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Sydney's most accessible aphrodisiac
Already the world's favourite aphrodisiac, oysters are now set to become Sydney's most democratic seafood, with the introduction of The Morrison's new 'Oyster Hour'. Every Wednesday, between 6pm and 7pm, the hotel is delivering oysters over the bar for just $1 a pop.
The initiative follows on the heels of The Morrison's Oyster Festival, held in August. Seafood-lovers flocked to the month-long celebration, which saw daily 'Oyster Hours', shucking lessons and an oyster and wine dinner.
Happy hour already happens every day between 5pm and 7pm, so if you fancy a wine or beer to match your oyster, you can indulge for just $5. What's more, The Morrison turns 1 this month. To mark the occasion, all October diners are being entered into a draw, which will see them receiving either their money back or a free hug.
The Morrison offers an extensive breakfast, lunch and dinner menu, ranging from finger food to hearty mains. It's also home to an impressive Oyster Library, which sources Pacific, Rock and Angassi Oysters from New South Wales, Tassie and Queensland; and Cloudy Bay Clams from New Zealand's South Island.