Oyster House - Philadelphia, PA 19102, The Oyster House today is the vision of Sam Mink, the third generation of the Mink family in the restaurant business. It began in 1947 when Samuel Mink, Sam's grandfather bought Kelly's on Mole Street. His son, David, opened the Sansom Street Oyster House in 1976. And now Sam, David's son is transforming that restaurant into the Oyster House. . At the Oyster House, the Mink family continues the mission of serving Philadelphians fresh seafood at reasonable prices. Sam also strives to use local ingredients whenever possible and to present the Oyster House classic dishes with a modern fresh taste
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Mink family, third-generation owner Sam Mink, 33, has recast it boldly into modern form, from decor changes to draw energy and a youthful crowd, to a bright young staff that knows its oysters, a quality cocktail bar, beer and wine list, and a kitchen that updates the classics with seasonal ingredients and a lighter touch
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Oyster Happy hour is great!
Oyster Happy hour is great! They even have "Oyster Shooters" like shots that I tried for the first time. So weren't as good as the others but an overall great experience! Friendly and attentive staff. Food was great too!
New England clam chowder superb
Recently visited during happy hour when oyster bar charges $1 per oyster (only at the bar). It was mobbed and very very loud but the food was great. New England clam chowder superb.