Beebo Seafood & Raw Bar Coupons and Deals
Like history’s greatest con men, oysters are renowned for their refined taste and propensity to impersonate John D. Rockefeller. Catch them if you can with this Groupon. Choose from Three Options $19 for oysters and wine for two, valid Sunday–Thursday (a $45 total value) $36 for oysters and wine for four, valid Sunday–Thursday (a $90 total value) $19 for oysters and wine for two, valid Friday–Saturday (a $45 total value) Each pair receives a dozen oysters (a $27 value each) and a bottle of Italian Vigneti cabernet sauvignon or Veneto pinot grigio (an $18 value each).
The Fine Print
Limit 1 per customer, up to 1 additional as a gift • Limit 1 per table per visit • Valid only for dine-in • Offer B: valid only from 11 a.m.-3 p.m. • Offer B: excludes whole fish and live lobster entrees • Alcohol has not been discounted over 50% • Entire value must be used in a single visit
Dock yourself at this always-fun Bay Ridge restaurant where ocean-fresh fare reigns and get ready to slurp down flavorful pearls of the sea and soothing vino: • $28 ($74 value) for two dozen Blue Point oysters and a bottle of red or white • $18 ($50 value) for lunch for two with soup or salad buffet and two entrées • For lunch, enjoy filet of sole, crispy calamari, penne vodka, or grilled chicken Beebo Seafood & Raw Bar's Website | Facebook
Depending on where you look, this town has some pretty good options in the way of fresh seafood and raw bars. We're actually kind of surprised there isn't a "Raw Bar Row" somewhere yet. But look deep into the boroughs and the options do get a little limited. Luckily, we stumbled on Beebo's on 3rd Avenue. Named for the owner's nickname growing up, Beebo is an oasis of fresh fish, live lobsters and oysters that sated our appetites after a long day of biking through Brooklyn. The menu is a tour de force of gifts from the sea, all with a hint of Mediterranean flair. The signature dish, Salt Crusted Baked Bronzino, is about as simple and delicious as you can get, and the freshness of the lobster in the bisque nearly smacked us in the face. We tried Oysters Rockefeller for the first time and are kind of confused why it took us so long. Also, grilled octopus is now in our lexicon of dishes we love. The dining room is spacious and airy, complete with a relaxing, but upscale patio out back, that's perfect for a quick bite after work, or after a long commute (it's right next to the R train). Or a short commute. Which ever. We're suddenly always in the mood for a second helping of Oysters Rockefeller. Menu Highlights: Grilled Octopus, $13 Oysters Rockefeller, $15 Salt Crusted Branzino, $18/lb Seafood Paella, $25 Hours: Sunday - Thursday, 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. Friday-Saturday, 11 a.m. midnight