9th Annual Oyster Festival, September 14 - October 11

September 14, 2017

Back by popular demand, our 9th 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

Buffalo Oyster
blue cheese, celery hearts, radish

BBQ Oyster
cole slaw, bbq mayo

Sriracha Lime Oyster
roasted corn salsa, crispy shallots

Oyster BLT
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

Oyster Scampi
shrimp garlic butter, white wine

Roasted Oyster
smoked chorizo butter, fresh herbs

Raw Oysters*

Each day we'll be shucking from these varieties - ask your server what's available.

Cranberry Cove, Osterville, MA
medium brine with contrasting sweet and clean finish

Wellfleet, Wellfleet, MA 
iconic Cape oysters with solid brine, creamy finish

Standish Shore, Duxbury, MA
medium brine, meaty body, crisp finish

Cotuit, Cotuit, MA
plump meat, with clean and sweet finish

Sandy Neck, Barnstable, MA
burst of salinity upfront, prolonged ocean finish

Katama Bay, Martha’s Vineyard, MA
extremely plump meat, mild brine, smooth finish

Pemaquid, Damariscotta River, ME
lemon zest, solid brine

Glidden Point, Dodge Cove, ME
solid brine, clean buttery finish

Capital, Spencer Cove, WA
mild brine, creamy cucumber meat, mineral finish

Kumamoto, Oakland, WA
low salinity, melon aroma, mineral finish

Nasketucket, Nasketucket Bay, MA 
strong brine, fresh seaweed, zebra shell

And the official drink of Oyster Festival 2017:

Skiff Cocktail $11
Absolut Vodka, aromatized wine, lemon, botanicals, celery bitters

Event in MA

Attend our shell-shocking special event:

Shellfish Shindig: A "shuckout" with $1 oysters at the outside Terrace Bar.
Saturday, September 16 from 2-4pm - Charles Square, Cambridge

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.‚Äč