A Celebration of Scotch & Oysters

 
 
 
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Our Story

Pride of Place, Purity of Craft

America's coastlines are in the midst of a revival. Sea farmers from Florida to Maine are rebuilding working waterfronts, restoring the environment and reviving regional varietals of shellfish that, in many cases, haven't been seen in decades. We exist to celebrate this revival, in its myriad incarnations, and to tell the stories of the hardworking men and women who bring these oysters from the ocean to our plates.

 
 
 
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Upcoming Events

Join Us

We're taking Peat & Pearls on the road in 2018 — throwing oyster and Scotch themed soirees from coast to coast. Don't see your city on our list? Drop us a line, and we might just drop in for a visit. 

 
 
 
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The Talent

Featured Artisans

 

We're proud to count among our friends some of the finest chefs, farmers and craftsmen in America. Wherever we go, they're there — making us look good. To get an idea of the company we keep, check out our family album. 


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Panacea Oyster Co-op


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Chef Irv Miller


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Point Aux Pins oysters


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Chef Drew Dzejak


 
 
 
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Our Sponsors

Brand Partners

 

Peat & Pearls wouldn't be possible without the generosity of our sponsors and friends. If you see them, be sure to thank them for not being shellfish. If they were, we'd have to eat them.


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Glenfiddich


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Glencairn Crystal Studio


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Alec Bradley Cigars


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VIE MAgazine


 
 
I do not weep at the world. I am too busy sharpening my oyster knife.
— Zora Neale Hurston
 
 
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