pochejp LSU Fan Gonzales, Louisiana Member since Jan 2007 6037 posts
re: Cheapest raw oysters in Baton Rouge? (Posted on 3/28/13 at 3:33 pm to Trout Bandit)
When did you decide to leave the paradise of AP and venture across the border to the big city of BR??
I kid. I had some for happy hour on a Friday that were small and then I went for lunch the next day and paid full price and they were huge. Then the next day I had some for happy hour they were small again. Coincidence?? I think not. I've noticed this occurrence a few times in the past.
I wouldn't post up trolling bull shite just to flame up the infallible F&D board.
I am a regular customer of Chimes. I go three to four times a week. Know all the bartenders and shuckers pretty well. I have never seen such practices of choosing small oysters during happy hour. I have sat right in front of the shuckers an a many occasion and its just chance of the grab. IT maybe true but I just don't see it. In fact i'll be there this afternoon with friends, i'll keep an eye out for curiosity sake to see if they do grade them. One thing I do wish they did was put oysters on an ice bed on the tray.
And by the way I grew up in BR about a mile from Chimes East as the crow flies.. Probably lived there longer than you have unfortunately.
chesty New Orleans Pelicans Fan BR Member since Oct 2012 3014 posts
re: Cheapest raw oysters in Baton Rouge? (Posted on 3/29/13 at 6:01 pm to Trout Bandit)
Yeah because they have specifically labeled sizes of oysters in different sacks for happy hour and non happy hour at chimes. Gtfo of here with that nonsense, I have shucked enough oysters over there to tell you that's false