The oyster bar is the first thing you see when you walk in the front door of this Cajun seafood restaurant near Bush Intercontinental Airport. Belly up to the bar and get a couple dozen on the half shell and a cold beer. They serve half-shell oysters all year round, but if you're playing it safe you'll order the cooked oysters in the summer. The fried oysters are a good choice; they're coated in cornmeal, and they come with hand-cut fries. But you will probably see an intriguing ritual while you're sitting at the oyster bar as the counter man lines up oysters on the gas grill and turns the fire up high. Jimmy-G's fire-kissed grilled oysters are topped with parmesan cheese and basted with garlic butter — just like the grilled oysters at Drago's in Metairie, Louisiana. Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery and all that — just be glad you can get grilled oysters this good in Houston.