This was our first visit to a seafood restaurant in the northeast. in fact, this was the first time we had seen a menu that offered different varieties of oysters. We had to ask our waitress, Erin, what the difference was between the oysters and how to order them. Everyone has to learn sometime, right? And luckily Erin was very patient with us...teaching us about the brininess or sweetness of the different oysters.
We ordered a mix of briny and sweet so we could taste the difference...and what a huge difference there is! Who knew?!?! I'm now totally spoiled and won't want to eat them in Central Illinois ever again!
For our entrees, she had the white fish and I had quahog chowder, Rhode Island style. Both were excellent, but I'm pretty sure I won with with my chowder! The chunks of pancetta really made the difference.
The Oyster Club menu changes every day and it features locally sourced products. The interior is quaint and welcoming. The service is superb! This was yet another high point on our trip!
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