Bistro St. Michaels wins CBMM oyster stew competition

| November 12, 2014 | 0 Comments

CBMM_OysterStewWinner2014Bistro St. Michaels Executive Chef David Hayes, center, stands behind his first place oyster stew at the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum’s October 25 competition at OysterFest. Standing with Hayes are CBMM volunteers Bridget and Danny Moss. Bistro St. Michaels will receive an award plaque from CBMM in honor of the distinction and the opportunity to serve the winning stew at next year’s OysterFest.

Six restaurants competed, with 500 festival-goers taking part in blind taste tests before voting by ballot for their favorite stew. Bistro St. Michaels was served as stew ‘A’ in the tastings, with OysterFest participants voting Theo’s Steaks, Sides & Spirits of St. Michaels (stew ‘C’) as the second place winner, and third place going to Roy’s Kwik Korner of Glen Burnie, (stew ‘B’). Other participants included the High Spot Gastropub of Cambridge (stew ‘D’), The Inn at Perry Cabin by Belmond’s Stars of St. Michaels (stew “E’) and Victory Garden Café of Easton (stew ‘F’). The competition was sponsored by the Hambleton Inn Bed & Breakfast of St. Michaels.

CBMM’s next OysterFest is scheduled for October 31, 2015 in St. Michaels, Md. For more information, visit www.cbmm.org/oysterfest.  

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