Fanny Bay Oysters’ Servicing Local Eateries Via Direct-To-Restaurant Wholesale

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The GOODS from Fanny Bay Oyster Bar

Vancouver, BC | Fanny Bay Oysters has recently opened their direct to restaurant wholesale in the city of Vancouver. Their whole range of products including live oysters, clams, mussels, geoduck, and shucked oyster meats will be available out of their new oyster bar and retail location at 762 Cambie Street, in the Stadium District.

As part of the Taylor Shellfish family of farms they also bring exclusive top quality shellfish to Vancouver from their family owned and operated farms in Washington State. This includes Kumamoto, Shigoku, Fat Bastard, and Olympia oysters. All of their shellfish is environmentally farmed, and comes with an Oceanwise approval for sustainability. Taylor Shellfish also has recently become the only shellfish farms in North America to be ASC Certified.

Their wholesale is open seven days a week and includes pick up or delivery to Vancouver restaurants, chefs, retail stores, and catering companies. “When you buy directly from our farms, you receive the best quality and freshest shellfish in the city.” – Brian Yip, General Manager of Fanny Bay Oysters.

Their wholesale team is lead by Phyllis Lam, formerly of the famous Lobster Man, and Malindi Taylor, part of the fifth generation of the Taylor family to farm shellfish.

“We want to make it easy for chefs to showcase fresh, local shellfish in their restaurants. When chef’s purchase from Fanny Bay Oysters, they know where their food has come from and how it got from tide to table.” – Malindi Taylor

They also carry a few specialty items including local live Dungeness Crab, live Lobster, and locally Smoked Oysters.

For more information about their Vancouver Wholesale please contact Phyllis or Malindi at ShellfishMarket@FannyBayOysters.com or call 778.379.9512. You can also find out more by visiting their website at http://fannybayoysters.com/form/request-wholesale-information.

DETAILS

Fanny Bay

762 Cambie St. Vancouver, BC V6B 2R5 | Retail/wholesale: 778-379-9511; Restaurant: 778-379-9510
Web: www.fannybayoysters.com | Twitter  | Instagram | Facebook

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The People

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Issac Martin del Campo, General Manager
Chris Andraza, Executive Chef
Phyllis Lam, Shellfish Market Manager

ABOUT FANNY BAY OYSTER FARM

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Opening at 762 Cambie Street in Downtown Vancouver’s Stadium District, Fanny Bay Oyster Bar will bring a bounty of fresh, tide-to-table fare to the heart of the city, offering seating for 50 (including 16 at its oyster bar) and a full bar, as well as a shellfish market where patrons can purchase top-quality, take-home catches such as live, shucked, fresh and frozen oysters and clams, scallops, shrimp and prawns. Fanny Bay Oyster Bar will also offer lunch, dinner and weekend brunch as well as daily happy hour specials, and will be an Ocean Wise-certified partner.

A fully integrated BC shellfish farming and exporting company that has been growing and harvesting fresh oysters, clams and mussels for more than 30 years, Fanny Bay Oysters is part of the Taylor Shellfish Family of Farms that operates three eponymous oyster bars in Seattle, WA. The largest producer of shellfish in Canada, Fanny Bay also operates a seafood shop at the Buckley Bay ferry landing on Vancouver Island.

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  1. Have you noticed the price of oysters is getting more expensive. Not many places have $1 happy hour any more. It is more like $2 happy hour now or a limit of only 6.