Simple and refreshing, oysters are one of the ocean’s most perfect products, and a classic way to celebrate the holiday season. From December 4-13 , celebrate these briny bivalves with special bundles at Eataly Toronto!
TAKE A SEASIDE TRIP, YOU DESERVE IT
All week long, discover 12 different oysters at La Pescheria seafood counter sourced by our local partner, Diana’s Seafood, from coastal areas across North America and Ireland. Whether you’re travelling to the east coast of Canada, sailing to the west coast, or taking a trip around the world, shop safely from our counter for Atlantic, West Coast, and International bundles, or go from coast to coast and try all 12! Explore all of the varieties below, then pair your oysters with Diana’s Seafood specialty sauces like Mignonette, Horseradish, or Cocktail, or slurp them on their own for a festive holiday treat, you deserve it.
FROM THE CANADIAN EAST
Malpeque (Prince Edward Island): Moderate brine with a meaty bite and a quick, clean finish
Foxley River (Prince Edward Island): Tender meat with a sweet seaweed finish
Four Inches (New Brunswick): Sweet brine with soft meat and a gentle mineral finish
Lucky Lime (New Brunswick): Delicate with a mild brine and sweet finish
FROM THE CANADIAN WEST
Kusshi (British Columbia): Moderate brine with a bright and intense cucumber finish
Evening Cove (British Columbia): Firm meat, mildly briny flavour and a watermelon finish
Fanny Bay (British Columbia): Full brine with plump meats and a pronounced cucumber, mineral finish
Lucky 88 (British Columbia): Delicate meat with a crème finish
Shigoku (Washington, United States): Smooth brine, plump and springy meat with a pleasant cucumber finish
Kumomoto (Washington, United States): Mild brine with creamy meats and a honeydew finish
Belon (Maine, United States): A meaty chew, strong brine, and an intense, lingering copper finish
Gigas (Galway, Ireland): Full brine with plump meat and cucumber, mineral finish
Ready to get shucking? Pick up your oyster bundle safely in-store starting at 8 a.m. daily, then get our guide on how to shuck oysters at home!