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  • Dinner Daily: 4 – 9pm
Oysters Delicious

Are Oysters Delicious?

We shall take a deep dive into the ocean to find out what makes Oysters delicious, but firstly, let’s know who these Oysters guys are. WHAT ARE OYSTERS Oysters are saltwater animals that live in marine habitats such as bays and oceans. They are a vital part of the ecosystem because of their ability to…

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Top Washington State Coastal Towns To Visit

When you come out to Washington State, you need to check out some of the best coastal towns around. With so many possibilities, it may be hard to choose. But, you can trust that this list has you covered for a drive north and south on the coast of Washington. Bow, WA Not only is…

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5 animal activities in the Skagit County

5 Animal Activities in the Skagit County

In spring, animal lovers have great opportunities to watch in their natural habitats elk, alpacas, birds, whales, and other sea creatures. Make your ‘things to do in Skagit county’ list with our ideas to do before dinner at The Oyster Bar. Feed alpacas on South Fork Farms The farm belongs to the local family Gary…

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5 best wine-dessert pairs - Oyster Bar

5 Best Wine-Dessert Pairs

Warm spring days call for new gastronomic discoveries. Enjoy sunny days with a glass of wine and a dessert from the rich Oyster Bar menu and wine list. With a price from $18.5, our five sweet ideas help you choose the perfect desert-wine combination. 1 Lemon duet: Dry Riesling Poet’s Leap – Columbia Valley $13…

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Maine Lobster Tail In The Pacific Northwest: How Is It Possible?

Maine Lobster Tail is some of the tastiest seafood in the entire world. But, when you eat Maine Lobster Tail in the Pacific Northwest at The Oyster Bar, you might be thinking to yourself, “How can I eat Maine Lobster in Washington State?” Well, there are few reasons for this. Shipping Lobster We ship Maine…

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Understand Oyster Eating In The Pacific Northwest

When it comes to oyster eating in the Pacific Northwest, there are a few things that you need to know. You need to know things like the types of oysters followed by what the oyster names mean, and when is the best time to eat oysters. In turn, you will have a better understanding of…

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History of Eating Northwest Pacific Oysters

The Natives Centuries before the arrival of European settlement, the native tribes on the Pacific Northwest coast consumed animals from the sea. The Siwash or “Fish Eaters” included oysters in their diet. This was evident when large piles of discarded shells were discovered, with specimens dating back to 3000-4000 years. Back then, the natives used…

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2016 NELMS ROAD CABERNET SAUVIGNON

Nelms Road Cabernet Sauvignon is known for its enticing aromas of black currant, spices, olive and lead pencil. Its appearance is deep red. In the mouth, the wine has a taste of blueberry fruit, mature tannins and a beautiful texture ABOUT CABERNET SAUVIGNON Cabernet Sauvignon is one of the world’s most popular grapes used in…

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Try Idaho Rainbow Trout at the Oyster Bar

It’s time to enrich your seasonal diet with healthier and original ideas! Welcome spring renewal with the Idaho Rainbow Trout, the most popular item on the Oyster Bar menu. Our Mediterranean seafood invention Stuffed with bay scallops, oyster mushrooms, herbs, and lemon mousseline, the dish will grace your table and boost your energy. Developing an…

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The 4 Seasons of Seafood at the Oyster Bar

Seafood, like fruit and vegetables, has its seasons. Let’s learn how to incorporate in-season seafood of the Pacific Northwest into our diets and benefit from it! 3 benefits of seafood seasonality Health: caught undeveloped properly fish lacks minerals, nutrients, and vitamins. Economic:  a seasonal increase in supply makes fish more affordable. Sustainable: seafood populations migrate…

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Featured Wine: Woodward Canyon 2016 Nelms Road Cabernet Sauvignon

Enticing aromas of black currant, olive, spices, tobacco, and lead pencil. Deep red in color. In the mouth the wine offers savory blueberry fruit, mature tannins, beautiful texture and a long generous finish.

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