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It's true you can now get oysters all year long, but it's the cold winter waters when oysters store up sugars, resulting in a plumper and sweeter taste.

For the hard-core oyster lover, discerning taste is all about location, location, location. While we don't want to take a side in the East Coast/West Coast bivalve smackdown, here's a short list of restaurants where you can enjoy the mollusk with the mythological aphrodisiac powers.

Joe Beef in Montreal
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JOE BEEF in Montreal, Canada.


Look for: Malpeque oysters from Prince Edward Island.


Taste: Sweet, briny, and pickle-like.


Restaurant recommended to Find. Eat. Drink by: Chef Claude Pelletier (Le Club Chasse et Peche in Montreal)
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