This summer at Oyster House Wednesday evenings mean steamed lobster dinner and Saturday afternoons equal a decadent fish fry. (Photo courtesy Oyster House)
Summer is serious business at Oyster House, with two new special meal deals to keep seafood (and booze) lovers appeased.
The Punch-Drunk Brunch, held Saturdays during brunch hours (11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.) is an $18 all-you-can-drink jam.
On offer and included with any entrée are the excellent Bloody Caesar (a horseradish and clam-juice spiked Bloody Mary) and the House’s array of colorfully named punches including Mother’s Ruin with gin, grapefruit juice, black tea and cinnamon-infused vermouth and the Bootsy Collins, lemon-dill gin with Pimms and rosemary lemonade.
Meanwhile, the seafood haven’s Wednesday night Twin Lobster Dinner special starts again this week. Love lobster? Make a reservation now.
Revived from summers past, the $26 special includes two one-pound Maine lobsters fresh out of the water, with local corn on the cob and drawn butter.
Can anyone possibly argue with $26 for two lobsters? That leaves more than enough cash flow for next Saturday’s brunch.
Oyster House Summer Specials
When: Punch-Drunk Brunch, Saturdays, 11:30 a.m.-3 p.m.; Twin Lobster Dinners, Wednesdays through the end of August
Where: Oyster House, 1516 Sansom Street
Cost: Punch-Drunk Brunch, $18; Twin Lobster Dinner, $26
More info: www.oysterhousephilly.com