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Category: Seafood
wine seafood pairings at the oyster bar in may

5 Healthy Seafood and Wine Pairings

Try new fresh seafood – wine matchings to enrich your dining experience with the Oyster Bar upgraded menu, Chuckanut Drive! The benefits of eating seafood Pleasant weather signals a natural urge to sit outside, sipping a glass of fine wine with a light meal. The terrace of Oyster Bar calls for relaxing and enjoying beautiful…

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Copper River Salmon is in!

Alaska’s Copper River salmon harvest has begun, and the first fresh salmon of the season arrived at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport Tuesday morning. AND THE OYSTER BAR prepares the Copper River Alaska King Salmon to perfection!  It is absolutely the best Salmon! Find out more about why Copper River Salmon is the world’s finest salmon.  …

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The Future of Wild Salmon

Salmon is one of the most well-known fishes in the all the world. At “The Oyster Bar,” we certainly have some wonderful salmon dishes for you to get your taste-buds watering. But, some have be wondering if the future of salmon is danger. There certainly is a lot going on in our world that is…

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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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Smoked Salmon chowder, Fresh northwest seafood, oyster bar

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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Is Halibut Really Better?

Halibut is one of the most well-known seafood options in the world. But, there is a lot of debate on the true value of this fish. To start, the Atlantic halibut, in specific, is the biggest flatfish in the entire world. So, in terms of size, it is truly better than any other flatfish. Still,…

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Steak and Shrimp

Fresh Gulf Coast Blue Prawns

We know you have many seafood choices. But, the Fresh Gulf Coast Blue Prawns on The Oyster Bar Menu need a look. Fresh Gulf Coast Blue Prawns live in a lot of places besides its namesake. They are found in other tropical locations such as Hawaii and Brazil. The name comes from the blue tail…

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2020 Seafood Consumption

Over-exploitation of seafood has been more and more of a concern in the 21st Century. Between 1974-1980, 90% of fish stocks were not over-exploited, which meant that 90% of the fish stocks were producing seafood quicker than they were taking it out for consumption. But, in 2020, the world is nearing 60% of fish stocks…

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How The Pandemic Is Affecting Seafood

The pandemic has changed life as we know it over the last year. The effects of COVID-19 have also made an impact on the seafood business, as well. With most of the country on lock-down, the normal 63% of people cooking seafood increased with people eating-in more than ever before. But, as meats go, many…

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Featured Wine: Paraduxx Proprietary Red Wine

This complex and expressive wine is produced by the Duckhorn Wine Company in Napa Valley. Its aromas of cranberry and red current lead into notes of clove and black tea. The long lush finish is punctuated with flavors of chocolate and warm spices. This Cabernet based red blend is perfect for Fall sipping.

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For Your Favorite Foodies

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