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Half Shells on the Harbor
November 14 @ 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
This Tide to Table event features fresh oyster tastings as local chefs come together to showcase their spin on this coastal classic. From Raw Oysters provided by Grayson Bay Oyster Company to Oyster Rockefeller served by East Pass Seafood & Oyster House, enjoy a variety of preparations and flavors while sipping on spirits, craft beers, and wines. Timbercreek Distillery, Goat Island Brewery, Terrapin Beer Company, Oyster City Brewing Company, and more! Tipsy Mule will be showcasing their champagne wall for a sip of sparkling wine or a cocktail, and Whim Cotton Candy will be preparing custom flavored cotton candy for everyone with a sweet tooth!
Live music by Longleaf Drive on the Main Stage. Don’t miss this Shuckin’ Good Time on the Destin Harbor!
The inaugural event features a special pre-event Sip N’ Shuck Experience with Chef Rifko of Oysters XO. This hands-on Oyster Shucking Seminar includes early entry to the event, and Oysters XO Shucking Kit, plus one dozen oysters and 2 complimentary drinks. Limited seating available.
- Boathouse Oyster Bar
- Auston’s on 98
- Harry Ts
- Rhumcay Island Grill
- The Oar House and Oyster Bar
- East Pass Seafood & Oyster House
- Grande Vista Bar & Grill
- Grayson Bay Oyster Company
- Signature Catering 30A
- Tipsy Mule
- Timber Creek Distillery
- Kombi Keg
- Goat Island Brewery
- Oyster City Brewing Company
- Terrapin Beer Company
- AND MORE!
This event benefits the Choctawhatchee Bay Estuary Program, Choctawhatchee Basin Alliance and the Boys and Girls Club.
EARLY BIRD TICKETS ARE AVAILABLE UNTIL OCTOBER 31ST—LIMITED AVAILABILITY!
All Florida food service institutions serving raw oysters are required by the Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation to display “on menus, table place cards or elsewhere in plain view of all patrons” the following notice:
There is a risk associated with consuming raw oysters. If you have chronic illness of the liver, stomach or blood, or have immune disorders, you are at greater risk of serious illness from raw oysters and should eat oysters fully cooked. If unsure of your risk, consult a physician.