Oyster Saloon


The Hama Hama Oyster Saloon is open Friday - Sunday 11-4.  
Online reservations are encouraged (but not required!)
Limited walk-up barrels & tables available.
Food Menu        Drink Menu

 

Please Start Here: "The Fine Print"

Hi!       Thanks for thinking about visiting the Hama Hama Oyster Saloon - we are a FULLY OUTDOOR LOCATION, on the western shore of the Hood Canal. There's no inside anything - even our kitchen is outside.

Please plan accordingly - we do have cover for all reservation tables, some of our walk-up spaces are uncovered - we encourage the PNW tradition of layering, and carrying an umbrella (whether you use it is up to you!).

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Table reservations are booked through Tock, a third party booking agent (with table and booking fees included - your credit card will NOT be kept on file).

At this time we are unable to accept gift certificates for table deposits. Saloon/Farm Store gift certificates can be used ON SITE for food, beverage, and retail purchasing - go wild, if you don’t spend the whole balance, we will note it on your gift certificate and you can use the rest at a later date.

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WHAT'S UP WITH THE 50 DOLLAR PRICE TAG?

Reservations are priced at 50 dollars per table no matter how many guests you have up to 6. (Current state mandate caps table size at 6 people with a maximum of 2 households - effective January 11, 2021.)

> This goes completely towards a food pre-order (1 dozen grilled oysters, and 1 dozen raw bar oysters - hence the name “Grillers & Chillers!”). And helps us manage the flow of guests to allow for proper social distancing at tables and in staff areas in accordance with the governor's regulations.

> The reservation and up front order deposit guarantees you a table when you arrive, for 2 hours in our beach-side dining area, even if the ferries are behind or the traffic is rough. With a limited number of tables available to book, we want to make sure that you can get one if you're going to drive out here! 

> If you do not want to pay the fee, you are more than welcome to walk in, see what we have available, and take the chance. We love seeing you either way.

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We release tables each Monday morning around 9 am for the following weekend due to ongoing pandemic/weather shut-down concerns. 


Reservations are NON-REFUNDABLE, you can move your reservation to a different day, or transfer it to another person. Please call and let us know if you are unable to make it.


There are 6 PEOPLE MAX allowed per table. This is a state mandate. If you surprise us and have 7, or 8, or more people on arrival, we will need to break your party up and may not have adjacent/any options available - please contact us with questions or concerns before booking a reservation for larger groups.

Multiple tables may be booked, but there is no guarantee that we can seat you together. Tables and chairs may not be moved around to "get closer". There's a pandemic going on, and we're really working to stay open - please help us out here and don't give the staff a hard time.


Children aged 2 and under are not considered a seat at this time per DOH.  Kids over the age of 2, teens, tweens, grannies, neighbors, and domestic partners all count as seats. 


Dogs are totally allowed in the Saloon while on leash and with good attitudes. Let us know if you need a water bowl! Dogs are not allowed on the beach


Our food & drink menus are linked above, and we will have QR codes available at the saloon.

 

Our offerings may change weekly, but we'll always have raw oysters, grilled oysters, and steamer clams, the rest is determined by our farms and our kitchen team working with the freshest seafood and produce available. 


If you have mobility concerns, please email us at saloon@hamahamaoysters.com to discuss seating options.  Due to the rocky ground, we do not provide high chairs as they pose a tipping risk.




 More Details about the package available at 

https://www.exploretock.com/hamahamaoystersaloon/

Hours & Address here.


 

"An incredible blend of scenery and food."

– Knute Berger, Seattle Magazine, April 2014