Shuck– to remove the shell from an oyster. Many people do not eat seafood at home because it is a lot of work. Shucking can be intimidating and messy for the faint of heart, but here at S&B we love to get down and dirty to get to the pearl.
Salt & Barrel is excited to announce that we are OPEN!! Bar, inside and outside dining and a NEW TO GO walk up window on Main Street. Enjoy our best summer flavors like lobster rolls and frose at your favorite South Shore restaurant. 🙂
If there has ever been a time in living memory that no one wants to get sick, it’s now. While you are trying not to get sick, why not do some good things for your mind and body? We’ve got two great mocktails that will not only help you relax but can also boost your immune system to fight off disease, and will bring back some uplifting summer memories.
Salt & Barrel Oyster and Craft Cocktail Bar in Bay Shore NY wants our customers, family, and friends to stay safe during this pandemic. We understand that people want to balance safety with maintaining a positive lifestyle, but caution is needed to deal with the novel coronavirus. Here are some suggestions to consider as you go through your day:
Shellfish plus sea fish equals seafood; seafood is good for the body and once consumed, it performs different healthy activities for the body. Oyster is one of the seafood that rewards you positively when you consume it; raw oysters are the best! These are the rewards for consuming them:
Food and drink have the capacity to tell a story, especially when combined properly and with love behind the action. We here at Salt & Barrel have gone to the greatest lengths possible to ensure our story is told through our dishes and that each of the customers walks away with a full experience.