Downtown restaurant Chubby Fish is now offering the “$1 Oyster Hour” with locally-sourced, shucked-to-order oysters. Diners can enjoy the discounted mollusks Tuesday through Saturday from 5 pm to 6 pm.
In addition to Chef James London’s rotating selection of bivalves and raw bar selections, Oyster Hour also includes $2 Tecate and $6 glasses of Oysterman wine from French importer Frederick Corriher. The grower-made Muscadet from the Loire Valley donates a portion of proceeds from every case of wine sold to oyster bed replenishment and coastal ecology.
About Chubby Fish
Opened in June 2018, Chubby Fish is a boutique seafood concept located in the heart of Charleston’s Elliotborough neighborhood. Boasting approximately 45 seats, Chubby Fish offers fresh, sustainable seafood options to diners in a casual setting. Restaurateur Geoff Shyatt (BurgerUp! And Josephine – Nashville, TN and BoccaLupo – Atlanta, GA) and Chef James London (The Elite Café – San Francisco, CA, The Hotel on Rivington – New York, NY, NIKO – New York, NY) partners with local fisherman and farmers to showcase daily catches and Lowcountry produce. The restaurant features regional canned beers and a boutique wine list. Chubby Fish is located on the corner of Bogard and Coming Streets and is open Tuesday – Thursday 5:30 – 10:00 pm and Friday and Saturday 5:30 – 11:00 pm.
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