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Pleasure House Oyster


3211 Lynnhaven Drive, Virginia Beach
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Pleasure House Oysters isn’t a restaurant, but an oyster farm that offers tours and tasting in the Lynnhaven river. The best option is the Tasting Tour, where you board a vessel (with your beverages of choice) and learn about how oysters are farmed as the boat coasts past million-dollar homes along the Lynnhaven Bay. During the farm tour, you’ll also get to wade up to oyster cages in the water, and even stand next to the boat while watching the captain shuck mollusks for you to enjoy. Your guide will also probably offer you some homemade mignonette with the world-class Lynnhaven oysters, served right out of a mason jar with a fishing knife.

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