In the 1920’s, the Rockpoint Oyster Company was started on Samish Bay by E. N. Steele and J. C. Barnes. During the Great Depression, the market for fresh oysters fell and so a shack was built on Washington State’s first scenic highway, Chuckanut Drive, where oysters were sold by the plant manager Zenzabaro Maekawa to … Read more
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 … Read more
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 … Read more
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. … Read more
Our guests have posted the most amazing photos over the years. Check it out on Google Photos.
Each year Wine Spectator awards a number of restaurants honoring wine programs by recognizing lists that display excellent breadth across multiple regions and/or significant vertical depth of top wines, along with superior presentation. Each wine lists selected features a well-chosen assortment of quality producers along with a thematic match to the menu in both price and … Read more
It’s only March but the first mouthwatering Rosés of the season are starting to arrive! We’ve selected a Washington wine. This rosé that comes from collaboration between two winemakers in the Columbia Valley. And Why Mr. Pink? rosé sets a scene for spring from our cellar to your table. And Why am I Mr. Pink? … Read more