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Sat, Jul 08


Traverse City

Summertime Oyster Social

Robert always said you should eat oysters only in months that contain the letter 'R'. But Robert is working off of old intel. We found two amazing oysters that are becoming a summer season favorite.

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Summertime Oyster Social
Summertime Oyster Social

Time & Location

Jul 08, 2023, 1:00 PM – 7:00 PM

Traverse City, 9720 S Center Hwy, Traverse City, MI 49684, USA


About the event

Saturday, July 8 is a non-wedding day at Brengman Brothers tasting room so we’re bringing back the Oyster Social for a Summertime gig. Thank you, modern oyster farmer, for learning how to grow and ship deliciously shootable species that don't taste gross in warm weather.  So, all you Oyster Social groupies, plan on side-stepping the Cherry Fest crazies and come hang out under the tent and watch Robert shuck. Here’s the menu for the day;

OYSTERS on the half shell $9.00 Three / $17.00 Six / $29 Dozen  

Malpeque Prince Edward Island, Canada

Oysters near Prince Edward Island spend the winter under ice—that's why in January you 

won't see many Canadian oysters on menus. But one man's frigid, unpleasant winter is 

another, non-Canadian man's succulent, bracingly salty summer oyster.

Kumamoto West Coast

Robert says the flavors of West Coast oysters can blend together, but the Kumamoto stands 

out. The tiny morsel inside comes with “a little hint of cucumber and a little hint of melon,” he 

says. “There's no oyster that's like a Kumamoto.”  


$15.00 for Three Crab Cakes

If you like Maryland crab cakes, you will love this classic recipe featuring fresh 

lump crab-meat that is seasoned with OLD BAY.

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