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Legal Sea Food Offers Cheap Lust

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If food is the new pornography, oysters are the new Viagra. So if you're lusting for the sweet-salty caress of a cool, slippery bivalve sliding down your throat or are burning with desire for the pale, golden skin and creamy-dreamy flesh of a crisp-fried love nugget, get in on Legal Sea Food's Oyster Festival before it expires October 17.

All day every day until then, the Boca Raton restaurant dishes up special baked oysters, fried oysters, pickled oysters, plus a half-dozen different specimens on the half-shell at prices ranging from $9.95 to $13.95.

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