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Jimmy's Seafood & Oyster Bar is at a great location for I-40 travelers. It is just a short drive off of the interstate and it is located at 3440 Frontis Street .

Oysters is their specialty. The oysters are served 12  ways. The least expensive is a 1/2 dozen order which comes with drawn butter and lemon. Pecks and half pecks are served in the bar only.  The average meal is served with sides of slaw, french fries, and hushpuppies. If you would prefer a baked potato instead of the french fries, ask the waitress. Normally they will allow substitutions for the fries. The baked sweet potato are very tasty and are a good choice.

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Other fish is available including Flounder, Catfish,Tilapia,Whitefish, Salmon,Tuna, Scallops,Jumbo Shrimp,Popcorn Shrimp, Red Snapper,Grouper,Mahi Mahi, Seabass Crab, and Clam. A few non-seafood items are available including Steak, Pasta and Chicken. Thers to much to list so Click Here for their menu.The hushpuppies are usually great. The tarter sauce is excellent, albeit somewhat sweet.

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I visited the restaurant on Sunday at 4:00 PM and it was not to busy, however they started coming in when I was leaving, and it looked like they where on their way to a good night. It's my understanding that it gets very busy on Friday and Saturday nights.
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I had the Flounder Popcorn Shrimp combo and I will say it was very good, I was a little disappointed in the baked potato, but every thing else was "delish". And at a good price. The wait staff was also second to none.
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I don't usually say anything about this however I think that it needs mentioning . It had the cleanest  rest room I've seen in a long time.
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From I-40: Take I-40 west to exit 189 the US-158 exit. Turn onto South Stratford Road and take a left onto Frontis Street. Jimmy's Seafood and Oyster Bar is going to be on the right as soon as you turn down Frontis Street.