What March Means at Rodney’s:
LIVE Golden Alaskan King Crab has arrived in the Oyster House. These crabs take two flights to get to us from Juno, Alaska. Truly seasonal and truly unique in flavour. Fresh King Crab tastes nothing like the frozen crab legs you have have enjoyed in the past. Crank up the sweetness, crank up the overall flavour, this will be the best crab you can eat. Crabs are coming in between 8 and 11 pounds per crab, which will serve 4-6 guests an incredible dinner. Best way to organize would be be to plan your visit, give Bronwen a call at 416-363-8105 ext. 22 to let her know that you’d like to book a crab. $78 per pound, it’s not something you’ll eat every day, but we all feel this crab delivers on flavour and the WOW experience.
UPCOMING Oyster 101 Session @ The Oyster House on Saturday, March 28th, 1 pm. We started hosting these events at the beginning of the year and people want more! So we’re making another one happen. Book a couple seats at the bar to learn everything you wanted to know about Oysters with World Champion Oyster Shucker, Eamon Clark. Seats are $65 (plus taxes and gratuity) and can be booked with Elise 416-363-8105 ext. 22 or email@example.com
Kelly Gigas Oysters are arriving March 12th from Galway, Ireland. St. Patrick’s Day makes us ask the question; why not get a few Irish Oysters to play around with.
That’s it that’s all! Come on down for a visit and we will fill your belly with bivalves and other offerings from the Sea.