Oyster Bay Fish & Clam description
Simple is best here: Clams, raw littlenecks, top-necks or cherrystones on the half shell, steamed ... More »
The lobster roll at Oyster Bay Fish & Clam on Route 106 in Oyster Bay is lemony and mixed with celery, onion, dill and parsley. (2009)
(Credit: Newsday/Rebecca Cooney)
The days are still warm, but it's getting dark earlier and earlier. Only a few more weeks to enjoy summer, and Oyster Bay Fish & Clam, which is open only from April 1 through the weekend after Labor Day. (It reopens for the Oyster Festival, which, this year, is Oct. 15 and 16.) The 100-year-old building is about a mile south of Oyster Bay Harbor, and you're more likely to hear the sound of the traffic...
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