy of Starr Restaurants. The great food, booze, shopping, activities and weather make the Rittenhouse Row Spring Festival a can’t miss.
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Last night we were lucky enough to be invited to a Dump Dinner at Oyster House. Highly recommended.
Back in November, Oyster House owner Sam Mink added Dump Dinners to his restaurant’s offerings. It was supposed to be just a holiday thing but he’s kept it going. Available with 48-hours notice and designed for groups of six or more, the dinner is a fun way to feast. Steamed clams, mussels, Maine lobster, meguez sausage, kale and potatoes are all steamed up in a massive pot and “dumped” onto your newspaper-covered table.
The dinner is just $25 person and for an additional $15, the hungriest can add a chilled seafood raw bar sampler of oysters and clams on the half-shell. Complement the gluttony with a $20 per person all-you-can-drink option of Narrangansett pounders, house red and white wine and Oyster House’s signature Kelly’s Punch.
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