island creek oysters has a new waterfront raw bar
You can taste them from their sources this summer.
Earlier this month, Island Creek oysters at 11-
The acre waterfront hotel is located in the Bay of Duke sbury and has an immersive farm experience.
\"We want people to be able to come down here later on you and learn more about Island Creek and aquaculture and actually eat it in the case of farm growing products, chris Sherman, president of Island Creek, said.
The beach bar allows guests to enjoy local cuisine while seeing ongoing oyster farming --sourced fare.
\"I think people have a lot of interest in really starting to connect points across the farm --to-
\"Table sports, not just in the words of the menu, actually, go out and meet people who raise oysters,\" Sherman said . \". “See the place.
Smell the smell.
\"The menu is similar to the raw bar and shellfish market in Island Creek, Portland, Maine.
The food in dukesbury includes clams, shrimps and, of course, oysters.
\"When smelling the salt air in the Duke\'s Bay and watching them get harvested, it\'s hard to beat the Island Creek oysters,\" Sherman said . \".
\"It\'s obvious, but it\'s definitely not-to-miss item.
\"The oysters of other growers in dukesbury, Plymouth and Kingston, Rhode Island are also featured.
Seafood selection is made of canned fish from Spanish brand ramon Peña and Island Creek caviar.
In terms of drinks, there are a variety of beers, canned cocktails, large format rose wine and wine.
\"We provide a bunch of local beers,\" Sherman said . \".
Many of them come from Boston and the South Bank.
\"We have highlighted unknown breweries in situate,\" he added . \".
Scenes from the original bar include an Island Creek Oyster food truck, a communal driftwood table and a bunch of picnic tables, all set up under a string of flashing lights.
When guests don\'t complain, they can challenge each other with lawn games or observe the installations of local artists.
The original bar is just one aspect of a larger planned Island Creek, and its Duxbury farm is a former marine research lab that the company bought last winter.
Sherman said: \"Our goal is not just to turn it into our headquarters, but to become a real Aquaculture Center in the northeast, a large part of which is public propaganda, education, not only do people have the opportunity to come to the island Creek brand, but in a wide range of conversations about farming shellfish in the northeast.
\"The bar is open from noon to dusk from Tuesday to Sunday.
There is no deadline for the season, although Sherman says it will remain open, \"it is not possible to peel oysters until it is too cold.
\"You can find more information about the original bar by calling 781-934-
2028 or on Instagram at Island Creek. The Raw Bar;
401 Washington Street