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OystoberFest, a Pearl of a Local Festival, this Saturday

The #1 Oyster Event in Central Virginia! Raw, fried, grilled and even fried oysters in a po’ boy – all with craft beers, select wines and homemade treats.

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The #1 Oyster Event in Central Virginia! Raw, fried, grilled and even fried oysters in a po’ boy – all with craft beers, select wines and homemade treats. Spend an afternoon in historic Ginter Park, in Richmond’s Northside. Live music, bike valet and more. All proceeds to benefit the outreach work of St. Thomas’ Episcopal Church (3602 Hawthorne Avenue) including its Food Bank – which feeds hundreds of people every week.

The event is free but a $2 donation is recommended. Avoid parking hassles by riding your bike and using the onsite bike valet.

Food Prices

$1 = 1 Ticket

  • Dozen Raw or Steamed Oysters: 16 tickets
  • 1/2 Dozen Raw or Steamed Oysters: 9 tickets
  • 1/2 Dozen Fried Oysters: 9 tickets
  • Oyster Po’ Boy: 9 tickets
  • Bratwurst: 6 tickets
  • Hot Dog: 2 tickets
  • French Fries: 2 tickets
  • Hush Puppies: 2 tickets
  • Kids Meal (hot dog, applesauce, juicebox, cookie): 4 tickets
  • Cake (per slice): 3 tickets
  • Beer: 7 tickets
  • Wine: 7 tickets
  • Soft Drink / Water: 1 ticket
  • Kids’ Zone (All Day Pass): 6 tickets

Adult Beverages

7 Tickets / $7 Each

Drafts:
Va. Beer Co. Oktoberfest
Va. Beer Co. Gorgeous (Hazy IPA)
Aleworks Weekend Lager
Aleworks Pumpkin Ale
Sierra Nevada Pale Ale
Sierra Nevada Wild Little Thing (Sour Ale)
Three Notch’d Minute Man IPA
Miller Lite
Buskey Dry Cider

Cans:
White Claw Blackberry
Guinness
Guinness Zero (NA)
Athletic Run Wild (NA IPA)

More info on their website.

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Richard Hayes is the co-founder of RVAHub. When he isn't rounding up neighborhood news, he's likely watching soccer or chasing down the latest and greatest board game.