Monday, November 21, 2016

Oyster Bar



Shuckers Half-Shell Oyster Bar is located right next to a boat ramp on Lake Jackson which is just north of town. The boat ramp is out of view in this photo because it is on the other side of the restaurant. If you look just to the right of the building you can see what they do with all the empty shells once those oysters get shucked.

16 comments:

bill burke said...

That's a creative way to use the shells. We have lots of oyster shells on the little beaches we have, some are quite attractive.

Francisco Manuel Carrajola Oliveira said...

Gostei destas fotografias.
Um abra├žo e boa semana.
Andarilhar

Revrunner said...

Makes me think of several places along the east coast where the paths and roads are paved with these shells.

biebkriebels said...

Do they leave it there for ever?

eileeninmd said...

Wow, that is a lot of shells. Happy Monday, enjoy your day and new week ahead!

Jack said...

Simple local restaurants like this are the best!

Tanya Breese said...

this is one of those places we'd pick!

Karl Demetz said...

Curious :)

Lowell said...

That looks more like a seashore than a lakeshore! :) I've never eaten an oyster and don't intend to do so. I'm prejudiced against them. Don't ask why. Too slimy, probably! :)

Adam said...

My wife likes anything seafood

Sharon Anck said...

That is quite a pile of shells they've managed to accumulate. I bet they have some tasty oysters a this place.

Sandra said...

those oyster shells are lethal weapons if one falls on them. daddy did many years ago, and I will never forget it. I love the screened porch on the building.

William Kendall said...

That's quite a pile.

RedPat said...

They must take forever to break down.

BeachGypsy said...

Love that building! do you eat oysters? I love all seafood, but not oysters so much. LOL
Are you ready for Thanksgiving?

Kate said...

Lowell, try an oyster or two. They are delicious!!