Original Oyster House Recognizes First Responders with a Free Lunch
 Prichard police officers stand with local vendors, USS Alabama Battleship – Kristen Lee and WildNative Delta Safaris – Jami Wiber, who passed out information on their company and also provided free or discounted admission for first responders.
The Original Oyster House restaurants will honor Mobile and Baldwin County law enforcement, firefighters, paramedics and sheriff officers by offering a free “Never Forget” Lunch at either the Gulf Shores or Mobile Causeway location on Wednesday Sept. 11, 2019 from 11 am to 4 pm. The 12th Annual Never Forget Lunch was established by the Original Oyster House restaurants in honor of the 9/11 First Responders who risked their lives to save, protect and serve and in recognition of all first responders for their service.
“Let us never forget the brave men and women that went above and beyond that tragic day in history. Please join us on Sept. 11th anytime between 11 am to 4 pm. Just show your ID or better yet wear your uniform so we may recognize you with a handshake,” stated David Dekle, co-founder of the Original Oyster House restaurants.
In memory of 9/11, LifeSouth Community Blood Centers, a 501(c) 3 non-profit community blood supplier, will also be on hand at the Mobile Causeway location for blood donations. All blood donations collected will be distributed to local hospitals. Local attractions will also be onsite to honor our first responders and pass out free or discounted tickets. iHeart Radio’s Mason will live broadcast the day’s event.
The Original Oyster House has become the “must-go-to” place for great fresh Gulf seafood, service and Southern hospitality and for its panoramic waterfront sunsets. A top-spot for hand-shucked and fire-grilled oysters, the Original Oyster House has also become legendary for its homemade gumbo, cheesy grits with blackened shrimp, as well as handcrafted desserts including its famous Peanut Butter Pie. In 2016, the Original Oyster House became the first restaurant in the state of Alabama to recycle oyster shells through the Alabama Coastal Foundation. In July of 2019, an estimated 9 million oyster shells to date have been recovered from participating Gulf Coast restaurants.
The Original Oyster House (OOH) has two locations, Mobile: 3733 Battleship Parkway, on the Causeway and Gulf Shores: 701 Gulf Shores Parkway on the Original Oyster House Boardwalk. Both locations offer spectacular waterfront views and have been celebrated as the area’s finest family restaurants for the past 36 years. For more information about the Original Oyster House, please visit www.originaloysterhouse.com or call 251-928-2620.