A Match Made in Heaven

A quintessential pairing for holiday celebrations, oysters and Champagne shine any time of year. While oysters are a year-round culinary staple on Cape cod, they add a festive touch to any holiday menu, particularly when a paired with Champagne. Whether you’re hosting a party at home, or celebrating the season at one of Falmouth’s many diverse restaurants, this simple yet decadent combination creates a medley of flavors, enhancing the experience a match made in heaven.

By Sarah E. Murphy | Photography by Derrick Zellmann
What’s in a name, when it comes to Champagne, evertything.
Oyster & Bubby at the Coonamessett Inn
Shucking an oyster
A festive meal at Water Street Kitchen in Woods Hole

Sippewissett Oysters are the only ones you’ll find at Water Street Kitchen, know for its inventive, locally sourced menu, curated by chef and co-owner John Wilson.

Black Magic from Malpeque Bay, Prince Edward Island’s; Stormy Bay from New Jersey; Pearly Whites from Rhode Island; Indian Summer from Mashpee; Conway Cup from Cascumpec Bay, PEI and Duxbury Oysters are served at the Coonamessett Inn.

The Coonamessett Inn
https://www.larkhotels.com/hotels/the-coonamessett
Water Street Kitchen
508-540-5656
Epic Oyster
508-563-3742

John’s Liquor
508-548-2287
For more information visit Falmouth Eats https://falmouthlivingmag.com/falmouth-eats/


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