Celebrate OysterFest At Fish City Grill With Oyster Eating Contest

by Jerry Stewart

As part of OysterFest 2012, Fish City Grill is hosting the third annual oyster eating contest benefiting the March of Dimes. But you don’t have to compete to enjoy the festivities. All oyster lovers are invited to Fish City Grill on April 29th for a free event featuring live music, beer, crawfish and lots of oysters. Attendees can snack on featured oysters including:   

· Oysters Newberg – Gulf Coast oysters with crimini mushrooms and sherry garlic cream sauce topped with parmesan and green onions.
· Baked Oyster Rockefeller – Gulf Coast oysters topped with spinach, smoked bacon, Pernod and parmesan
· Black and Blue Oysters – Gulf Coast oysters blackened and lightly fried, tossed in a spicy blue cheese sauce and topped with creamy bleu cheese crumbles
· Fried Louisiana Oyster Po’ Boy – Lightly fried oysters with Creole mayonnaise, lettuce, tomatoes, onion, pickles and shoe-string fries
· Daily selection of East Coast oysters on ice
· Chargrilled oysters – Served with lemon pepper, Louisiana-style or Chipotle

Ambitious attendees are encouraged to compete in teams of four for a chance to win fun prizes – including a three-day, two-night trip to New Orleans – and serious bragging rights. To compete, simply visit your local Fish City Grill and ask for a registration form. All applications must be received before happy hour begins on Friday, April 27th.

Oyster eating contest begins at 3:00 p.m. Sunday, April 29, 2012.. Contestant check-in is at 2:00 p.m. and festivities will continue after the contest.

CraveDFW’s editor Steven Doyle will be the emcee for the event, so come check this out.

Fish City Grill
10720 Preston Road #2012
Dallas, TX 75230

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