Where to Get Your Oyster Fix on Long Island


We selected just a few of the best places to get oysters on Long Island.

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Want to know some of the best places to get your oyster fix on Long Island? You’ve come to the right place. Whether you’re digging up some fun happy hour offerings that you can slurp by the dozen without breaking the bank or seeking out a fine dining experience, we’ve got you covered. Did we miss your favorite? Let us know.


The Blue

Where: Islip

What: Oysters and platters

When: Daily

Why: Great ambiance.

How Much: $29 chef selection of 12, Bar menu offers $16 half dozen Blue Point Oysters.


Old Fields

Where: Port Jefferson & Greenlawn

What: Oyster Happy Hour

When: Daily 5-6

Why: Who doesn’t want oysters for a dollar?

How Much: $1 Blue Point Oysters Oysters


The Steamroom

Where: Port Jefferson

What: Oyster App

When: Daily

Why: Good location downtown Port Jefferson

How Much: $12 for half dozen local oysters


Jerry and the Mermaid

Where: Riverhead

What: Oyster App

When: Daily 

Why: Nautical themed restaurant near the Riverhead Aquarium

How Much: $14.95 for half-dozen "Wild" Blue Point Oysters



Where: West Sayville

What: Raw Bar

When: Daily

Why: Described as scenic place to dine with friends and family. Beautiful views.

How much: $20 for full dozen local oysters



Anchor Down

Where: Merrick

What: Happy Hour Special

When: Mon - Fri 4:30-7pm

Why: Fantastic reviews online. Described as authentic seafood.

How Much: $2 Oysters


Top Hat Oyster Bar & French Quarter Kitchen

Where: Bellmore

What: Various styles of oysters including raw

When: Daily

Why: Louisiana style. Oysters described as “outstanding and as good as anything I've had at Acme in the [French] Quarter.”

How Much: Varies but happy hour says half priced oyster selection.


Salt & Barrel

Where: Bay Shore

What: Oyster Bar

When: Daily (Closed Tuesday)

Why: Reviewers said this is “the true culture of South Shore Long Island and welcomes all with a sophisticated cocktail, brunch/dinner, and raw bar menu.”

How Much: Not listed


Westhampton Raw Bar & Seafood Market

Where: Westhampton

What: Raw Bar

When: Daily

Why: Fresh seafood and friendly service. On the water.

How Much: $14 half dozen oysters



Canterbury’s Oyster Bar and Grill

Where: Oyster Bay

What: Many styles of oysters served from lunch to late night.

When: Daily

Why: Described as “warm, cozy, and friendly.” Lots of local beer on tap too.

How Much: Prices vary.


Prime: An American Kitchen and Bar

Where: Huntington 

What: Many raw oysters to choose from.

When: Daily

Why: Views of Huntington Bay. Boat access. Great for romantic date night or special night out with the family.

How Much: No prices listed


Lulu Kitchen & Bar

Where: Sag Harbor

What: Oysters at the bar

When: Daily happy hour from 5 to 6:30pm

Why: Can’t go wrong with $1 oysters. Great vibe. (Also drink specials during happy hour)

How Much: $1 each


Catch Oyster Bar

Where: Patchogue

What: Oysters

When: Happy hour Mon - Fri from 3-6:30pm

Why: Great extended happy hour.

How Much: $1.25 each



Peter's Clam Bar

Where: Island Park

What: Blue Point Oysters

When: Daily

Why: Casual seafood spot on the water with outside seating.

How Much: $11 Half dozen, $21 Dozen


The Clubhouse

Where: Bellmore

What: Blue Point Oysters

When: Daily

Why: Fun, casual place. Outdoor seating with a sandy Caribbean feel and on the water.

How Much: $12 half dozen, $21 dozen