A Gulf Coast Favorite, Wintzell's Oyster House, is celebrating 75 years of good times and great food.
The folks from Wintzell's joined us on Studio10 to talk about how they are putting together a storybook for their 75th Anniversary.
Wintzell's was started by Oliver Wintzell in 1938 in Downtown as a six stool oyster bar. Now it's a franchise with 12 locations!
They'll be collecting stories over the next month or so and will hold the 75th Anniversary celebration at the original downtown location sometime in January 2014.
A book of these testimonies will demonstrate why Wintzell’s isn’t just an ordinary restaurant. It’s a place where you have experiences and celebrate, laugh or even mourn life over a great plate of steamy gulf coast seafood.
Submit your stories by going to www.wintzellsoysterhouse.com/tell-your-story or by posting it on any of the Wintzell's Facebook pages.
Wintzell's Oyster House
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