Tomales Bay Oyster Company

One of my favorite things about having more than one best friend is having different things in common with each of them. With Eva, we share a foodie soul, a neverending love for trying new foods and dining experiences. For her 26th birthday, she reserved a table at the Tomales Bay Oyster Company where we ate our weight in oysters, cheese and charcuterie. Talk about a good day.

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So much good food and laughs shared amongst friends. Oh and the oysters... the oysters... I still dream of them. I love mine raw, with a good hearty squeeze of lemon and a sprinkle of Tapatio. Shucking oysters is hard work, but well worth it. We were even able to bring our pups, who were a handful but a big hit with the kids.

If you plan on hitting up Tomales Bay Oyster Company (which is about an hour and a half north of San Francisco), make sure you've reserved a table in advance, pack an ice chest to keep your oysters cool and bring good food, friends and appetites. Also, don't bother dressing up too much if you plan on shucking oysters (which you should, it's fun!). It's a messy worthwhile activity.

Do you like oysters?Β Have you ever shucked an oyster? Better yet, where you live, is there an oyster destination I have to visit??



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8 thoughts on “Tomales Bay Oyster Company

  1. I'm not a huge oyster fan, but this looks like a lot of fun! I grew up in Blue Point, NY, a small town on the south shore of Long Island, NY. We were famous for our oysters! They don't all come from my little town anymore, but apparently a particular variety of oyster still holds the original name!

    1. Evani C

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      I'll have to keep a lookout for blue point oysters! If you ever hear of worthy destinations for oyster aficionados like myself on your side of the US, let me know. πŸ™‚

    1. Evani C

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      If oysters were a food group, I would be all set. You gotta try shucking your own sometime Alyssa, you'd love it!

  2. Eva

    I was so excited to read this blog... haha Thanks for coming to my oyster shucking birthday, Roomsky! I'm glad you were able to shuck and eat some yummy oysters.

    Really love your photos... that action shot with the tapatio in mid-splash though.. hahaha! Brilliant πŸ™‚

  3. Those oysters look amazing! I tried them for the first time a few years ago and have been hooked ever since. I prefer the sweeter west coast ones but the east coast ones are tasty too.

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