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B&G Oysters

550 Tremont Street
Boston, MA 02116

B&G Oysters restaurant information
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B&G Oysters is a modern yet classic take on the oyster bar. Located on Tremont Street in Boston's South End, B&G Oysters has a decidedly neighborhood feel, combining polished but friendly service with fantastically fresh seafood dishes and food-friendly wines.

B&G Oysters has earned plenty of accolades over the years for its cuisine and wine program, including Boston Magazine's Best Seafood in 2007 and 2008. The subterranean spot draws energy from its open kitchen which is surrounded by a white marble bar. In warmer weather, diners enjoy drinks and more on the stone patio; a favorite outdoor dining spot in the city.

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1. noun A pounded combination of salted or smoked fish, olive oil, garlic, milk and cream.
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1. noun A thick puree or sauce.
1. noun French for juice, jus also refers to the unthickened juices from a piece of roasted meat.
1. noun Literally "miller's wife" in French, this cooking technique (used primarily for fish) involves a light coating of flour before sauteing in butter or oil.
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1. noun The French word for "rust" describes the color of this spicy sauce made of hot chiles, garlic, breadcrumbs and olive oil and generally diluted with fish stock.
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