Posts Tagged ‘East Hampton’

Dancing into the Sunet with Oysters...Andrra, East Hampton

Despite the less then optimal weather conditions on our horizon memorial day weekend, we still boarded the train last Friday heading east bound. Rain or shine, there was no other way to unofficially kick off Summer 2013 then with a few days in the Hamptons and a whole lot of […]

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The Happy Oysters out East...Andrra, East Hampton

If last week’s refurbishing of our weekly shucks wasn’t indication enough, we’ve been feeling happy happy lately. Something about a warm summer day that necessitates cold freshly shucked oysters, and whole lot of them. Although we do favor an occasional splurge on the cream of the crop with our dear […]

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Euro Cup 2012 Kick Off...With Clams in East Hampton

Besides the fall Saturday ritual of watching the University of Michigan Wolverines playing for a victorious denouncement, only two other events deliver the equivalent athletic craze.  Each happens every four years, with a two-year hiatus between one and the other, and always in a different country. No, we are not […]

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Oysters, Steamers & Lobster Rolls...A Hamptons Birthday Review

In a full throttle birthday celebration weekend, we took on our favorite East End spots to bring you a full review of the best places for cold freshly shucked clams, piping hot steamers, chunky lobster rolls and of course a few oysters. With the special occasion calling some serious crustacean […]

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An Early Start...Oysters at Clam Bar, Napeaque

Although our original holiday weekend plans did not entail a trip out East, the beautiful weather, and a slight adjustment to the itinerary, brought us to our favorite road side slurping destination this past Sunday. One of the few places as eager as us to kick off the Summer 2012 […]

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An Oysterblog Superbowl Special...Baked Blue Points

Although we always prefer our oysters in their birthday suites, minus perhaps for the occasional slight squirt of a lemon, all the various preparations and recipes out there can be intriguing. We have thrown them on the grill before, and have even ordered them cooked in restaurants, but never have […]

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A Lovely Day of Oysters, Scallops & a Wolverine Victory against the Buckeyes

It all began on November 22, 1969 when two coaches faced each other for the very first time. Bo Schembechler led The University of Michigan Wolverines to victory against Woody Hayes of the Ohio State Buckeyes, commencing a 10 year war and creating what would later be deemed as the […]

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Apples, Pumpkins, and Oysters in East Hampton...9/30 Weekend

The summer officially behind us, we welcomed fall in East Hampton this past weekend. The hushed streets free of seasonal visitors were now covered with fallen leaves, and the ocean air had changed to a pleasantly crisp cool temperature. With the hustle and bustle of the warmer months a distant […]

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Running and Shucking Oysters in East Hampton...9/24 Weekend

As new residents of East Hampton, we decided to participate in the 5th annual Hamptons Marathon and Half Marathon. This would be a group effort, of course. One of us would be doing the running, and the other would be doing the post marathon oyster shucking. Being that only one […]

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An Almost Fall Weekend with Oysters...East Hampton

Not quite ready to say goodbye to summer, we packed our trolley suitecases, and headed out East for another beautiful weekend in the Hamptons. Although hopes were high for a few days of sunshine and sunbathing on the beach, the alternative of rolled up jeans, as we walked along the […]

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