Sea Crest Beach Hotel has partnered with the International Oyster Symposium of the World Oyster Society to host the first annual Oyster Grand Tasting on Oct. 26 in Sea Crest’s newly renovated Nauset Center. The tasting will highlight dishes utilizing oysters harvested from waters spanning Provincetown to Nantucket from leading area chefs, including Sea Crest Beach Hotel’s own Executive Chef Daniel Kenney. Participating chefs include Florence Lowell from the Naked Oyster in Hyannis, Timothy Ames from Mooncussers Tavern in Harwich Port, and Matt Tropeano from Pain D’Avignon.
The tasting, designed to raise awareness for the 6th International Oyster Symposium that will be held at Sea Crest Beach Hotel for its East Coast debut in October 2015, is priced at $95 per person and will run from 5 to 7:30 p.m. Presentations by top chefs and live music from the Fred Clayton Trio will round out the night. Tickets to the tasting can be purchased at OysterGrandTasting.com.
To celebrate the oyster, Red’s Restaurant and Lounge at Sea Crest Beach Hotel is offering $1 local oysters on the halfshell every Friday night from 5-9 p.m. Grand Tasting attendees can also take advantage of Sea Crest’s The World Is Your Oyster package the night of Oct. 26, including two tickets to the Grand Tasting and breakfast for two in the Ocean View Room. Rates start at $353 and include all taxes and gratuities.
For reservations or more information on Sea Crest Beach Hotel, visit www.seacrestbeachhotel.com or call 508-356-2111. For more information on the Oyster Grand Tasting visit www.oystergrandtasting.com.
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