Pearl Diver is Old Town’s answer to seafood, serving up seasonal dishes in a homely, casual joint. On Thursdays, you can get oysters for one dollar from 6-10pm, but there’s a catch: you have to order 100 of them. Challenge accepted. If you’re okay with spending a few more cents, head here on after 10pm any night of the week when you can get a dozen oysters for $15. Pearl Diver also hosts their Oysterlicious on Wednesdays, where you can get a dozen oysters for $21.88.
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Over on quaint Roncy, you’ll find Hopgoods Foodliner. This joint has an East-coast inspired menu filled with creative seafood and comfort food dishes. On Mondays, you can choose from a rotating selection of East-coast oysters for one dollar each, served with a selection of house-made sauces.
Montecito is a popular, upscale joint serving up Californian-inspired dishes using only seasonal and fresh ingredients. On Fridays, you can get oysters for one dollar and half priced champagne.
Previously known as The Hogtown Cure, The Cure Toronto prides itself on serving the freshest seasonal ingredients (think: Maritime oysters, artisinal Quebec cheese and Ontario-raised eggs) in the way of East coast-inspired comfort food. On Thursdays, get a taste of that East Coast ocean for a sweet price — just a dollar each — served with a selection of sauces.