National Oyster Day an Aphrodisiac for the Foodies
LAS VEGAS (MainStreet) -- On Sunday "The world is your oyster" took on a whole new meaning; it was National Oyster Day, and the country has become a sea of opportunities for one of the most well-known and best aphrodisiac cuisines.
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Oysters are also one of the most nutritious foods thought to enhance the libido. To please your palate while keeping you healthy, TravelsinTaste has rounded up some most tantalizing oyster offerings from the West Coast to the East and lets you know where to find them:
Starting with the West Coast in the heart of San Diego's downtown Gaslamp Quarter, Donovan's Prime Seafood features a world-class oyster bar and many oyster-inspired dishes, including a fried oyster salad with spinach, arugula, bacon, red onion, tomato and blue cheese vinaigrette; Blue Point steamed oysters with white wine, garlic, organic lemon and butter; and the oyster po' boy sandwich with bibb lettuce, pickle relish and a Cajun aioli. The city's newest dining hotspot, Katsuya by Starck San Diego, is known for its cutting-edge flavors and design, with its piece de resistance being an extensive robata menu with oysters served a la carte. Skewered and grilled on the hot grill, this unique presentation provides for an out of the ordinary dining experience.