We went there to get Oysters on the half shell. The woman who worked there was really informative and super interesting the more we spent time with her, as she shuck the oysters for us. We ate them outside on the picnic table which was interesting since this is mostly for take out and not for ambience, We loved the... 更多
A must-visit place if you love oysters. We bought a half gallon bucket of medium size oyster for $30. The oysters were very fresh and tasty. We steamed some and ate some raw. Both ways were as delicious.
We frequently stop here on our way home to Corvallis. It's a nice drive along the river to Toledo. When staff is shucking oysters, it's fun to watch from front row standing room in the sales area. We purchase the extra small size. They are a bit more expensive, but worth the cost. Each container is packed in ice. You... 更多
We love fresh oysters, and this is one of the best places along the coast for them. Good service, good prices, and really fresh. Check out the operation while you are there.
I have been coming to this stretch of the Oregon Coast since I was a wee child but some how I only just discovered the Oregon Oyster Farms. I was picking yo some seafood from another place in town and saw the containers of oysters labeled "Oregon Oyster Farms" so I did a quick search - saw they were only... 更多
If you are looking for the freshest raw oysters and steamers, look no further! This place is wonderful and the staff are great. We get oysters and steamers here every time we are on the Oregon Coast and we've never been disappointed. Get some while they last!
If you love oysters and are in the Newport area you must try this place. The drive to their location is absolutely beautiful, and I was amazed at the mounds of oyster shells surrounding the farm. We ended-up buying a dozen in the shell and two-dozen already shucked... The staff was super friendly and if you get there early enough... 更多
Prettiest drive in newport. Seven miles to the oyster farm. Get 'em to go. Drive back towards newport but stop at Sawyers marina, buy a beer there an eat them on their deck (not dock) it's okay