Named Best Outdoor Dining Restaurant in Sonoma County, 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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“Love the Oysters & soup we get when we are in the area.”
“Boiled Crawfish and of course those potatoes!! I can set down and eat a whole bag of your boiled potatoes by themselves...and indeed I have!!”
“Fast friendly service and AMAZING options on the menu.”
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so we went up north to go abalone diving.... we are a bit green still, only been doing it a couple years.... took one look at the water, fuck no. i aint... Read More
Best Grilled Oyster even raw one !!
This place gets so busy and parking is hard to find but the wait is worth it! Their oysters, crab, and fish are excellent. Definitely the best in Bodega Bay!
We stopped in here for lunch after a day of hiking along the Sonoma coast. The oysters and seafood stew were really great, this is a no frills place that just has great local seafood. It gets really busy, so come early or late to avoid lines. Well wo...