Tuesday, April 17, 2012


If you're going to try oysters, you might as well try them for the first time in a restaurant called Ye Olde Union Oyster House. And since it is in Boston, MA and has an "e" at the end of old, it is a dead giveaway that where you are is "historical".  Back in the day, when I was young and working for a major airline, this restaurant was where I tried my first oyster. Like sex, which oyster consumption is said to enhance, I didn't like it much at first, but have since grown to love both.

Boston is a city rich is American history and the oldest restaurant in our country (est. 1826) happens to reside there. It is also the only restaurant that doubles as a national historic landmark. Pretty cool. The Union Oyster House is always bustling as tourists and locals flock there for the oysters, lobster, chowder and a damn good time.

 H/T: Luxlyfe

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