“Our relationship with Tom Kehoe and K&B Seafood for well over 20 years has proven to be a gem of a find. He hand picks our oysters and his menu is vast, both East and West coast varieties,” adds Ingber. “This has opened up a field of the freshest oysters from around the world.”
“The Saddlerock® Oyster is a wild oyster native to the North Shore of Long Island,” notes Tom Kehoe, President and CEO of K & B Seafood, Inc. “They are still gathered by independent baymen on the same oyster beds and grounds that the first American settlers and natives harvested from hundreds of years ago.”
The Grand Central Oyster Bar serves 4,000 oysters daily from 30 varieties, served on the half shell, roasted, broiled, Rockefeller-
Oyster Bar’s daily menu. Celebrating its 99th year in 2012, the Grand Central Oyster Bar is open for lunch beginning at 11:30 AM through the last evening reservation at 9:30 PM. For reservations call 212.490.6650.
About K & B Seafood…
K & B Seafood was founded in 1992 in East Northport on Long Island in New York State, U.S.A. Ideally situated to deliver fresh seafood around the world, K & B Seafood receives fresh product directly from local baymen and fishermen, as well as from the U.S., Canada, and Mexico.
Located in close proximity to the Fulton Fish Market and JFK International airport, K & B Seafood is able to deliver fresh and frozen seafood within hours by refrigerated truck or air carrier. Local, domestic, and international customers are served the finest seafood on time. K & B Seafood’s two principals (Roger Boccio and Tom Kehoe) bring over 60 years of expertise to our seafood procurement, production, and distribution. With close associations with seafood providers across the county and worldwide, it delivers top quality products consistently.
K & B Seafood is a licensed Shucker and Packer on the USFDA Interstate Shellfish Shippers list, a USDC Approved Fisheries Establishment, an approved EU (European Union) Seafood Shipper, and is licensed by the Russian Veterinary Service Rosselkhoznadzor to export fish and seafood to the Russian Federation.
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The Grand Central Oyster Bar first opened its doors in 1913, in what was then a brand new, state-of-the-