Alabama’s Best Oyster Bar: 5 things to know about Capitol Oyster Bar
After a rocky start to this whole “eating oysters every day” thing, I picked myself up, dusted myself off and got back to the business of Alabama eating! Haley Laurence and I departed from Birmingham for a trip south. En route to Dothan, we stopped in Montgomery to lunch. In what seemed like an inconspicuous, quiet, and – if I can be frank – rather barren, side of town, we were greeted by a giant boat, parked in it a patch of dirt that donned a sign for “Capitol Oyster Bar.”
We pulled right in, and after connecting with AL.com’s Amber Sutton, who works nearby, we all stepped inside the mid-sized dining room, encapsulated by glass. I wasn’t nearly prepared enough for the gorgeous marina and patio area we found outside.
But, let me tell you, Capitol Oyster House, without indulging itself in all the bells and whistles of modern restaurant conception, surely makes its case for the simple serenity that so many of us cling to when we think of Southern dining.
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Published at Sat, 29 Oct 2016 14:31:19 +0000