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  • Lunch Daily: 11:30am
  • Dinner Daily: 4 – 9pm
  • What's Happening at The Oyster Bar: Oysters

Fresh Oysters from The Oyster Bar

The Oyster Bar on Chuckanut Drive is the best place to find amazing fresh oysters. We serve only the freshest, highest-quality seafood available.  Our menu changes daily based on what’s fresh and in season, but we always have six varieties of fresh oysters sourced from the waters of Washington and British Columbia. Our current featured…

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Why Our Baked Oysters are the Best

While many restaurants offer baked oysters on their menus, not all are made equal. This is why when you order baked oysters at The Oyster Bar on Chuckanut Drive, you can rest easy knowing that our version is something special. Best of all, our recipe has been perfected over the years, with the right combination…

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Succulent Baked Oysters from The Oyster Bar

Baked oysters are a delicious and decadent appetizer that you can enjoy at many fine dining establishments. At The Oyster Bar on Chuckanut Drive, we pride ourselves on serving some of the best baked oysters in the area. Our version is topped with creamed spinach, a touch of Pernod, tomato concasse, pancetta, and bread crumbs…

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10 Oyster Common Mistakes You’re Making: The Oyster Bar Guide

It’s one thing to order a dozen at your favorite oyster bar. But it’s another thing completely to get a dozen from your fishmonger to cook at home. Naturally, these bivalves must be handled with care or risk shell shards, flavor loss, or worse. So we put together some common oyster mistakes people make and…

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10 Important Things You Should Know Before Eating Oysters

Oysters are a natural aphrodisiac, that is an open secret for oyster lovers. If you have been to a seafood buffet before and have eaten oysters, then I am sure you know this little secret about them. But there’s so much more about oysters that we wish to share in this blog. So here are…

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10 Best Washington Wines Featured by the Wine Spectator

What Kind of Wine Goes Well With Oysters

What wine goes with oysters? Oysters are typically served with lemon, but no rule says you can’t have them with wine instead! There are numerous wines to try, but your personal preferences will determine the best one. For example, if you prefer sweeter wines, a sparkling rosé would compliment this delicacy and vice versa for…

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Can Oysters Make You Feel Drunk?

Oysters can cause a person to feel drunk due to their high level of alcohol content and other proteins and minerals that can send their blood alcohol level skyrocketing very rapidly. There is an enzyme called tyrosine decarboxylase, which degrades the drinking alcohol into neurotransmitter dopamine that makes you feel intoxicated or euphoric, just like…

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Make a Reservation

Warm up by our fireplace. Call ahead to reserve your seat at the table! 360-766-6185

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Featured Wine: Domaine Magdalena Cabernet Sauvignon

(Bin #1114 $87) This sophisticated, balanced Washington Red is everything a Cabernet from Red Mountain should be. It’s fine tannins accent the beautiful notes of blackberry, rose petal and earth. Domaine Magdalena is not only beautifully made but also thoughtfully made. The wine undergoes wild yeast fermentation, is unfiltered and is Demeter certified biodynamic. This wine can stand alone but would pair nicely with so many of our dishes including our vegetarian and wild game options.

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For Your Favorite Foodies

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Call 360.766.6185

+ Closing times may vary seasonally so please call for a reservation if wishing to dine after 8pm.

+ It is our policy not to seat parties with children under 9 years of age unless our downstairs dining room is unoccupied.



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