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One cashier for for about 100 people in line. That one cashier is shucking oysters, serving beer and ringing up people who are getting their seafood to go. Absolutely ridiculous. Need to separate the store from the restaurant and hire more help. Congratulations on ruining...More
If you love oysters, you HAVE to go. Went with a couple of friends down Chukanut Drive to check out Taylor Shellfish, home of Fanny Bay oysters. What an experience! After a long, circuitous drive down towards the water from I-5, we finally ended up...More
Great spot. We went on a chilly, wet November day. Sat outside (undercover), sipped wine and ate the best oysters I've ever had. Very much off the beaten path, which just added to the ambiance. Reminded me why I love my Pacific Northwest home...
Drove a considerable distance to visit this place by the sea.It was worthwhile because we truly enjoyed the oysters.There were 5 types of oysters namely Pacific ( 0.95),Totten Virginica ( $1.60),Shigoku($1.35),Kumamoto ($1.50) and Kusshi ( $1.50).There was also a larger oyster which is for grilling.Besides...More
Its a little off the beaten path, but, I will go back every time I am in the area. You walk in, order the Oysters that you want, go outside where there are grills a blazing and tables set up with Oyster Knoves and gloves....More
Where do you get quick tutorial on shucking oysters, then practice your new found skill on a variety of Pacific Northwest farmed varieties, and finally enjoy the fresh oysters @ roughly $1.30 per oyster.
The setting is an open picnic area at the shell farm...More
We planned to have a picnic but no parking and no tables and you can NOT bring in your own food anymore.... so we bought oysters and brought them home. Oysters were truly delicious. Not cheap, but well worth the price!
We wanted to do a trip there
Looked on their website Today!!!
They said we could have a picnic there with all our own supplies
We brought wine, sourdough,
Butter & everything to have a picnic
We were going to buy Oysters &
Unfortunately we had a craving for fresh oysters along with everyone else. Parking was a zoo, no one directing traffic; also no handicapped parking, necessary as we are two disabled vets and couldn't have walked down the hill from any available parking. Apparently it has...More
Response from AvalonFlyBird | Reviewed this property |
Taylor's have BBQ. I am not sure if they have boiling facilities. They have just remodelled their premises, adding a bigger indoor eating areas and a much bigger picnic areal with tables and BBQs rite on the beach. I... More
Taylor's have BBQ. I am not sure if they have boiling facilities. They have just remodelled their premises, adding a bigger indoor eating areas and a much bigger picnic areal with tables and BBQs rite on the beach. I suggest that you contact Taylors directly. Good luck and ENJOY