1 B-Town Kitchen & Raw Bar
B-Town is so dedicated to seafood, they have a separate raw bar menu. You can choose from a daily selection of Dabob, Deer Creek, Kumamoto, Kusshi, and Miyagi oysters, which can be ordered by the piece or by the half or a whole dozen.
714 Lakeway Dr., Bellingham
360.392.6520 | btownkitchen.com
2 The Oyster Bar
This Chuckanut spot has an impressive list of oysters from both local and national areas. Raw oysters are served with pink grapefruit and spruce tip mignonette. If you prefer them cooked, try the Baked Oysters with pancetta, heirloom tomato, chives, creamed spinach, and herbed bread crumbs.
2578 Chuckanut Dr., Bow
360.766.6185 | theoysterbar.net
3 The Mansion Restaurant
Sample local San Juan seafood at The Mansion Restaurant at Rosario Resort. Try the Orcas Island Oysters served with lemon and mignonette, or get the half dozen fried oysters with house-made tartar sauce and scallions.
1400 Rosario Rd., Eastsound
360.376.2222 | rosarioresort.com
4 The Oyster & Thistle Restaurant & Pub
Head to La Conner for this oyster-filled menu. Order from three different varieties of shucked oysters, or go for the Baked Samish Bay Oysters with aioli. The menu also features fettuccine and caesar salad with oyster options.
205 E. Washington St., La Conner
360.766.6179 | theoysterandthistle.com
5 Bayou on Bay
Explore Bayou’s Cajun-inspired menu, with options including the oyster po’ boy or fried oyster small plate. If you’re feeling adventurous, go for the oyster shooters with five kinds of vodka in flavors like ginger or jalapeno.
1300 Bay St., Bellingham
360.752.2968 | bayouonbay.com
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