The Oystercatcher has gone through various owners over the years and today it is enjoying a heyday. Tyler and Sara have smartly limited the menu to a handful of delicious dishes that reflect the season and their creativity. I've never been disappointed with my selections. The soups are wonderful but the place has become famous for its fabulous bread. It is the perfect time to forget about carbs when you sink your teeth into that cool, soft, heavenly slice of house made bread.
The sorbets which are served between courses at dinner are also swoon worthy. The place is small so reservations are best- especially on a weekend.
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