Blue point oysters refer to small or medium size oysters that is served raw on its own shell that is open half so that the meat of the oyster can be served directly on the shell. The Blue Point oyster was named for Blue Point, Long Island in New York, where this exceptionally fine oyster was first discovered. The name is now generally used for any small or medium size Atlantic oysters that is eaten raw.

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