Eat: Oyster Bar

The day of my birthday the Hub’s surprised me by taking myself and little man out for lunch. Little Man is the adorable little two year old guy that I nanny.

We decided to take a walk to Williams Ave to see where to stop in to eat at. Obviously we wanted something kid friendly and with not too much of a wait so that I could get little man down for his nap. He can be a grumpy gus if he doesn’t get his nap on time. Our first stop had a bit of a line and rather than wait then twenty minutes we decided to check out the placed we walked by.

Our second choice had been on my radar to try for a while now, but just hadn’t got around to trying it out. Today was as good of a day as any, so we went in.

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We right away grabbed a table and I got little man out of the stroller. I sat him next to me while the Hubs sat across from us. After getting out a lot of his paraphernalia, you know, sippy cup, books, toy, we were ready to look at the menu.

I had passed Eat:Oyster Bar many times on my route to Dawson’s Park, Tidal Wave Books, and New Seasons with little man and his sister. It always looked lively and I always saw their sign out for happy hour, which I am all about a good happy hour, and kept telling the Hubs that we should go because their food always looked pretty amazing when I saw other patrons eating it. Yes, I tend to look at people’s food when I walk by. I am one of those type of creepers, lol. I see a plate of food I must look to see what it is.

After looking at the menu for a bit, we decided to get red beans & rice for little man, oyster po’boy with seasoned fries for myself, and the Hubs was still deciding on what to get for himself. I knew I also had to get an oyster shooter, because it is me and I love oysters.

The Hubs was still trying to figure out what he wanted and decided to ask our waiter what he recommended or what was his favorite thing on the menu. Nine out of ten times the Hubs always goes with the recommendation. Our waiter told him about the BBQ Shrimp and how it was a favorite of most people coming into the restaurant so the Hubs went with that.

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As we waited for our food little man asked Day’Day’, his name for the Hubs since he can’t pronounce David, to read him one of his favorite books Bob the Builder. Of course the Hubs does.

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