While raw bars have blown up around town, the cooked-oyster dish hasn’t necessarily seen the same resurgence of popularity. But even if they aren’t a menu must-have, warm oysters are still popping up at places like Narcissa, Extra Fancy, Empire Diner, and Dover. Whether you like them baked, fried, broiled, or served with corn-bread stuffing, Grub has you covered with these ten excellent hot-oyster dishes.
John Fraser bakes oysters, and then tops them with truffle-bonito butter, melted cabbage, and breadcrumbs.
At Mike Price’s new restaurant, he makes a modern version of oysters Rockefeller with absinthe, green onion, and cracker crumbs.
This Williamsburg seafood restaurant, which just named Sean Telo as the new executive chef, serves roasted oysters with corn-bread stuffing.
Wood-grilled oysters with pickles and black pepper are as warm and comforting as this Prospect Heights favorite.
Michael’s White newest restaurant offers cauliflower soup with crispy oysters, sturgeon caviar, and crema fresca.
At this new Clinton Hill restaurant, you’ll find roasted oysters simply prepared with maître d’butter.
This southern restaurant serves hay-roasted oysters with salsify and pickled shallots.
Amanda Freitag’s cooking a new-look oyster pan roast with pork belly, poached oysters, potatoes, and, best of all, a slice of toasted pumpernickel bread.