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10 Best Places To Get Oysters In Ottawa

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10 Best Places To Get Oysters In Ottawa

If you love seafood, then you're most likely an oyster lover. They're always fresh, fun to eat and have such a unique taste that you can't satisfy that craving anywhere else.

Ottawa has such great and underrated seafood restaurants, and so many of them have unreal oysters. They range in price, but just because they're a dollar a piece at one restaurant and 3 dollars at another truly doesn't matter. No matter how they're prepared, they're every seafood lovers dream food. So here are 10 best places to get oysters in Ottawa!

READ MORE: 8 Great Ottawa Spots You Need To Take A Date If They Love Lobster

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1. The Whalesbone Oyster House // Multiple Locations

Price: 12 for $35 / 18 for $50

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2. The Shore Club // 11 Colonel By Drive

Price: $4 each or Oysters Rockefeller for $12

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3. Elmdale House Tavern // 1084 Wellington Street West

Price: 12 for $35 / 18 for $50

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4. The Savoy Brasserie // 334 Richmond Road

Price: $1.00 each

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5. The Fish Market Restaurant // 54 York Street

Price: $2.99 each / $16.99 Half dozen / $32.99 Full dozen

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6. Pelican Market and Grill // 1500 Bank Street

Price: $2 each

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7. Supply and Demand // 1335 Wellington Street West

Price: $2.00 each

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8. Metropolitain Brasserie // 700 Sussex Drive

Price: $1.50 during Hill Hour which is Monday to Friday 4pm to 7pm / 9:30pm to close

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9. Big Easy's // 228 Preston Street

Price: $16 Half dozen / $46 Tasting platter

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10. Restaurant 18 // 18 York Street

Price: $19 Half dozen / $36 Dozen

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