Is there anything better than a raw oyster, plucked fresh from cold, nutrient-rich local waters and shining with the subtle merroir of their salty origins? The Puget Sound and the nearby Hood Canal are home to some of the nation’s premier oyster farms that produce Kumamotos, Virginicas, Pacifics, and native Olympias. Some oyster bars and seafood restaurants feature inventive mignonettes and other toppings, but a good oyster should taste clean and fresh out of the sea, and not need a lot of condiments. Here are some of the best spots for eating fantastic bivalves throughout the city.
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