Fisherman's Cove is a local, family-owned seafood shack and fishing-marine supply store specializing in fresh local oysters that are grown on Tamales Bay. We serve them on the half shell or barbecued with your choice of six different house specialty sauces such as garlic butter sauce, cocktail sauce, chorizo butter with a hint of lemon and more. Try our unique oysters with pesto sauce and applewood bacon, or opt for our oysters Kilpatrick or Sweet Heaters with pickled jalepeno, shallots and raw mignonette.
All of our ingredients are incredibly fresh, from the local Dungeness crab and hormone-free meats to organic vegetables and homemade sauces. We are committed to serving creative and delicious fare made with the best ingredients available.
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“The salmon tacos are the bestest, freshest around. Simply delicious....”
“Best pulled pork I've ever had! So good!”
“Everything on the menu is terrific, and I try to change up every time. But I have to have the Clam Chowder on every visit. Best ever!”
"Your friend is visiting us for the first time -- what's the ONE thing you have to make sure they order?"
"@Ellinxr So did you finish it?? "
"This week's to-do list: 1. Eat at Fisherman's Cove 2. Repeat"
"Our Tri-Tip sandwich brings all the puppies to the yard."
"Move over, pot of gold -- we'll take a pot of oysters."
After searching extensively for restaurants on the Northern California coast to visit on a day trip I came across Fisherman's Cove and it was highly rated.... Read More
We were staying in Bodega Bay and had just got done playing Golf. We wanted some fish and chips for lunch. We asked the hotel where would be a good place to go. They gave us a list of about three spot. We drove out to Spud point and stopped at Fisher...
Topping off a day at the ocean we stopped at this small restaurant to eat. Because we thoroughly enjoyed the food and surroundings, it has become a regular part of our trips to the ocean. My family loves their fish tacos, pulled pork sandwiches, and ...
As othes have mentioned, parking is tight, finding a table also a challenge (self-seating). Crowded on a Sat afternoon at 1:30. But, the minor hassles were worth it. The fish and chips were the best I have had in a very long time. My wife had the pra...