Attendees can oysters shucked raw by local growers, or roasted, grilled, and dressed by some of Charleston’s best chefs. There will also be live music, local beverages, and Charleston’s first official oyster-shucking competition.
All food and beverage is included in the ticket price. Proceeds from ticket sales and all donations made to the Charleston Oyster Social will benefit the newly formed SC Shellfish Growers Association and Lowcountry Local First.
Parking is very limited, so guests are encouraged to use a ride-share service or carpool.
Participating Restaurants Include:
- The Ordinary
- Bowen’s Island Restaurant
- Obstinate Daughter
- Le Farfalle
- Delaney Oyster House
- Binky’s Oyster Bar
- The Macintosh
- The Grocery
- Home Team BBQ
- Leon’s Oyster Shop
- Chubby Fish
- Rappahannock Oyster Bar
Local Shellfish Growers Include:
- Barrier Island Oyster Co.
- Clammer Dave
- Toogoodoo Oyster Co.
- Lady’s Island Oyster
- Lowcountry Oyster Company
- Charleston Oyster Farm
- Tarvin Seafood
Beverage Partners Include:
- Grassroots Wine
- High Wire Distilling Co.
- Cannonborough Craft Sodas
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