We are thrilled to add Live Lobster to our online offerings! Lobster is an awesome treat we offer at our restaurant to complement our oysters, so we thought we’d make Live Lobster available to our online customers as well! We hope you enjoy!
The Oyster Blog
The official Anderson's Neck blog with progress updates on our mission to Save the Bay One Oyster at a Time. We will notify you when we post new articles if you Join Our Mailing List.
Want to make some fried oysters, oyster stew, or oyster Po’ Boy sandwiches, but don’t want the hassle of shucking? No Problem! We are happy to announce that we are now offering freshly shucked oysters by the jar in pint or quart sizes. Plus we also continue to sell fresh oysters in the shell as we always […]
Anderson’s Neck Oyster Company is excited to partner up with Dogtown Brewing to announce our New Year’s Eve Champagne & Oysters Party! This ticketed event will include access to Dogtown Brewing’s first floor beer hall and rooftop for incredible views of Richmond’s skyline, live music + DJ, two drink tickets, one food ticket, and a […]
We are proud to announce that the newly opened Dogtown Brewing Co. in Richmond, Virginia’s historic Manchester district now serves Anderson’s Neck oysters at its raw bar in the first floor beer hall and at its rooftop bar overlooking the Richmond city skyline. Dogtown Brewing also makes a special Anderson’s Neck Oyster Stout beer using Eagle […]
Join us in Manchester for the Dogtown Winter Beer and Oyster Festival on March 2nd from 2-10pm at The Butterbean! This Manchester celebration will feature a huge selection of craft beer, cider, wine & kombucha on tap, a raw oyster station from Anderson’s Neck Oyster Company, and made from scratch food supplied by The Butterbean with […]
Devil’s Backbone Brewing Company will be coming in to help us eat oysters and drink beer at Union Market on 10/24, while Steady Sounds spins some vinyl! The Union Market folks worked with the City to shut down the street as this is going to be a blowout! Yaaas!!!
Okay ladies there’s nothing more liberating than being able to shuck your own oyster and open a nice bottle of wine or champagne to accompany that tasty bivalve. Not to mention, this is something that every Southern Lady should know how to do for any occasion. Long thought to be viewed as something only a man could […]