We sell our oysters by the piece, half a dozen or a dozen. You can also try our mixed plate, or ask our knowledgeable staff.

Did you know we opened more than 9,000,000 oysters so far?

  • Aspy bay | (Nova Scotia) Slightly salty, meaty
  • Bagaduce | (Maine) Meaty, juicy
  • Beach Angel | (British Colombia) Briny flavour robust finish,cucumber taste
  • Beausoleil | (New Brunswick) Mild, mineral
  • Belon | (Nova Scotia) Medium size, hazelnut long finish
  • Black Pearl | (British Colombia) Small but with a lot of flavor, watermelon
  • Blackberry Bay | (Prince Edward Island) High salinity, meaty
  • Blue Point | (Long Island) Mild, plump
  • Bras D’Or | (Nova Scotia) Salty, juicy
  • Buckley Bay | (British Colombia) Sweet, vegetable finish
  • Cap-Breton | (Nova Scotia) Salty, meaty
  • Caraquet | (New Brunswick) Medium salinity, sweet, plump, firm texture
  • Carr’s | (Prince Edward Island) Smooth, caramel, taste to body
  • Cavendish | (Prince Edward Island) Salty, sweet
  • Chedabucto | (Nova Scotia) Medium salinity, mineral
  • Chef’s Creek | (Washington) Salty, cucumber finish, meaty
  • Chincatinque | (Virginia) Light, vegetable finish
  • Chippigane | (New Brunswick) Meaty, strong salinity
  • Cockenoe | (Bay Harbor, Long Island) Strong salinity, earthy after taste
  • Colville Bay | (Prince Edward Island) Sweet, watermelon finish
  • Conway Cup | (Prince Edward Island) Mild, mineral
  • Cooke’s Cove | (Prince Edward Island) Mild taste, sweet finish
  • Cotuit | (Cape Cod, Massachusetts) Plump, fairly salty
  • Debob Bay | (Washington) Creamy, very salty
  • Duke | (Prince Edward Island) Sweet, grassy and earthy finish
  • Eagle Creek | (Washington) Creamy, mild salinity
  • Eel lake | (Nova Scotia) Plump delicious oyster intense taste,
    strong salinity, mushrooms
  • Fanny Bay | (Baynes, Sound, Vancouver Island) Creamy, cucumber taste
  • Fine de Claire | (France) Salty, meaty
  • Fire River | (New Brunswick) Briny flavour, juicy
  • Fox Island | (Nova Scotia) Very salty, juicy
  • Gems | (British Colombia) Creamy, grassy after taste
  • Gigamoto | (British Colombia) Mineral, creamy, butter finish
  • Glidden Point | (Maine) Meaty, juicy
  • Gooseberry Bay | (Prince Edward Island) Salty, sweet
  • Grand Entrée | (Magdalen Islands) Mild, salty, very meaty
  • Grosse île | (Magdelan Islands) Meaty, spicy
  • Gulf Star | (Florida) Salty, juicy
  • Hamma Hamma | (Washington) Firm, mild
  • Hood Canal | (Washington) Deep cupped classic West Coast oyster, salty, mineral
  • Indian Creek | (Prince Edward Island) Sweet, earty finish
  • Island Creek | (Massachusetts) Juicy, citrus fruit finish
  • J’adore | (Prince Edward Island) Salty, sweet
  • Kawa Kawa | (New Zealand) Mineral, creamy, milky
  • Kusshi | (British Colombia) Cantaloup, cucumber
  • Kumamoto | (Washington) Originally from Japan, small oyster,
    exotic, butter finish
  • Lady Chatterly | (Nova Scotia) Light, salty, meaty, citrus fruit finish
  • Lamèque | (New Brunswick) Very salty, vegetable taste
  • Little Harbour | (Nova Scotia) Slightly salty, fatty
  • Lucky Lime | (Prince Edward Island) Salty, sweet
  • Lucy’s Legs | (New Brunswick) Mild, mineral
  • Malaspina | (Oregon) Medium size, creamy, succulent
  • Malagash | (Prince Edward Island) Salty, juicy
  • Malpeque | (Prince Edward Island) Easiest to eat, light in flavor, sweat mild finish
  • Marina Gold | (British Columbia) This oyster is grown in the remote and wild outer islands creamy full intense
  • Martha’s Vineyard | (Virginia) Salty, seaweed finish
  • Merigomish | (Nova Scotia) Slightly salty, mushroom taste
  • Mystic | (Connecticut) Salty, earthy, truffle
  • Nantucket | (New England) Sweet, mild, slightly briny, coppery finish
  • North Point | (Prince Edward Island) Light in flavor, sweet mild finish
  • Onset Bay | (Massachussets) Pronounced salinity, grassy,
    vegetable notes, lingering finish
  • Paramour | (Virginia) Creamy, ocean taste
  • Peaconic Bay | (Long Island) Small oyster, sweet, mild, a bit briny
  • Pearl Bay | (British Columbia) Mild, meaty, watermelon flavor
  • Pearl Point | (Washington) Medium size, slightly metallic, creamy texture
  • Pemaquid | (Maine) Firm, sweet, a hint of almond
  • Pickering Pass | (California) Light, juicy, mineral
  • Pickle point | (Prince Edward Island) Chunky, mild salinity, milked
  • Pine Island | (New York) Sweet, slightly salty, fruity
  • Prudence | (Rhode Island) Salty, mild, juicy
  • Pugwash | (Nova Scotia) Salty, sweet finish
  • Raspberry Point | (Prince Edward Island) Salty, sweet
  • Rocky Side | (Nova Scotia) Salty, juicy
  • Royal Miyagi | (Washington) Medium size, plump, creamy, kiwi flavor
  • Ruisseau | (Nova Scotia) Juicy
  • Sakannet | (Rhode Island) Mild, very tasty
  • Saint Simon | (New Brunswick) Small, salty
  • Salt Pond | (Rhode Islande) Mild salinity, crisp, clean ocean flavor
  • Salutation Co | (Prince Edward Island) Similar to Malpeque but sweeter
  • Samish Bay | (Washington) Mild, slightly mineral
  • Sea Angel | (British Colombia) Very meaty, vegetable taste
  • Shediac | (New Brunswick) Crisp full taste firm
  • Shiny Seas | (Prince Edward Island) Mild salinity, sweet grassy finish
  • Sinku | (British Columbia) West coast winner, honey melon flavor, creamy
  • Sister Point | (Washington) Delicate sweet flavor cucumber aftertaste
  • Shan Daph | (Nova Scotia) Meaty, slightly salty
  • Skokomish | (Washington) Creamy, buttery taste
  • Small islanders | (British Columbia) Fresh and sweet
  • Stellar Bay, Belon | (British Columbia) Meaty, very tasty
  • Stellar gold | (British Columbia) Cucumber and melon taste, sweet and creamy
  • South Lake | (Cape Breton) Salty, juicy
  • Snow Creek | (Oregon) Medium size, slightly briny finish
  • Spinney creek | (Maine) Mild salinity, crunchy, cooper finish
  • Steamboat | (Washington) Watermelon finish
  • Sweet point | (Cape Breton) Sweet and earthy taste
  • Summer Ice | (British Columbia) Sweet finish, very meaty
  • Tatamagouche | (Nova Scotia) Medium size, clean, crisp,
    lettuce like finish, best of NV
  • Top drawer | (British Colombia) This is a tray oyster a pampered oyster grown in fast moving tides sweet flavor, persistent finish
  • Thrumcaps | (Nova Scotia) Mild, vegetable and mushroom finish
  • Village Bay | (New Brunswick) Mild, mineral
  • Watchill | (Long Island) Salty, truffles
  • Wawenuk | (Maine) Juicy, chunky, briny
  • Wianno Mass | (Cape Cod) Sweet
  • Wellfleet | (Massachusetts) America’s favorite oyster, sweet crisp, salty,
    slight mushroom taste
  • Yaquino | (Oregon) Very salty, fruity finish

Please Note: Oysters are subject to availability

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