Your Marco Island vacation isn’t complete without a little seafood. The Oyster Society serves fresh and local seafood and shellfish with daily raw bar specials. The upscale environment pays homage to the Roaring 20s and diners can enjoy live music Wednesday through Sundays. The restaurant opens for dinner daily from 4:30 p.m. to 12:00 a.m.
While the menu is heavy on fish and seafood, meat lovers have several options on the menu to choose from, including a 16 ounce NY Strip steak and pork short ribs. The sushi bar is just as compelling and includes fresh seafood and fish options.
The oyster bar menu is what makes The Oyster Society stand out. The Oceanic Platter offers a combination of Clams, Oysters, Lobster, Shrimp, King Crab, and Ahi Poke.
The beverage menu is built to impress with a combination of classic and modern cocktails. Multiple imported and domestic beers are available, along with wine by the glass or bottle. Happy hour takes place daily from 4:30 to 6:00 p.m. and includes specials on drinks and appetizers. Taxis and Uber are easy to use on Marco Island if you need a ride back to your
Serving seafood comes with social responsibilities which The Oyster Society takes seriously. The restaurant prides itself on its commitment to sourcing only sustainable and organic ingredients whenever possible.
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The Sun King enjoyed Oyster Society. He took the Sun Queen there because she was craving their Grilled Key West Shrimp and a glass of white wine. That sounded like a plan to the Sun King – game on. The service was attentive despite the restaurant being crowded with mid-season seafood lovers. Sun Queen’s shrimp were tasty and well-prepared. The Sun King destroyed a steak. Having eaten too much to squeeze in dessert, the Sun King suggested that they just split a scoop of ice cream at Beebe’s.
The Sun Couple thought the people-watching was great here too. You can choose to eat outside in the courtyard. A handful of restaurants including Oyster Society are positioned around a fountain and they attract a good portion of the island’s visitors every night.