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‘Tis the Season for Raw Oysters

There’s an old saying that you should only eat raw oysters in months that end with the letter “R,” and while we don’t follow that rule, it doesn’t mean we don’t love to dive into a plate filled with raw oysters during February. So whether you strictly follow the “R” rule or not, here’s some of our favorite places to grab the freshest, saltiest raw oysters in Panama City Beach.

Dat Cajun Place

Dat Cajun Place has some of the best Cajun food on the beach… which, of course, includes oysters! The offer great options for baked and grilled oysters, but their raw oysters are some of the best! If you need more than just oysters, they have tons of great Cajun options like po-boys and shrimp etouffee. 

Dusty’s Oyster Bar

Dusty’s Oyster Bar is one of those that everyone seems to know. They’re located on the west end of Panama City Beach, and have a great selection of oysters. Grab a saltine cracker and pour a little hot sauce on top and you’re sure to have a delectable bite.

Grand Marlin

If you want to enjoy a beautiful view with an upscale dining experience, Grand Marlin is the place to go. You can grab a dozen delicious raw oysters served on a bed of ice while watching the sun set over the bay. Their oysters are served with a red wine mignonette that compliment the saltiness of the oyster perfectly. It’s a truly magical experience that we highly recommend.

Shuckum’s

Around since 1967, Shuckum’s is a local icon. They serve up tons of delicious oysters everyday to the many locals and visitors who come by. They’re located right next to Pier Park on Front Beach Road, a great spot for those looking for a bite after a day of shopping or laying in the sun.

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