Owner Roger Post is bringing a hefty lineup of oysters to the sponge docks.
Post says that diners can expect a heavy focus on oysters, obviously. “We’ll have steamed, raw, fried, grilled, as well as specialty oysters like blue cheese and Oysters Rockefeller.”
If you’re not familiar with Oysters Rockefeller, the dish consists of oysters on the half-shell that have been topped with a rich sauce of butter, parsley and bread crumbs, then baked or broiled.
And don’t worry, if you’re not ready to dive in headfirst to seafood eats, there are also chicken and steak dishes for land lovers.
The resto is also set to host a full bar so you can have a dirty martini alongside your plate full of fresh oysters. Or maybe a shot of whiskey as some liquid courage if you’re just being introduced to the mollusk.
When you sit down for a meal at Morgan Mae's Oyster House, we promise to offer you a tasty, high-quality meal that you can enjoy with friends and family.
Cutting corners is not an option at Morgan Mae's Oyster House. We do everything as thoroughly as we can, from the beginning to the end. No excuses and no shortcuts allowed.
Along with our food, Morgan Mae's Oyster House also offers amazing drinks that will quench your thirst. We offer both alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages.