Best oyster bars in Vancouver
By Vancity Buzz
Rodney's Oyster House
Plated by oyster-shucking professionals, Rodney’s serves their oysters with a range of house-made sauces.
Chewies Steam & Oyster Bar
Whether they're steamed, stewed, or served nude, Chewies always has a wide range of fresh oysters on offer, from both the West and East Coasts.
Downtown’s iconic seafood and chop house Joe Fortes serves a large selection of freshly shucked West Coast and East Coast oysters.
Merchant’s Oyster Bar
Merchant’s Oyster Bar almost exclusively sources their oysters from the West Coast.
Boulevard Kitchen & Oyster Bar
Boulevard Kitchen & Oyster Bar serves a seasonal selection of West and East Coast oysters along with an array of sauces that include shallot mignonette, a house-made cocktail sauce, and Thai espuma.
Blue Water Cafe + Raw Bar
Served on ice, Blue Water Cafe's line up of oysters include the delicate briny flavoured Beach Angel oyster, the plump mildly Salty Read Island oyster, and the ultra-smooth Gorge Inlet oyster.
Beach Bay Café
With approachable ocean-centric fare being the name of the game at this relaxing sea-side eatery, it should come as no surprise that Beach Bay Café serves up a delicious plate of West Coast oysters.
Ancora Waterfront Dining and Patio
Soak up Ancora’s waterfront views while enjoying a plate of freshly shucked oysters.
This seafood-focused restaurant has an amazing selection of oysters.
Delivered daily, oysters at this Chinatown eatery are served three ways: raw, steamed, and fried.
WildTale Coastal Grill
Sourcing heavily from the West Coast, seafood-centric WildTale has a menu that includes oysters in several iterations.
Bao Down Gastropub + Raw Bar
Bao Down’s recently launched Gastropub + Raw Bar in Olympic Village features prawns, poke, and $1.50-a-shuck oysters, of the East Coast and West Coast variety.
This nautical-themed restaurant offers Buck-a-Shuck oysters, and a $1 feature oyster, which is available all day, seven days a week.