Shuckin' Blog

This year marks the 10 year anniversary of opening the original Shuckin’ Shack in Carolina Beach. We’ve come a long ways since those humble beginnings, but just how much do you know about the two dudes who started it? Allow us to introduce them! Matt and Sean met at Sean’s rental shop. The two got to know each other from hanging out at bars in Carolina Beach. If you’ve ever been, you know just...

Shuckin' Shack Wilmington is pleased to introduce Ed Sentman as the new General Manager for the 109 Market Street location. Ed has spent the majority of his career in the restaurant industry, most recently with Mission BBQ and as General Manager of Hooters in Wilmington, NC. Ed also brings with him his great personality, love of sports, and ability to make his customers and staff feel welcome and appreciated. We...

Each person on Earth has a connection to the ocean. Whether we use it for leisure activities such as surfing, kayaking, swimming, bird watching, and camping on the beach, or take pleasure in the seafood it provides, we enjoy the ocean as a part of our lives and desire to keep it clean and available for responsible use. In order to do that, we added a fun addition to our Oyster Shooter menu: The Deep Blue Sea Oyster Shooter....

For the beer and oyster lover, our Hops and Shells pairs 4 different Sweetwater beers with 4 different Rappahannock Oysters for an unforgettable dining experience. Learn more about each pair below: Barcats & Sweetwater 420 SALINITY: Varies (multiple locations) LOCATION: Chesapeake Bay, Virginia DESCRIPTION: Barcats are grown by a co-op of former “wild” harvesters and small-time watermen from all...

Have you ever wanted to experience the beautiful Chesapeake Bay and learn more about the rich history of Oyster Farming? Now you can! The Oyster Fest Grand Prize includes a two night stay for two guests at the Rappahannock Oyster Company Bed and Breakfast in Topping, VA. The winner will receive a guided tour of the harvest grounds and get the full hands on experience of growing oysters from spat to mature oyster! For...