Pearl Oyster Grill opens at Dover Downs

Front row: Kevin Edward, Central Delaware Chamber of Commerce; Judy Diogo, Central Delaware Chamber of Commerce; Jennifer Lindale, Manager Pearl Oyster Grill, Casper Whitby, busser. Second row: Nina Jenkins, Food & Beverage Director, Dover Downs Hotel & Casino, Pazli Taylor, server, Cristina Cojocaru, supervisor. Third row: Mark White, bartender, Anna Adrion, server, Jayden Mosely, server, Kelly Kopie, server, Lisa Blackson, hostest, Omni Truesdale, server, Antonia Copeland, server. Back row: Jim Lake, Senior Director Food & Beverage, Dina Vendetti, Central Delaware Chamber of Commerce, Ed Sutor, President and CEO, Dover Downs Hotel & Casino and Timmy Draine, bartender. (Submitted photo)

Pearl Oyster Grill seafood restaurant officially opened its doors with a ribbon-cutting on Sept. 12.

Featuring a bright nautical décor and a full seafood menu, including fresh oysters, Maine lobster tail, Alaskan king crab legs, shrimp platters and crab cakes, it is the newest addition to the Dover Downs Hotel & Casino list of amenities.

“We are so excited to open the doors of Pearl Oyster Grill. Our team has worked hard to perfect the menu down to the last detail. We cannot wait for our customers and the local residents to come and experience this outstanding restaurant,” said Ed Sutor, president and CEO of Dover Downs Hotel & Casino.

Pearl Oyster Grill is open Sunday – Thursday 4-11 p.m. and Friday and Saturday 4 p.m. – 1 a.m.

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