2022: Long Islanders Voted Peter’s Clam Bar Best Oyster Bar!
Peter’s Clam Bar
600 Long Beach Rd, Island Park
(516) 432-0505 – petersclamhouse.com
Drive up or arrive by boat. Look around and enjoy the view. There’s the bay with a field of green as a backdrop. Lobster bisque, crab legs, oysters, and paella from the varied menu at Pete’s Clam Bar never tasted so good. Fresh and terrific describe the generous platters of food. The establishment has been an old-fashioned seafood restaurant since 1940. The standard fare of baked clams, mussels scampi, lobster roll, juicy salmon, and an array of cocktails turns a dining activity into a special night out. Try a sangria pitcher with fresh fruit on a hot day. Enjoy a beautiful outdoor dining experience or stay cozy inside. Go in on a weeknight for a quiet dinner for two or invite friends to join you for a special birthday. All parties are amply accommodated. Friendly service is paramount!
2021: Long Islanders Voted Salt & Barrel Best Oyster Bar!
Salt & Barrel
61 W Main St, Bay Shore
(631) 647-8818 – saltandbarrel.com
Long Islanders can’t seem to get enough of Salt & Barrel’s oyster bar. The family-owned establishment has continued its tradition of providing the best oysters from the Great South Bay by incorporating a modern oyster bar with a hip vibe that pays homage to the history of the Bay Shore community by fusing the traditions of the past with the novelty of the future. Since 1937, Salt & Barrel has been capturing the hearts of diners by providing fresh, locally and nationally sourced oysters along with other seafood menu items like Little Neck and baked clams. As soon as you take a bite of its oysters, you’ll immediately fall in love and plan your next meal on the spot!