Wednesday, November 30, 2016

Grilled Oyster Company Hosts Working the Water Book Signing, Trivia, & Dining Specials, December 8th

From our friends at The Grilled Oyster Company...

Grilled Oyster Company hosts photographer Jay Fleming for an exclusive book signing of his new collection Working the Water, a photo narrative that illustrates the seafood industry of the Chesapeake Bay, at their Cathedral Commons location. Fleming will be personalizing and selling Working the Water for $50 as well as giving away his stunning 2017 calendars, either of which makes the perfect holiday present for anyone interested in the seafood industry or who has called the Chesapeake region home. Grilled Oyster Company is also partnering up with Oyster Recovery Partnership, the organization that recycles 100% of the restaurant’s oyster shells back into the Chesapeake Bay, to host seafood trivia at 8 PM. Drink specials and $1 raw oysters will be available during Fleming’s book signing for guests to taste the fresh seafood the Chesapeake region is renowned for.

Working the Water - $50
Freshly shucked raw oysters - $1 each

Grilled Oyster Company’s full menu will also be available. Free parking is available below the Giant across the street for up to 1.5 hours, guests can bring ticket to restaurant to validate.

Thursday, December 8
6 PM to 8 PM - Book signing
8 PM - Trivia kicks off

Grilled Oyster Company - Cathedral Commons
3701 Newark Street, NW
Washington, DC 20016

Closest metro stops are Tenleytown-AU or Cleveland Park on the red line; bus stop across the street is Wisconsin Avenue, NW & Newark Street, NW on the 30N, 30S, 31, 33, or 96 bus routes.

For more information about Grilled Oyster Company and the Working the Water book signing, please call the restaurant at (202) 362-1719 or visit

About Grilled Oyster Company:
The Grilled Oyster Company is a regionally inspired seafood restaurant with two locations in Washington, DC and Potomac, MD. Craft cocktails inspired by the seaside and a carefully curated beer and wine program complement fresh seafood and a raw bar, from which 100% of empty oyster shells are recycled into the Chesapeake Bay in collaboration with the Oyster Recovery Partnership. Visit for hours and reservations.