Food Menu

Raw Bar | Small Plates | Specialty Tinned Selections

Raw Bar


(Happy Hour Monday-Friday 4-7pm)

Olde Salts – Chincoteague Bay, VA – $3.50 ea/$38.50 dozen
Oysters that are grown at the mouth of a river are always a special thing. Travis and Ryan Croxton grow these briney east coasters at that other famous US oyster haven, Chesapeake Bay. Definitely higher in brine, with a lighter body, they pair perfectly with some bubbly.

Fishers Island Oysters – Fisher Island, NY – $3.50 ea/$38.50 dozen
From The Malinowski’s (exceptional for their contributions in conservation around NY harbour, including the Billion Oyster Project) comes one of the original artisanal oysters of NY. Brilliantly bold, this Atlantic oyster is punctuated by focused savouriness and a strikingly clean finish.

Eel Lake Oysters – Eel Lake, NS, Canada – $3.50 ea/$38.50 dozen
The D’Eon family have been oyster farming in the area since the 90s, using floating cages on the surface of the brackish waters of Eel Lake. These 3 year old oysters are then sunk down about 10 feet under the water to give them a little bit more brine. They are still moderate compared to the typical open water oysters of the East Coast though. They also switched over their entire operation to solar power in an effort to be as sustainable as possible!

Glidden Points – Damariscotta River, Edgecomb, ME – $3.50 ea/$38.50 dozen
Ryan McPhearson and crew have been growing oysters on the famous Damariscotta River for about 30 years now. These slow growing oysters are bottom planted in the cold river and then harvested by hand (one of the few places left that still do that).

Royal Miyagi – Baynes Sound, BC, Canada – $3.50 ea/$38.50 dozen
These small oysters lead a double life, starting out in cushy suspended cages at the surface and then moved to the beach to roll around and get a thicker shell. There is an almost creamy sweetness to these oysters, a milder brine, and a melon finish.

Additions to Your Oysters

Shrimp Cocktail – $21
Delicious wild caught jumbo shrimp with our house made fresh horseradish aioli and cocktail sauce

Small Plates

Bar Snacks – $12
House made pickled veggies, lavender roasted mixed nuts, and a mix of Kalamata and Castelvetrano olives

Bread and Butter – $8
Fresh warm focaccia from Librae Bakery, served with Ronnybrook butter, seasoned with fresh herbs and sprinkled with Maldon salt and fig balsamic

Whitefish Salad – $18
House made smoked whitefish salad with crackers, sweet peppers and cornichons

Deviled Eggs- $16
These tasty morsels are given new life with the addition of Dijon, Aleppo pepper, and a touch of horseradish. We finish them with some fresh chives and Old Bay. Since these are quail eggs, you can pop the little devils in your mouth in one delicious bite. Each serving comes with 8 little devils and a side salad.

Oyster Pan Roast – $12
Fresh cream, white wine and shallots pan roasted with fresh oysters poached in the hearty broth, and served with a warm slice of focaccia. This recipe is based on Downing’s original recipe, as homage to one of the original icons of NYC oyster houses

Large Plates

Salad Niçoise – $22
Quails eggs, olives, haricot vert, new potatoes, anchovies and trout on a bed of mixed greens

Blue Crab Cake Sandwich – $24
Served on a potato bun with pickled cabbage, a side salad and cornichons

Shrimp Linguine – $26
This Italian dish is a classic for a good reason. Creamy linguine with a white wine and shallot sauce, served with wild caught North American shrimp, topped with Parmesan cheese and parsley. There is a bit of a kick with the addition of Aleppo pepper, but if you would prefer it without, please just let your server know.

New England Style Crab Roll – $28
The star of this show is definitely the Maryland jumbo lump blue crab, and we try to just let the flavor dominate and sing. With a bit of lemon, celery, Old Bay seasoning and just a touch of mayo to hold it all together, this is always a crowd pleaser. Served on a fresh brioche bun from Librae bakery, with a side salad and a handful of kettle potato chips

Specialty Tinned Selections

Each tin comes with Librae Bakery focaccia, table crackers, sweet peppers, cornichons and sliced lemon
(We also carry gluten free crackers from Dr Shär if you prefer)

La Narval Mussels w/Garlic and Chili – $15

Porto Muiños Piquillo Peppers with Sweet Kombu Seaweed – $21
(this is a fantastic vegan tin and contains no animal products, great on its own or makes a great topping for some of the other tinned fish)

Ferrigno La Bonne Mer Roasted Garlic Anchovies – $15

Ferrigno La Bonne Mer Sardines with Lemon, Garlic and Parsley – $15

Minerva Mackerel Fillets in Olive Oil with Pickles – $21

Güeyu Mar Large Chargrilled Razor Clams in Olive Oil – $42

Cole’s Smoked Rainbow Trout in Lemon Rind and Pepper – $16

Patagonia Provisions – Sofrito Mussels – $15

Les Mouettes d’Arvor Mackerel in Creamy Mustard Sauce – $18

Ramón Peña Mussels in Pickled Sauce – $22

Güeyu Mar Sardines in Apple Cider Vinaigrette Sauce – $34

Güeya Mar Spicy Sardine Tails in Marinade – $34

Ar De Arte Small Scallops in Sauce – $31