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OUR NEWEST FEATURED WINE

BLACK TEARS MALBEC Bin # 838 $93We were fortunate enough to acquire several bottles of this beautifully made high altitude Malbec. The grapes are grown in Mendoza’s Uco Valley at over 4400 feet above sea level. The elevation and it’s proximity to the mountains contribute to the intensity of this rich, savory and balanced wine. … Read more

Why should I eat oysters?

There are several reasons why you should consider eating oysters. For one, they are a delicious and satisfying food that can add a unique flavor and texture to your meals. They are also high in protein, low in calories, and packed with essential nutrients that can benefit your health. Some of the specific health benefits … Read more

The Benefits of Eating Oysters

Oysters are a type of mollusk that are prized for their delicious, salty flavor and their numerous health benefits. They are high in protein, low in calories, and contain a wide range of essential nutrients, making them a healthy and satisfying addition to any diet. One of the most notable benefits of oysters is their … Read more

THANKSGIVING SPECIALS

AppetizerSmoked Salmon Napoleonhouse smoked Salmon, pumpkin seeds, basil goat cheese, ginger oil22- Entrees Entrees preceded by quince sorbet accompanied with pumpkin souffle, green beans, Brussel sprouts, roasted root mashed potatoesand maple glazed squash. Cider & Sage Butter Roasted Turkey Breastcranberry & ginger compote, smoked OysterKnoedel, Chanterelle Madeira gravy38- Venison Tenderloinred onion and apricot marmalade44- Cedar … Read more

Our New FEATURED WINE (Fall 2022)

Bruno Giacosa Dolcetto d’Alba Bin # 865$63 Fall is upon us and the holidays are approaching. It’s the time of year when we’re enjoying the bounties of the season. Whether it be locally foraged mushrooms, hearty vegetable dishes or fresh regional seafood, here at the Oyster Bar you’ll have no problem finding just the right … Read more

THE Oyster Bar has been here SINCE 1920

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