Whether you’re a longtime aficionado or have been wanting to test the waters of these coastal delicacies, be sure to order one of these creative dishes from Southwest Florida’s top locales for oysters.
Local chefs offer a broad selection from traditional styles served fresh on the half shell, baked or Rockefeller to unique twists like the Tequila Oyster Rockefeller from Coconut Jack’s Waterfront Grille to chilled selections paired with caviar or champagne mignonette.
Chef’s choice served with mignonette ($18 half dozen/$36 dozen)
Chef’s choice ($42/ for Claw Bar Dozen of 13) and Oysters & Caviar with classic mignonette & creme fraiche ($81/$102)
East and West Coast oysters served on the half shell ($27-$32)
Daily selection served with cocktail sauce, cucumber-vodka mignonette and lemon ($26 half dozen/ $50 dozen)
Chef’s daily selection of 4 varietals served with a unique sauce of the day ($45/dozen) or baked oyster trio ($19)
Four oysters served fried or Rockefeller ($16)
Served fresh on the half shell or Tequila Oyster Rockefeller with spinach, bacon and Parmesan cheese sauce spiked with Jose Cuervo and topped with a thinly sliced jalapeño
Gulf oysters served fresh or steamed $12 half dozen/ $23 dozen) or traditional Oysters Rockefeller ($18)
Fresh Gulf oysters served fresh with lemon and cocktail sauce ($12.95 half dozen/ $23.95 dozen) or the new Yucatan Baked Oysters with a signature Yucatan Sauce and a creamy Manchego cheese $14.95
Blue Point and Mamma Mia’s served with horseradish, cocktail sauce and mignonette ($2.5-$3 individual/ $28-$33 dozen)
Served on the half shell with cocktail sauce, lemon, mignonette ($16 half dozen)
East Coast Oysters with champagne mignonette ($18)
Oyster Romanoff served chilled, topped with caviar, shallots and sour cream or Oysters Rockefeller ($10) and fresh Gulf oysters ($11-$19)
Fresh Gulf oysters ($12 half dozen/$24 dozen) and Blue Point oysters ($13 half dozen/$26 dozen)