The Sandbar in Vancouver Opens Oyster Bar for End of Week Shucking

Popular for its waterfront location, the Sandbar is equally known for its celebration of fresh, local, and sustainable seafood.

The restaurant has recently launched a new bivalve option that’s sure to complement their existing sushi bar and happy hour options.

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The Sandbar in Vancouver Opens Oyster Bar for End of Week Shucking

A Vancouver Newcomer’s Observations Vol 7: Oyster Loyalty

Photo: Narcity

Photo: Narcity

Hey Vancouver! I’m Britanny, and I’ve been calling Vancouver home for a just couple of short months. After what I’ve been told was one of the gloomier Vancouver Octobers, I can confidently say I’m here to stay. It was absolutely tolerable. In fact, I loved every fresh, rain-smelling minute. I’ve come to realize a whole lot of things about this city since arriving, many of them seafood related, of course!

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A Vancouver Newcomer’s Observations Vol 7: Oyster Loyalty

Celebrate World Oyster Day in Vancouver, Friday, August 5

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Oysters-3-Ways from Fanny Bay Oyster Bar

Yep. It’s a thing! Around the globe, fans of the pearl-producing mollusk gather to enjoy them in their favourite oyster bars on this special day. In Vancouver, we never need an annual reason to raise a glass (or in this case a shell) to our much-loved seafood, but here are some local hotspots offering up special deals and dishes, just for International Oyster Day.

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Celebrate World Oyster Day in Vancouver, Friday, August 5

Fanny Bay Oyster Bar Opens in Downtown Vancouver

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The Fanny Bay Oyster team

Visitors travel far for west coast oysters, and for good reason – they’re  authentic BC fare, and about as fresh as you can get, available right here in Vancouver. Continue reading:
Fanny Bay Oyster Bar Opens in Downtown Vancouver

Further Afield: Lund Shellfish Festival

The Annual Lund Shellfish Festival Sunshine Coast

If you haven’t tasted the bounty of BC’s oysters, same-day harvested and served up raw on a government dock in a quiet harbour away from it all, you haven’t lived.

Forget all you know about oysters, clams, prawns and fish, and plan a weekend getaway to scenic Lund, on the upper Sunshine Coast (Powell River) this May 27-29.

Foodies from as far away as Colorado, Texas, Montreal and even overseas come for this unique opportunity to rub elbows with the locals and dine on some of the freshest seafood you will ever taste, in one of BC’s tiniest and most scenic harbours only a few hours from Vancouver.

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Further Afield: Lund Shellfish Festival