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Old 06-26-2014, 03:03 AM   #1
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Will be down next week just wondering is their anyplace that anyone would rate better baked oysters than Peg-leg Petes or the Oyster house in Gulf Shores???

I have been off from work this week for kidney stones (4th time veteran) and shouldn't be eating those tasty little critters. I have been to the Indian Pass raw bar at Cape San Blas and had Boss Oysters in Apalachicola and theirs rocked also. Can't get enough of 'em with Applewood Bacon and jalapeno's add some Peg-leg Pete's Pirate sauce YUM YUM. Any info most appreciated.

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I think Acme opened a branch in Orange Beach.



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There is an Acme in GS. It is directly across the icw from LuLu's. Tin Top in Bon Secour has some mighty good baked oysters also.
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Captains Corner under the Theo Barge Bridge had some tasty baked oysters the last time I was in there. i can't remember the name of them and they weren't on the menu either. Ultralite will be able to tell you what they're named though. BTW, they came with some toasted bread that was fantastic as well.
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Captains Corner under the Theo Barge Bridge had some tasty baked oysters the last time I was in there. i can't remember the name of them and they weren't on the menu either. Ultralite will be able to tell you what they're named though. BTW, they came with some toasted bread that was fantastic as well.
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I don't think so. They're just a hole in the wall place. Lots of fun though. If you go over the bridge going east, there is a service road at the foot on the left side. Take that road back towards the intercoastal and you'll see it on the right. Just next to the fresh seafood dock.
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I don't think so. They're just a hole in the wall place. Lots of fun though. If you go over the bridge going east, there is a service road at the foot on the left side. Take that road back towards the intercoastal and you'll see it on the right. Just next to the fresh seafood dock.
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Captains Corner under the Theo Barge Bridge had some tasty baked oysters the last time I was in there.
However, the Name is Actually Fisherman's Corner
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Will be down next week just wondering is their anyplace that anyone would rate better baked oysters than Peg-leg Petes or the Oyster house in Gulf Shores???

I have been off from work this week for kidney stones (4th time veteran) and shouldn't be eating those tasty little critters. I have been to the Indian Pass raw bar at Cape San Blas and had Boss Oysters in Apalachicola and theirs rocked also. Can't get enough of 'em with Applewood Bacon and jalapeno's add some Peg-leg Pete's Pirate sauce YUM YUM. Any info most appreciated.

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Try the Cajun's with Peg leg's Pirate Sauce. Holy cow it's good!!
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If you happen to get down around Gulf Shores, pop into "The Steamer" & try their steamed oysters.
I was reluctant to try them until I learned that they steam them in what appears to be "crab boil". If you like Cajun food, you owe it to yourself to try these oysters.
As a side note, they have various recipes of baked oysters, my favorite would be "Oysters Bienville".
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