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Valentine’s Day

We’ve got a great menu, and we’re booking up fast. Here’s what we’re cooking on the 14th (along with our regular dinner offerings, and some triffic Oysters):



Saffron chili Lobster bisque $10cup $15bowl


Razor clam and oyster ceviche $21

Razor clams , oysters, lime, aji Amarillo, onions, cilantro, avocado, cuzco corn, cancha, and sweet potato

Spicy tuna tartare $18

Yellowfin Tuna, onions, cucumber, sushi rice, avocado, nori, spicy aioli and crispy wontons


Seafood Grill $32

Grilled NS Halibut and Point Judith, RI Calamari, charred carrots, rapini, pickled beets, and celeriac puree, topped with a charred shimp lemon butter sauce

Georges Bank U10 scallops $32

Pan-seared miso glazed MA Scallops, sautéed bok choy, snap peas, pearl onions, bell peppers and pickled mushrooms


Chocolate explosion $10

Chocolate sour cream ice cream, warm chocolate sponge, chocolate dipped strawberries, bourbon salted chocolate caramel

Monkeys eating Oysters etching

Keep it sexy, Kittens…



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This Holiday, we'll be open til 2PM on the 24th of December(takeout til 3), and back at it on the 27th. Closed again on the 1st and 2nd. Welcome to 2017!


11:30 am – 10 pm | Oysters 'til 11 pm


11:30 am – 10 pm | Oysters 'til 11 pm


11:30 am – 11 pm | Oysters 'till 12 am


11:30 am – 11 pm | Oysters 'till 12 am


11:30 – 12 am | Oysters 'til 1 am


11:30 – 12 am | Oysters 'til 1 am

Closed Sundays


Catering, like oysters, is in our blood.

Long before Rodney “The Oysterman” opened his first restaurant, he brought the magic of the mollusk to Upper Canadians in their homes and at their events. Good shellfish, prepared simply and knowledgeably, and served with Maritime hospitality were the cornerstones of this catering business – and these values still hold true today

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