$1.25 Oysters | Every Thursday @ 4 p.m. (’til we run out)
$6.50 House Lager Pints | $20 House Lager Pitchers dine-in only
San Quintin, Baja California
These have their own special clean-tasting, full-bodied flavor. They range between 3.5-4” inches in size with a semi-firm texture. A harder shell results in fewer flakes, while a deep cup houses a supple liquor and ocean-fresh brininess that lingers with a sea grass finish.
Baja California, Mexico
Grown from a single seed all the way to market size off the bottom, Kumiai Oysters have great shape and clean shell. Their unique flavor gives a crisp saltiness at first and a sweet finish.
Drawn from the Chesapeake Bay’s median salt range, Stingrays are the quintessential Chesapeake Bay oyster: sweet and mildly brawny with a clean, crisp finished.
Pickering Passage, Washington
Beach-grown in bottom bags, these oysters are naturally tumbled by the wave action and tidal cycles. They have a medium brine with a bright cucumber finish and average 3″ in size.
*Consuming raw seafood or shellfish may increase your risk of food borne illness