It’s no secret that oysters are a catalyst for romance. Oyster lovers enjoy this delicacy and have found their favorite spots in Norwalk, affectionately referred to as “Oyster Town” due to its deeply-rooted history as a fishing harbor and waterway. Here are some terrific places to try.
The New York Times deemed Harbor Lights in Norwalk “very good.” Order oysters from their raw bar or find them in other dishes on the menu.
With its “New School Raw Bar,” Match in South Norwalk puts a modern, creative twist on the traditional raw bar. They use local purveyors for their delicious oysters.
The Restaurant at Rowayton Seafood
Tucked next to the seafood market, The Restaurant at Rowayton Seafood offers waterfront dining and a seasonal menu. Enjoy their rotating selection of oysters on ice, in seafood platters, fried, or in warm dishes like Oysters Rockefeller.
The Spread in South Norwalk has established itself as an oyster destination! Join them on Tuesdays for $1 oysters from Bloom & Brothers, which is located in Norwalk and gets their shellfish from Long Island Sound. Oyster dishes regularly appear on their menu.
Washington Prime’s all day menu boasts a variety of oyster dishes, such as oysters by the piece, Oysters Rockefeller, and a Grand Tower of assorted shellfish.
Copps Island Oysters
Oystermen since the 1940s and operating one of the last standing traditional oyster farms in the United States, Norm Bloom and Son is a fourth generation family-owned farm that provides a high quality, consistent and sustainable product to customers nationwide.