Meritage in St. Paul

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David Witt

David Witt, aka DWITT, is a Saint Paul-based Illustrator. He's the official artist of the Zombie Pub Crawl, The Beer Dabbler, The Growler, and writer/artist of Louie the Loon. David's a founding member of the Squad 19 Design Collective and the Back Alley Gallery and his illustrations, paintings, and screen prints have been exhibited around the globe and reproduced in books and publications including The Art of Modern Rock, I Want Your Skull, German collective Bongout’s anthologies, and the series of graphic novels he’s illustrated for Lerner Publishing.

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  1. Seriously; I don’t get raw oysters. You’re supposed to slurp it down without chewing it or tasting it much. To me, it seems like a waste of seafood that could be deliciously fried!

  2. Freshly shucked, muscle contracting in lemon juice or mignonette, a taste of the ocean, requiring minimal effort and hell some say it’s an aphrodisiac.

    Fried food, hiding behind the breading, with all the pleasure of the fat and the salt and the protein. What’s not to love there too?

    Cold water months make it a nice way to mark the passage of time marking the season.

  3. joe allen 10/22/2011 Reply

    Ya, no if you’re scared of them you slurp. But they taste wonderful when you chew them. And lightly breaded and pan fried in good olive oil is definitely delicious.

    Meritage is one of our top 5 restaurants in the TC area.

  4. Meritage is our top restaurant in the TC area. Love it.
    Love Russell, love Desta, love every server, and, my guests and I have had the pleasure of being served by every one.

  5. CozierRoll 10/28/2011 Reply

    Louie is brilliant. If these reviews we’ve seen so far have been like daily comics in the newspaper, I can’t wait to see the big color Sunday Comics version.

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