Dump Dinner Oyster House

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dump-dinner oyster house

Oyster House is known for their buck-a-shuck oysters, but their New England Style Clam Bake Dump Dinners have become quite popular since owner Sam Mink started offering them in November. It’s quite a feast, a casual feast served on a newspaper-covered table – steamed clams, mussels, Maine lobster, merquez sausage, kale and potatoes – all for $25 per person. They are all steamed up and “dumped” onto your table.

There are some add-ons for those who think they can handle even more. For an additional $15 per person, it comes with a raw bar chilled seafood sampler: raw oysters and clams on the half shell and shrimp cocktail. Of course you will need something to wash all that seafood down with. All you can drink Narragansett pounders, house red and white wine and Oyster House’s signature Kelly’s Punch will cost you another $20 per person.

Dump Dinner Oyster House is a perfect excuse to have a night out with family or friends. Make sure you arrive with an empty stomach and give them 48-hour notice!

Dump Dinner Oyster House
When: January 1, 1970


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