MAMARONECK, N.Y. -- Good things -- like oysters and one tiny Mamaroneck restaurant that sells them -- come in small packages, according to a review in The New York Times.
While the décor may not be awe-inspiring at the Northeast Oyster Company, a 10-seat spot on the village’s main drag, its shellfish are -- satisfied customers have been known to praise the purveyors of the saltwater treat (as they wipe horseradish and mignonette sauces off their chins) as the real deal, according to The New York Times’ review.
The print version of the review is to appear in the Times' this Sunday.
According to the restaurant's website, oysters are $2.25 apiece and, at the moment, come from places like Rhode Island and Prince Edward Island. Northeast also sells wine, artisanal cheeses, shrimp ... and little neck clams.
The Northeast Oyster Company is located at 152 Mamaroneck Ave. For more information, call (914) 304-3313, or visit its website at northeastoystercompany.com.
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