If the words dollar oyster are music to an oyster lover’s ear, then expect a veritable symphony to wash over the city on Aug. 5, which is National Oyster Day. The following are places that feature oysters on the cheap as well as a few specials built around the hallowed bivalve. On to the specifics.

Pando Park (450 Park Avenue South) and Pando 39 (54 W. 39th Street) will commemorate National Oyster Day not only with dollar oysters but with “Deviled Pearls” — a trio of deviled eggs topped with lightly fried blue points and accompanied by sriracha aïoli, pickled vegetables, and lemon. And if you can’t make it for the holiday, don’t fret because Pando Park and Pando 39 price their oysters at $1.50 daily.

Bar Marseille in the Rockaways (190 Beach 69th Street) will serve up $1 oysters and $10 martinis at the bar from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. on National Oyster Day! Hoist down a few while you drink in the beachy vibe.

Bell Book & Candle (141 W. 10th Street) is an underground escape in the West Village that revolves around the sustainability of its ingredients, which are seasonally influenced and in many cases sourced from its rooftop garden. In honor of National Oyster Day, BB&C will offer $1.50 raw and $2.50 baked oysters all day at the bar.

Nobody Told Me (951 Amsterdam Avenue nr. 107th St.) is an Upper West Side cocktail spot that serves inventive cocktails (the “Search and Destroy” is made with bourbon, grapefruit, sage, and aquafaba). During happy hour, which runs from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. daily, oysters are $1.50. Wines and beer are also marked down — to $12 and $10 respectively.

Oysters are literally the middle name of ROKC (Ramen, Oysters, Kitchen, and Cocktails), a cozy Harlem spot (3452 Broadway, at W. 141st St.) with a rotating selection of oysters priced at $1.50 daily until 7 p.m. (Note that a minimum order of 6 pieces is a precondition to that price.)

See also…

Mother Shuckers at Lincoln Center