Grilled Monterey Squid bok choi, singapore chili glaze, cashews
Goat Cheese Dip old bay potato chips
Happy Hour $1 Each
Everyday 11:30am-5:30pm Featured Oyster.
Today’s Featured Oyster
Each. A Daily Selected Oyster Served With Citrus Jalapeñomignonette
Ordered By 5:30pm
Chef’s Selected Oyster Platters
Dungeness Crab Cocktail
Gulf Shrimp Cocktail
Maine Lobster half or whole
Dungeness half or whole
Iced Shellfish Platters
The Five Species Of Oysters
Pacific c. gigas. popularly known as miyagi. quick growing oysters found from baja california to alaska. fluted, jagged, multi-colored shells. creamy, briny oysters that finish with a wide range of fruit and vegetal notes.
Atlantic c. virginica. native to the east coast, these tear-drop shaped oysters range from the gulf of mexico to the canadian maritimes. smooth shells, uniform color, generally crisper and brighter, delivering a clean brininess with a mineral, savory finish.
Kumamoto c. sikamea. now extinct in their native waters of japan, this popular and slow growing variety is known for its deep cup, creamy texture, and cucumbermelon finish.
European Flat o. edulis. popularly known as belon from the river of the same name in france. rarely found in u.s. establishments, this larger, flat oyster is considered by many to be the cadillac of oysters. they have a large, plump texture that hits you with coppery, metallic notes, finishing with a strong, gamey flavor that lingers for many minutes.
Olympia o. lurida. the only native oyster to the pacific coast, san francisco bay once teemed with olympias. overfished following the gold rush, this now-rare oyster is very slow and fickle in its growth. a smaller cousin to the european flat, this quarter-sized, shallow-cupped oyster packs an overwhelming punch of flavor. sweet cream, celery salt, and copper linger on the palate.
Drakes Bay drakes estero (c. gigas) bag-to-beach grown by the lunny family; briny touch of bitter herb
Humboldt Kumamoto humboldt bay (c. sikamea) long-line culch grown by coast seafoods, slow to market size; buttery, honeydew melon finish