You can get fresh shucked oysters at Richard Haward in the market, and you’re going to want to do that. Grab a seat and order up a few along with a chilled glass of wine. For feeling like a baller on the cheap, this is pretty much unbeatable - just don’t take a date here if you’ve promised them a slap-up seafood meal.
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