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More than 70,000 acres of shellfish farms are cultivated in Connecticut’s coastal waters, harvesting over 200,000 bushels of oysters from Long Island Sound and Fisher’s Island Sound every year. With an outstanding reputation for quality and an outstanding safety record, the Connecticut oyster industry delivers fresh fish to restaurants and markets around the state.
Featuring: Litchfield Saltwater Grille | Max's Oyster Bar | Oyster Club | Ripka's Beach Cafe | S&P Oyster Co. | Shell & Bones Oyster Bar & Grill | Water Street Cafe
Overview: You’ll find delicious fresh clams, lobsters, oysters and much more at Connecticut’s famous seafood shacks, drive-ins and joints all along the shoreline.
Featuring: Abbott's Lobster in the Rough | Bill's Seafood Restaurant | Captain Scott's Lobster Dock | City of Milford | City of New Haven | City of Norwalk | Clam Castle | Ford's Lobsters | Good News Restaurant & Bar | Litchfield Saltwater Grille | Lobster Landing | Lobster Shack | LobsterCraft | Macdaddy's Macaroni & Cheese Bar | Max's Oyster Bar | Oyster Club | Ripka's Beach Cafe | S&P Oyster Co. | Shell & Bones Oyster Bar & Grill | The Lazy Lobster Restaurant | The Place | Town of Chester | Town of Mystic | Town of Westport | Water Street Cafe | Westbrook Lobster Restaurant & Bar - Wallingford