Best Dallas Oyster Bars for Valentine’s Day
There is nothing sexy about an oyster when you look at it. They’re kinda ugly and slimy. Get past that and you’ll realize that you’re in the presence of an excellent aphrodisiac, a food given to us by the gods to make sure that we get rowdy this Valentine’s Day.
When planning Valentine’s Day outings, don’t overlook the best oyster bars in Dallas. These locations are excellent for couples who want to get pass the cheesy, romantic venues and get down to the nitty gritty. Toss on a bib, grad some hardware and get to shucking!
So, head out soon to these excellent Dallas restaurants for fresh oysters:
Half Shells Oyster Bar and Grill This restaurant is a favorite among Dallas residents. Half Shell’s oysters are consistently large, fresh, and delish! But that isn’t all that there is to love. You can dig into their meaty crawfish and one-of-a-kind crab cakes as well. Check in often for new deals and specials.
We should also note Fish City Grill now, Half Shell’s sister restaurant. They’ve got good oysters, too, as well as other American fare and seafood. It’s often crowded but well worth the wait.
S & D Oyster Bar The name isn’t too creative but don’t hold that against them. Perhaps it’s creative enough to have a Louisiana-style seafood restaurant in the middle of Dallas. S& D has got stellar oysters and other seafood entrees. People flock from far and wide to enjoy fare here, so come before you’re famished and can make it through the wait.
Eddie V’s is also noteworthy. It isn’t exclusively for seafood fans but their seafood selection is undeniably scrumptious!
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