New Crowdfunded Oyster Bar on Tomales Bay

May 25, 2012

Some of you may be familiar with Luc Chamberland, the dynamo behind Pickleweed Point, the community oyster farm in Tomales Bay, California. I wrote about him last year. Now, Luc has created Saltwater Oyster Depot, a crowdfunded oyster bar right on the bay. “Crowdfunding” is similar to the CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) concept: you pay for your stuff in advance, then get your stuff (plus a hefty premium as thanks for your support) later. The oyster bar is set to open this summer, but there’s still time to join in the crowdfunding now and get some sweet deals, including gift certificates, a day out on the water with Luc, or even a private party at SOD for 50-60 of your closest friends. It’s all on the website.

Luc Chamberland

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One Response to New Crowdfunded Oyster Bar on Tomales Bay

  1. Jim ferry says:

    Enjoyed your book. I work part time at Big Rock Oyster Co on Quivet Neck, East Dennis, MA. Please stop by if you are in the area. A large wholesaler in Boston did a blind taste test of all their oysters. Guess who won? But as my friends at Big Rock say, “all oysters are good.”

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