In the 1960s, when we opened our farm store, our only employee was a lady named Myrtle, who spent a good amount of time on her cb radio making chitchat with people driving by on the highway. Her handle was “Hama Hama Oyster Mama.”
Our store has grown quite a bit since those days and we’ve ditched the CB’s, but the overall vision remains unchanged: sell great local stuff and be a resource for people who want to learn a little.
In addition to fresh oysters and clams, we sell house-smoked oysters and salmon, live and cooked crab (when available), fresh salmon, and locally produced ice cream, cheeses, grass-fed beef, chocolate, and other treats.
We love getting orders ahead of time, so if you know you're headed up, call ahead to see what's fresh and have us set it aside for you.