The servings were moderately sized but very filling, so we had to put down our forks and fingers, too full for oysters. We returned the next night to explore the raw oyster selection, along with some more starters, a crisp Wyndridge hard cider ($3), and a cocktail. The spicy apple ($9), made with apple cider, cranberry juice, and two flavored whiskeys in a cinnamon-sugar-rimmed martini glass, was disappointingly not spicy, and really didn't taste like much more than apple cider with a splash of whiskey. We had previously tried the grapefruit crush ($8) made with grapefruit vodka, Sprite, and fresh-squeezed grapefruit. With juicy pulp mixed into the crushed ice, the drink was refreshing, though not as tart as a grapefruit fan would like and not nearly as boozy as a vodka fan would like.