from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An oyster-bank.
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"We've been able to deliver oysters in the shell to all our long-time, oyster-bar customers since the spill, though not always as many as they need," said Al Sunseri, president and co-owner of P&J Oyster Co. in New Orleans.
There is the older New York, with its memories of Mine Host of oyster-bar and chop-house, of culinary joys and the ghosts of viands.
They are, to put it picturesquely, like oysters at the oyster-bar, peppered and vinegared "in no time," and then swallowed by the phagocytes by the dozen.
Mme. Cibot, sometime opener of oysters at the _Cadran Bleu_, after all the adventures which come unsought to the belle of an oyster-bar, left her post for love of Cibot at the age of twenty-eight.