It’s back: $1 oysters are returning to Opera Bar this month

Drink, Eat, Sydney / 6 November 2019

Sydney’s favourite waterfront bar is hosting a luxe deal you won’t be able to refuse. Hint: it includes everyone’s favourite salty seafood snack.

Oysters. They’re the luxe bar snack we all order when we’re feeling a little bit fancy. Spot these tasty morsels on the menu and you know you’re in for a good feast. Whether you’re grabbing a post-work wine or settling in for a decadent date night dinner, no dining experience is complete without an oyster or two (or a dozen if you’re really looking to indulge). But if you’re looking for a budget-friendly way to satisfy your salty seafood cravings, look no further than this next exclusive offer.

Bargain lovers, listen up. For one month only, Sydney’s iconic Opera Bar is dishing up an irresistible offer. Now in its second year, every weekday throughout November from 6-7pm you can nab $1 oysters from this sparkling waterside venue. That’s right. All the salty shells you can slurp for just $1 each. And these aren’t just any old oysters. The Opera Bar team will be dishing up freshly shucked East 33’s Sydney Rock Oysters, picked from the longitude 33° of the East Coast of NSW.

Opera Bar Oysters 2019

No oyster experience would be complete without a glass of bubbly to wash it all down. Luckily, Opera Bar have you covered with a selection of champagne options to suit every budget. Our tip? Pair a platter of fresh oysters with a glass of Veuve Clicquot ($20) or nab a bottle to share with your crew for $99.

If you happen to clock off work early, Opera Bar is also dishing up even more happy hour specials perfect for a post-work tipple. From 5-6pm every weekday from now until the end of summer, Opera Bar’s Sunset Hour will be serving up $9 pints and $10 spritzes. With $1 oysters, free live music every weeknight plus drink specials galore, you know where we’ll be heading for a post-work drink this month.

Opera Bar’s $1 Oysters will be available every weekday throughout November from 6-7pm. To find out more, click here.