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Winespectator.com: Spotlight on The Oyster Bar on Chuckanut Drive

Thanks to Wine Spectator for their spotlight on the Oyster Bar!

“Nestled on the shore of Washington’s Samish Bay, not far from the U.S.-Canada border, is longtime Wine Spectator Restaurant Award winner the Oyster Bar on Chuckanut Drive. Holding its Best of Award of Excellence since 1985, the Oyster Bar attracts diners from both countries. The Bow, Wash., restaurant offers regional seafood-focused cuisine by chef Justin Gordon with dishes like local chanterelles with warm goat cheese, balsamic charred tomatoes, roasted garlic and crostini; cedar roasted salmon; and cioppino, a saffron-based fish stew…..”

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Elkhorn Oysters

Grown in Willapa Bay on the Washington coast, the Elkhorn Oysters have a firm meat with a high brininess and sweet flavor. This rustic-looking oyster spend part of everyday in the open air as the tide recedes. Their hard sturdy shells and barnacles protect them from predators and rough tides. You put your work in … Read more

Live Maine Lobster!

(Warning: The following blog post will create an undeniable craving for all things lobster. Read at your own risk.) You may have seen our live Maine lobster offerings on our social media feeds lately. During the month of January, our lobster entree special includes a half or whole lobster served with prime top sirloin steak, prime filet … Read more

Bellingham SeaFeast

Bellingham SeaFest You may have noticed our tweet, regarding the Oyster Shucking competition at Bellingham’s Inaugural Seafeast celebration this year. Two of our chefs, Joey and Chris, placed 2nd and 3rd in the competition. Seafeast, “a festival filled with world-renowned seafood, boat rides, demonstrations, and the arts in an authentic maritime environment” happened at Bellingham’s … Read more