This review is for those who want to reserve a table to shuck your own oysters.
A true highlight of 2014 for me. If you love oysters and don’t mind shucking them, this is the place for you. Go with a group and try to do the morning booking (I believe there's one at 10:30 am - 2:00 pm) because it gets super packed there. You must reserve a table in advance. The cost for a table reservation is around $5 per person. Once you get there, it’s valet parking only (it’s free so all you have to do is tip them). Once you arrive, walk toward the bathrooms and on your left hand side you’ll see an area with lots of tables. That’s where you check in for your table. At the check in, they stamp your hand so that you can order your oysters. After this, you set up your assigned table, then walk to the oyster ordering area (which is where you left your car), you show them your stamp and that lets them know you have a reserved table. They show you how to shuck the oyster and provide you with a glove, knife, tray and ice. The prices are pretty affordable – you buy oysters by the dozen and the small ones are around $11 a dozen. Some good things to know: you can bring your own alcohol (beer, wine, bubbly), you can bring your own food (they have BBQs so bring charcoal, fire fluid and matches and you can make burgers if you want), it’s nice to bring a throwaway table cloth, but not necessary. I would recommend bringing a disposable try to clean the oysters in (like one of those aluminum turkey trays you use during thanksgiving. Though the oysters are clean, you might want to rinse them off. This tray is great to put the ice and the oysters in because they have to stay cold, especially in warm weather otherwise you can get sick). Bring your own lemons, plates, knives, cups, etc…and condiments (hot sauce like Tabasco is provided on the table).