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Oyster-Quickie-Sticker-Dec2016-1aIt’s the most wonderful time … for Oysters!

Cheesy? You bet. But also true.  You see, as the water cools, the Oyster packs on weight in anticipation of a cold and foodless winter. Much like the mighty bear, Oysters are going to be at their plumpest right before the cold season begins.  It’s a great time to join us and eat some.

It’s also a great time for taking Oysters home with you. We’re always happy to shuck them for you, but if you don’t want to eat them right away, or if you just want the hero points yourself, the Oyster Quickie is the best deal going. 24 ROD Wild Choice Oysters (off our own beds in 9 Mile Creek, PEI), packed in a wooden box for easy transport. $38, all in. And no waiting.

Did you know that the country of France sees half its  annual Oyster consumption between Christmas and New Year’s? They go hard.

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This Holiday, we'll be open til 2PM on the 24th of December(takeout til 3), and back at it on the 27th. Closed again on the 1st and 2nd. Welcome to 2017!

Monday

11:30 am – 10 pm | Oysters 'til 11 pm

Tuesday

11:30 am – 10 pm | Oysters 'til 11 pm

Wednesday

11:30 am – 11 pm | Oysters 'till 12 am

Thursday

11:30 am – 11 pm | Oysters 'till 12 am

Friday

11:30 – 12 am | Oysters 'til 1 am

Saturday

11:30 – 12 am | Oysters 'til 1 am

Closed Sundays

Catering

Catering, like oysters, is in our blood.

Long before Rodney “The Oysterman” opened his first restaurant, he brought the magic of the mollusk to Upper Canadians in their homes and at their events. Good shellfish, prepared simply and knowledgeably, and served with Maritime hospitality were the cornerstones of this catering business – and these values still hold true today

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