Travel to these stunning seaside locales to enjoy your fill of the world’s most beloved bivalve.
From slurping them back with some bubbly on the beach to frying them up for a sandwich to putting down a dozen or two at happy hour, Americans just can’t get enough of oysters.
The world is your oyster at these coastal seafood bars specializing in delicious bivalves.
The Bay Area's greatest short escapes.
"Strong backs and weak minds" was the motto of John Finger when he planted his first oyster seed in Tomales Bay in 1983.
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All locations will be closed on Christmas Day, and each [...]
We have decided to end our Shuck-Your-Own picnic program at our farm. It’s the end of an era, and we’re sad to see it come to a close! We know how special these picnic tables have been for so many of you, and we hope you understand this decision has not been an easy one for us.