Whatta oyster outing weekend trip with friends...We were a group of 5 couples decided to take an adventure trip to visit Tomales Bay Oyster Company at Marshall (Point Reyes) of Northern California where is about 35 - 45 mins from North Hwy 1 San Francisco.
....Better get there early to get the picnic table with the fire pit and grill or else...Well, to be safe BYOP bring your own portable grill with charcoal, then you'll be fine. Also, BYOA-B bring your own alcohol-beers with lots of ice in the cooler, otherwise, you'll be in the middle of no-man land! And you'll pay an arm and a leg to get them about 3 miles heading north away from the place.
The Tomales Bay Oyster Company is a seafood farm raised in the hidden tranquility cove along the northern coastal of California. The oyster company has offered fresh perfectly bite size medium oyster shell and drooling chewy Manila clams unlike any unfresh oyster shell with large and milky that you get from the supermarket. We spent about $250 - $300 for a ton of oyster and Manila clams...ate til' we dropped! A dozen of oyster from any sushi or seafood restaurants will cost you as twice as 2 dozens from the Tomales Bay Company. If you call and reserve the table for a group of 10 people will cost you $75 per table with fire pit but my recommendation to you is to save the $75 for liquors & ice cooler, then find the "secret" spot toward the left on hill behind 30 feet the stand alone ladies restroom, you have your own private party instead of the crowd noise at the picnic area. With all that oyster shell and clamps we ate that day, we still want to come back for more. Definite another come back trip before the summer end. By the way, they open all year round!
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