24 January, 2020, 22:30

Oysterfest, The Annual Oyster Feast At Kingfisher, Is Back October 24

If there is one Fall tradition that never gets old, it’s oyster season.

Kingfisher is hosting their 7th annual Oysterfest, a feast celebrating all things oysters, from raw to baked to fried and stewed.

On Saturday, October 24 from 10am to 2pm, drop in at Kingfisher and you’ll find a team of shuckers in the front parking lot, serving up over a dozen different varieties of these delicacies from all over the country.

“Half the fun is interacting with the local culinary community,” said Jim Murphy. “We get a lot of students and their Chef/Instructors from local programs that volunteer to shuck, it introduces the students to a new skill and promotes camaraderie within the industry. Besides it is always good to meet young cooks.”

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Pacific Oysters

  • Crystal Point (WA)
  • Marin Miyagis (WA)
  • Totem Point (WA)
  • Rainier (WA)
  • Midnight Bay (Hood Canal, WA)
  • Chef Creek (Vancouver Island, BC Canada)
  • Kumiai (MEX)

Atlantic Oysters

  • Fat Baby (NY)
  • Malpeque (VA)
  • Gulf (LA)
  • North Shore Gold (PEI, Cananda)
  • Falmouth (MA)
  • Cape Cod (MA)
  • Eastern

Oyster selection is subject to change.

If raw oysters aren’t your thing, or simply don’t satisfy your oyster craving enough, try the heartier dishes Kingfisher is offering – Guinness Oyster Stew, Oysters Rockefeller, Oysters Storyville, Fried Oysters and the New England and Manhattan Clam Chowders.

A limited version of the Kingfisher lunch menu will be offered.

For more information, visit kingfishertucson.com.

Theresa is a copywriter, food explorer and pursuer of all things creative. Find her at theresadelaney.com.

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