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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Nomé Izakaya is a Japanese-style tapas restaurant on the outskirts of central Toronto, serving up innovative small plates with Japanese flavours. Head here on Tuesdays and Wednesdays for dollar oysters, served with a selection of tasty sauces. Go for the oysters, stay for the Izakaya.
The Saint Tavern is an upscale bistro dishing out French fare. There’s a selection of small plates, a raw bar, succulent mains like steak frites and whole fish roasted with browned butter, lemon and capers, and shareable plates like the whole roasted chicken and whole roasted beef tenderloin. This is the spot if you’re in the mood for a buck-a-suck because on Sundays, they offer $1 oysters starting at 4pm. A perfect way to round off the weekend.
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.
Bringing a little bit of country to the city, Farmhouse Tavern is the go to spot for farm to table comfort cuisine, located near the Junction Triangle. On Thursdays, it’s #NeighbourhoodNight where guests can get dollar oysters all night long as well as 25 per cent off their burger (a fan favourite) with the purchase of a pint of Beau’s. If you can’t make it here on Thursday, not to worry as they also offer dollar oysters on Sundays from 5-6pm and $6 drafts all night long.
Hole In The Wall
Hole in the Wall is a local watering hole in The Junction, with live music and a nice selection of local, craft beer on the menu. On Tuesdays, they’ve got buck-a-shuck deals from 5-10pm, perfectly paired with a few bar snacks. This is the spot if you’re into getting that aphrodisiac fix, without the fuss.
The Chase Fish & Oyster
The Chase Fish & Oyster (not to be confused with The Chase, their sister restaurant) is one of the best spots in town for getting your seafood fix. It’s no wonder the oysters here are sought after, especially on Mondays when you can get unlimited oysters by the dozen. For only $30 per person, you can indulge in as many of these shelled creatures as you’d like. Be sure to pair it with a bottle of bubbles, offered at half price.
Hidden along trendy Queen St W, Nuit Social is serving up charcuterie and cheese boards, olives and shareable plates like crispy fried artichoke hearts and steamed P.E.I. mussels. On Wednesdays, with the purchase of a drink, you can get dollar oysters to pair with your tapas-style dishes; served until supplies last.
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.
Batch is an upscale gastropub, is bringing craft beer and seasonal, comfort food-style dishes to the heart of the city. Go for the buck-a-shuck on Wednesdays when oysters are just one dollar. Because we can’t think of a better way to spend a dollar.
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.
John & Sons Oyster House
Being an oyster house, it’s no wonder that John & Sons is one of the best spots in town for getting your hands on dollar oysters. Known for their casual and maritime pub feel, this seafood joint is your weekend buck-a-shuck joint, serving dollar oysters on Saturday afternoons. Start your evening off right with a few dozen oysters, and then delve into their innovative menu like the cioppino or duck tacos, kicking off Saturday with a bang.