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 and then baked to perfection. If you’re looking for a tasty way to start your meal, be sure to order our baked oysters!

The Best Place to Eat Baked Oysters

When it comes to where to eat baked oysters, is definitely one of the best places in the area. Not only do we serve delicious dishes made with fresh ingredients, but you’ll also get excellent customer service and an upscale atmosphere that you simply can’t find anywhere else.

In 2000, the restaurant was remodeled, and it now features a lodge atmosphere that complements the natural beauty and trees surrounding it. The beautiful views of the San Juan Islands provide the ideal setting for delectable meals served at candlelit tables. The wine cellar has consistently won the Best of Award of Excellence and provides an enticing selection of wine from all over the world to wine enthusiasts.

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 of ingredients yielding a tasty dish that you are sure to love.

Our extensive wine cellar also has the perfect wines to compliment your oysters. Some of the best wines to pair with our oysters include:

  • Muscadet – With a crispy, refreshing taste and the subtle saltiness of oysters, Muscadet is an excellent wine to enjoy with these baked bivalves
  • Chablis – A dry, minerally wine that goes well with all kinds of seafood, including oysters.
  • Sancerre –  A pleasant, clean flavor with a delicate mineral undertone. Sancerre tastes excellent with shellfish, including oysters, lobster, crabmeat, shrimp, and clams. 

Where Do They Have Baked Oysters?

For more information about where to eat baked oysters, be sure to visit us at The Oyster Bar. We’re happy to answer any questions you might have and help you choose something delicious from our menu. We also have local raw oysters from Samish Bay, Willapa Bay, and Bellingham Bay. They pair well with our other seafood dishes like the Cedar Roasted Salmon, Crab Cakes, and Fresh Alaskan Halibut Tacos. We can’t wait for your visit!

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