10th Annual Oyster Festival, September 13 - October 10
Back by popular demand, our 10th annual oyster festival is a celebration of all things oyster. Everyone is invited - mavens of the mollusk and oyster newbies - all who share the belief in the idiomatic saying, "the world is your oyster."
(beverage, tax and gratuity not included)
Fried Oysters 3 for $10
blue cheese, celery hearts, radish
cole slaw, bbq mayo
Sriracha Lime Oyster
roasted corn salsa, crispy shallots
bacon, lettuce, tomato, chipotle mayo
Baked Oysters 3 for $12
Lobster Spinach Oyster
cheese, herbed crumbs
Crab & Cheese Oyster
jonah crab, horseradish, cheddar, cream cheese
shrimp garlic butter, white wine
smoked chorizo butter, fresh herbs
Each day we'll be shucking from these varieties - ask your server what's available.
medium brine with contrasting sweet and clean finish
iconic Cape oysters with solid brine, creamy finish
medium brine, meaty body, crisp finish
plump meat with clean and sweet finish
Martha's Vineyard, MA
extremely plump meat, mild brine, smooth finish
Damariscotta River, ME
solid brine, clean buttery finish
low salinity, melon aroma, mineral finish
Narragansett Bay, RI
burst of salinity upfront with a pleasant limestone finish
Waquoit Bay, MA
plump meat with mild brine and umami finish
clean, tender meat with pleasant mix of butter and brine
Damariscotta River, ME
extremely meaty with strong brine and a hint of citrus
Bouctouche Bay, New Brunswick
clean, delicate meat with mild brine and unexpected sweetness
Puget Sound, WA
deep cup with medium brine and hint of asparagus
And the official drink of Oyster Festival 2018:
Tito’s Handmade Vodka, muddled cucumber, lime, grapefruit bitters
Events in MA
Celebrate oysters at our special events:
Shellfish Shindig: A "shuckout" with $1 oysters at the outside Terrace Bar.
Saturday, September 15 from 2 - 4pm at Charles Square, Cambridge
Mollusk Mania: An everything oysters party, featuring a raw bar of 6 varieties as well as 4 prepared appetizers.
Sunday, September 23 from 1 - 3pm at Legal Harborside, Boston
Oysters taste good and they're good for you. The health benefits of oysters come by the bushel. The bivalves are rich in protein, low in fat and calories, low in cholesterol, chock-full of vitamins and nature's best source of zinc. And we test all of our oysters for purity in our in-house laboratory at our Quality Control Center. Slurp’s up!
*Served raw or undercooked, or contains (or may contain) raw or undercooked ingredients. Consuming raw or undercooked meats, poultry, seafood, shellfish, or eggs may increase your risk of foodborne illness, especially if you have certain medical conditions.