Oyster Bar Brooklyn Set to Open in Park Slope at Noon on December 18

Outpost of Grand Central Oyster Bar is set to open in Brooklyn Park Slope on December 18 at 12 Noon.

Located at 256, Fifth Avenue, it is brought to Brooklyn by franchise owners Jonathan Younga longtime Brooklyn resident, and Bruce Fox.

"There will be a light fare menu for several weeks with a raw bar featuring oysters and clams on the half shell, New England clam chowder and appetizers including: shrimp cocktail, oyster shooters, smoked salmon, fried oysters, fried calamari, popcorn shrimp, fried clams, mussels, crab cake, fish tacos, caesar salad, caesar salad with shrimp or crabmeat. Sandwiches will include oyster po boy, lobster roll, fried clam sandwich, and crab cake sandwich, all served with French fries and coleslaw.  
The menu will ultimately include traditional oyster bar core recipes such as classic pan roasts, stews and chowders, with a focus on shellfish: from oysters and clams to lobster, crab and shrimp. Sixteen varieties of oysters - 8 from both the east and west coasts - will be on the menu. In addition, pasta seafood specials will be served daily. The accent will also be on local produce from area farmers’ markets."
Location will also include retail seafood market.
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