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A mecca of all things seafood, local, and delicious, the Milford Oyster House is a brother-and-sister-owned-and-operated restaurant, and a true expression of its owners’ personalities. Chef Ed Coss’ attention to culinary excellence and Amy Coss’ attention to creating a dining experience that’s second to none is evident in every detail. From the way they very kindly and personally greet their patrons, to the friendly and helpful wait staff, to the impressive wine list and marvelous array of fresh and amazing appetizers, entrees, and dessert. Everything is infused with a dedication to whole, local food that follows the seasons and world-class, personalized service. It’s no wonder the Milford Oyster House has a large and loyal following.
Recently, I had a truly extraordinary dining experience at The Milford Oyster House and I wasn’t alone: the restaurant was buzzing with the sounds of enthusiastic guests. Here’s a peek at a few of the amazing dishes:
Everything was polished, local, Jersey made and presented in a beautiful, personalized way. I think it’s time you visited Hunterdon County’s small town of Milford to treat yourself to an exceptional eating experience.
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Jennifer Miller: I am a mom on a mission: to help others foster a love of eating and preparing wonderful food. I am a passionate home cook, wine enthusiast, meal-planning specialist and budding food blogger, with a love of eating, drinking, food photography and serving fresh farm to table meals. As a mother of three, I am committed to raising “foodie” children who enjoy farmer’s markets, restaurants and artisan food shops. In addition, I share healthy, in-season recipes and tips on my web site http://mealdiva.com and on Facebook as MealDiva. I am very excited to be contributing to Jersey Bites from Hunterdon County!