Tuesday: 12:00pm – 7:00pm
Wednesday: 12:00pm – 7:00pm
Thursday: 12:00pm – 7:00pm
Friday: 11:00am – 9:00pm
Saturday: 11:00am – 9:00pm
Sunday: 11:00am – 8:00pm
“The World Is Your Oyster.” – Origin Unknown
You don’t find oysters at every restaurant, it’s not on every menu. For food enthusiast Luke Nguyen, he ordered oysters every chance he had; when available… Though he never made much of them, it was just another appetizer on the menu and it was a fun way to get everyone together at the table to make a toast to a good meal.
This was up until a spontaneous trip to an oyster farm down in San Diego planned by his lovely girlfriend, the two learned much more about the oysters they were ‘just’ eating. From the different names of oysters, different beds of waters they come from that make up the uniqueness of each oyster. And most importantly, all the hard work and time that goes into farming oysters so that we are able to enjoy.
As time went on, they learned and tasted more and more oysters to understand the flavors and delicacy of oysters. From then, the two decided that since they were so fortunate enough to enjoy and learn about the beauty of oysters, they must pay it forward and share it with everyone. That is when Oy, Oysters! was born.
After long research and many oysters shucked and tasted, Oy, Oysters! pride themselves on sourcing and serving the freshest oysters available (some oysters are even as fresh as a day after harvested). Working with farms from the beautiful seas of North America, from coast to coast in the Northern Atlantic Ocean: the Northeast coast of Canada is where Prince Edwards Islands lies. To the West coast, two and a half hours south of Los Angeles into Mexico is Baja California. Different oysters will be available to choose from. They are shucked when ordered for optimal freshness and served on a half shell. Along with Luke’s enjoyment of cooking, he has also created custom sauces to compliment the various oysters Oy, Oyster! has to offer.
Whether day or night, rain or shine, stop by and say Oy!