Wild Nettle Gnocchi with shiitake mushrooms, snap peas, leeks, pea shoots, roasted shallots in a light lemon goat cheese cream and topped with crispy sage. Vegetarians never had it so good! Available lunch and dinner.
Starting today we are excited to announce that we have a brand new rose by the glass. Les Haut Plateaux is the perfect springtime rose to sip on alongside an order of our scrumptious crab cakes! This fresh and balanced wine hails from Provence in Southeast France. It is crisp and tangy with a hint of strawberry and subtle floral notes.
Join us for lunch or dinner after enjoying the amazing tulips!
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It is time to enjoy the Skagit Valley Tulip Festival all through April. Check out the details. After you’ve enjoy the amazing festival, join us for dinner!
Our tulips are growing and getting ready for another beautiful show this spring and we know you want to be ready! Advance ticketing may be the way to go IF you already know when you are coming (as in what date in April). Otherwise you may want to wait a bit to see what your travel plans look like and what the tulip bloom peak period is likely to be in 2022 (hopefully we will have an idea by the middle of March). All our gardens are requesting ALL visitors follow COVID guidelines as posted, including wearing a mask. View Map
Here at the Oyster Bar, we are proud to offer one of the largest and most highly accoladed wine lists in the state of Washington. While we take pride in providing a broad selection of varietals from all over the world, we are especially pleased to offer a comprehensive selection of over eighty of France’s finest Bordeaux.
Whether you are in the mood for a concentrated and powerful first growth from Pauillac or a softer, silkier option from St. Emilion or anything in between, we have you covered! You can find our complete list here on our website. Or better yet, come join us here at the restaurant and allow us to assist you in selecting the perfect bottle to compliment your Oyster Bar dining experience.
Other than a great wine pairing, lunch at The Oyster Bar and Eagle spotting may be the next best duo. Start at Larrabee State Park to catching a glimpse of nesting bald eagles. Call ahead for a reservation to wrap things up with lunch.
HABITAT: Forest, lakes, streams, saltwater coves, rocky tidepools and mountain views.
WILDLIFE: Douglas squirrels, black-tailed deer, coyotes, foxes, rabbits, skunks, porcupines, and Townsend’s big eared bats in forested area. Beaver and river otters by lakes and sea stars, octopus, Dungeness crabs and sea cucumbers in rocky tidepools.
VIEWING: Hike up to 15 miles of trails; then explore the shoreline for intertidal species. Scan waters for orca whales year-round.
ACCESS: State Park lands. I-5 Exit 231. Northwest onto Chuckanut Dr. 14.4 miles to park entrance.
Our guests have posted the most amazing photos over the years. Check it out on Google Photos.