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Wed - Monday

3 PM - 9 PM

 happy hour menu Daily


*limited menu

(Closed Tuesdays)

full Dinner menu available from


(walk-ins welcome)


Voted the best restaurant for oysters in Sonoma County by you!

outdoor dining

 with heaters

bring a jacket for later reservations

bowl of steaming mussels and clams

Fine dining quality in the comfort of your neighborhood oyster bar


we have a full bar stocked with local spirits and an all natural wine list

Full bar & handcrafted cocktails

Our bar program collaboration with Alfie Turnshek is rooted in the appreciation of utilizing fresh ingredients and an advanced culinary technique to achieve sustainability in what can sometimes be a wasteful area of restaurant operation. The menus include thoughtful preparations, both spirituous and non-alcoholic. We are creating an accessible bar program where no one's beverage choice is an afterthought.The Lobby bar in Hotel Petaluma is now open to the public coinciding with The Shuckery Hours of operation.

Wednesday - Monday 3PM- 9PM

The Oyster Girls want you to throw an oyster party

The sisters behind Petaluma’s beloved The Shuckery talk knife skills, terroir — and why winter’s oysters are the best of the year. Plus, how to throw an oyster party.

Conservas - Yes, we're still obssesed!


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The tinned fish are summer staples, served simply with bread, house pickles, and a glass of wine. sustainably sourcing their fish and hand-packing them at the peak of freshness with flavorful oils, peppers, and tomato sauce.

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Reviewed 11/18/2020•Dined 11/16/2020

"Excellent, friendly and welcoming staff, fresh oysters were wonderful, we ordered the fish for 2 which was cooked to perfection and the salads and sides that came with it were delicious and generous. The owners did a great job of creating outdoor space in the adjacent hotel courtyard with heaters to accommodate guests. Highly recommend."

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