Our philosophy is simple.
We are experts at serving Oysters and making people happy. We believe these two things are intrinsically connected.
Our Oysters are sourced from the most pristine and coldest water. We prefer to work with North Atlantic Oyster growers, spanning from New York through Canada. These growers are the most local to NYC, which means we are serving our Oysters as close to the harvest date as possible.
The human physiological response to an Oyster transcends verbal explanation. When you eat an Oyster you wake up. You are immediately connected to the sea and the salt, the edge of where the water meets the land, to a place beyond time.
No bullshit. It's a big deal.
Catering Services In NYC and Beyond
Whether it’s at your apartment, brownstone or event space, Brooklyn Oyster Party has a knack for making each and every party a memorable one.
Here at Brooklyn Oyster Party, we guarantee that any corporate party we are involved with will not only be a hit but will be talked about at the water cooler for weeks after.
On the biggest day of your life, the last thing you need to worry about is how the raw bar is looking and if the guests are enjoying it. This is where we come in.
What's New at Brooklyn Oyster Party?
Smorgasburg Upstate in Kingston, NY
Every Saturday from 11am-6pm, starting August 6th we'll be selling oysters and lobster rolls at Smorgasburg Upstate located at The Hutton… Read More
Lobster rolls on the menu
We are now offering fresh lobster rolls with our catering packages! Just like our oysters, the lobster meat is sustainably… Read More
Cleaning NY Harbor with oysters…
Have you heard of Billion Oyster Project? They are an ecosystem restoration project in NY Harbor that recycles oyster shells from… Read More
BOP Press Coverage
“The boardroom can be a dangerous place. It can also be a raw bar…”
An Oyster-Shucking Service for Your Office
Urban Daddy, New York
“Fresh oysters delivered. That’s the simple and delicious deal with Brooklyn Oyster Party, where they provide fresh bivalves…”
“The South Street Seaport isn’t exactly known as a culinary destination, but that changed this weekend as the neighborhood welcomed a much-needed local touch. On Friday morning…”