Surrounded by the Atlantic Ocean to the East and the Chesapeake Bay to the West, Virginia’s Eastern Shore is seventy miles long, and only several miles across for much of its length. Virginia’s oysters are as unique and varied as the waters from which they are harvested. Oysters directly reflect place and take their tastes from the location where they are grown. Virginia’s waters include a range of salinities from the briny Seaside to the salty-sweet Bay right on into the mouth of her rivers. There is an oyster to suit everyone. How do you like yours?