11 Places To Eat Oysters Now
So shuckin' good...
They say the best months to eat oysters end in -BER, so consider the next three months prime time to get shucking—and sipping on all the beer and champagne your heart desires. You’ll find some of the best bivalves of the season at these local establishments.
On Oct. 20 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., Copperwood Tavern’s annual Shucktoberfest will offer a fun seafood spin on the Oktoberfest tradition. The event gathers some of your favorite breweries under one roof to offer more than 40 craft beers on tap and fresh Waverly Point Oysters from Virginia’s Northern Neck. General admission tickets are $29 ahead of the event and $30 at the door, and include 10 tickets (each ticket can be used for one beer sample or two oysters). Can’t make the event? You can also enjoy $1 grilled or chilled oysters and $1 off beer and wine every weekday from 4-7 p.m.
4021 Campbell Ave., Arlington