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We’d recommend pairing Strange Bird’s oysters with one of its many rum cocktails.

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Seek and you shell find a number of tasty oyster spots around the Circle City. We’re sharing our top picks you’re shore to love.

For the experience

Gallery Pastry, 16th Street and Pennsylvania Street locations | Pair these bivalves with a dessert board or an order of fries with truffle aoli.

Rick’s Café Boatyard, 4050 Dandy Trail | Have your oysters with a view of Eagle Creek Reservoir. Plus, check out Rick’s new brunch menu if you stop by on Sunday.

Raw Bar by Slapfish, 339 Mass Ave. | This oyster menu changes constantly so you can keep things fresh.

For an oyster deal

Kan-Kan Brasserie, 1258 Windsor St. | On Sundays from 4-6 p.m., stop by this movie theater and restaurant hybrid for fresh shucked $1 oysters, mignonette, house marinara, and lemon.

Blupoint Oyster House, 5858 N. College Ave. | Head to Broad Ripple for Blupoint’s $2 Tuesdays. The restaurant offers six varieties rotating from a pretty extensive list.

Strange Bird, 128 S. Audubon Rd. | Stay in the loop on half-price “happy hours” on Strange Bird’s Instagram. Plus, sign up for an oyster class on Wednesday, Dec. 14.

Bocca, 122 E. 22nd St. | $1 oysters and half-off Prosecco, anyone? Make a reservation for any Monday (excluding holidays) to get this deal.

For a fresh take

Tinker Street, 402 E. 16th St. | Stop by this local favorite for miso-broiled or raw oysters with pickled aji pineapple pepper, pickled apple pearls, crystallized ginger and cranberry.

Beholder, 1844 E. 10th St. | These Pink Moon oysters come with a unique ginger lime mignonette.

Caplinger’s Fresh Catch, several locations | Get those bivalves breaded and fried or in a po’boy with lettuce, onion, pickle, and tomato.

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