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Oysters are in season | PHOTOS

Sean Cooke and Phoebe Cooke visiting from Zambia, along with Eileen Bermingham of Brooklyn Heights extend shucked James River oysters.
(Karl Merton Ferron / Baltimore Sun)
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Some restaurants enjoy steady fall oyster season.
(Karl Merton Ferron)
Some restaurants enjoy steady fall oyster season
Dylan Dovel, manager places lemon wedges with James River oysters on a platter of ice as David Kroh, shucker/cook points at LP Steamers at Locust Point.
Dylan Dovel, manager places lemon wedges with James River oysters on a platter of ice as David Kroh, shucker/cook points at LP Steamers at Locust Point. (Karl Merton Ferron / Baltimore Sun)
Some restaurants enjoy steady fall oyster season
Dylan Dovel manager (left) shucks James River oysters with David Kroh, shucker/cook at LP Steamers at Locust Point.
Dylan Dovel manager (left) shucks James River oysters with David Kroh, shucker/cook at LP Steamers at Locust Point. (Karl Merton Ferron / Baltimore Sun)
Some restaurants enjoy steady fall oyster season
Visiting from Bergen County, NJ, David Yi and Hannah Yi sit together at the restaurant.
Visiting from Bergen County, NJ, David Yi and Hannah Yi sit together at the restaurant. (Karl Merton Ferron / Baltimore Sun)
Some restaurants enjoy steady fall oyster season
Sean Cooke, visiting from Zambia, downs a shucked James River oyster at LP Steamers at Locust Point.
Sean Cooke, visiting from Zambia, downs a shucked James River oyster at LP Steamers at Locust Point. (Karl Merton Ferron / Baltimore Sun)
Some restaurants enjoy steady fall oyster season
Sean Cooke and Phoebe Cooke visiting from Zambia, along with Eileen Bermingham of Brooklyn Heights extend shucked James River oysters.
Sean Cooke and Phoebe Cooke visiting from Zambia, along with Eileen Bermingham of Brooklyn Heights extend shucked James River oysters. (Karl Merton Ferron / Baltimore Sun)
Some restaurants enjoy steady fall oyster season
Dylan Dovel, manager (foreground) shucks a platter of James River oysters with David Kroh shucker/cook at LP Steamers at Locust Point.
Dylan Dovel, manager (foreground) shucks a platter of James River oysters with David Kroh shucker/cook at LP Steamers at Locust Point. (Karl Merton Ferron / Baltimore Sun)
Some restaurants enjoy steady fall oyster season
James River oysters are in season at LP Steamers at Locust Point.
James River oysters are in season at LP Steamers at Locust Point. (Karl Merton Ferron / Baltimore Sun)
Some restaurants enjoy steady fall oyster season
James River oysters are in season at LP Steamers at Locust Point.
James River oysters are in season at LP Steamers at Locust Point. (Karl Merton Ferron / Baltimore Sun)
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