Here is our Boston restaurant review of B & G Oysters.
All the reviews that praised the restaurant did not do it justice; B & G Oysters (550 Tremont St., Boston MA) was beyond perfection. We arrived at the South End restaurant on Tremont Street and entered through the side door, following the sign that read “Bivalves,” we were amused by the play on words. Greeted by hues of blue, funky lighting and a stainless steel bar, we were seated at our table directly across from the open kitchen. There is something about watching chefs in their element, especially when they enjoy preparing food, as much as their customers enjoy eating it.
We knew two things that we had to order, according to our high school friend, the fried clams and the lobster roll. Diva #2 and the Polish Pearl also knew that wine was a must and we ordered the 2011 No. 9 Park Pinot Blanc, a perfect dry white wine that had a great balance and complimented our fishy meal. This wine is made specifically for Barbara Lynch’s No. 9 Park restaurant.