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Save All Your Dollars for Sunday Night Oysters at TJ's

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Owner Jon Alexis will begin hosting Dollar Oyster Night every Sunday evening, from 8:30 to 10:30 p.m. at the new TJ's Fresh Seafood Market & Grill at 4212 Oak Lawn. Alexis said all varieties of oyster are game and "the music will be little louder and the beer and wine should be flowing."

See Also: - Interview with Jon Alexis of TJ's Seafood Market - Five Spots For Oysters in Dallas

Alexis parents bought the original TJ's Seafood Market at 11661 Preston Road over a decade ago. Earlier this year, Alexis opened this second location on Oak Lawn and expanded to more than just a seafood market. Now they'll be happy to grill a filet however you like, or pack it up for you to take home. Or grab a beer and a plate of oysters from the raw bar. Alexis certainly seems to be enjoying the extra elbow room.

In addition to the dollar premium oyster, fish tacos are also half-priced on Sunday evenings.

If you'd prefer to take the oysters home, here's a handy guide from Reitz on how to shuck like a champ.

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