We're All About Fresh, Local Seafood And Community!

We take great pride in being able to serve the community with fresh seafood from local suppliers. Salty Girls is committed to providing the best our local waters provides - either to take home for the best BBQ ever or to hang out and enjoy our space, good food and friends.

Here are the main farms and companies that supply us our seafood:


Taylor Shellfish Farms - Quilcene, WA

It all began in Totten Inlet with the tiny Olympia Oyster. The great great-grandfather found his true calling in oyster farming, which started their legacy that lives on today. Since then, every generation of the Taylor family has grown up with a passion for shellfish and for the close-knit communities and rugged landscapes of Western Washington.

One thing they’ve learned over the years is that consistently producing high quality shellfish requires a long-term commitment to people and place. They are dedicated to their communities, employees and the environment in which they work. They plan to maintain this legacy for many generations to come.


Hama Hama Co. Lilliwaup, WA

Hama Hama is a fifth generation family-run shellfish farm on Washington’s Olympic Peninsula. Their beds are located at the mouth of one of the shortest, coldest, and least developed rivers in Washington State, and that purity is reflected in the clean, crisp flavor of the oysters downstream. Their mission is pretty simple: utilize low impact farming methods to grow world-class oysters, have fun, and leave something good for the next guy.

They grow two varieties of oysters at their home farm: classic, beach-grown Hama Hamas and tumble farmed Blue Pools. They also source oysters from elsewhere in Washington State, procuring super-sweet Sea Cows and Hove Coves from the nutrient rich estuaries of South Puget Sound. They also offer Hama Hama Clams and Purple Savory Clams.


Jamestown Seafood - Port Angeles, WA

A collaborative effort with the Jamestown S'Klallam Tribe, Jamestown Seafood is exciting seafood enthusiasts around the nation, introducing a distinctive and delicious new line of oysters from the Pacific Northwest. Jamestown Seafood utilizes state-of-the-art tools and technologies to ensure consistent, sustainable and delicious harvests. They have established productive fisheries for both Pacific Oysters and Geoduck Clams along the Strait, and developed a world-class hatchery in Quilcene Bay.

The farm is nestled in pristine Sequim Bay, and from it comes beach farmed Jades, tumble farmed Opals, and beach farmed Sapphires.


Goose Point Shellfish Farm & Oystery - Bay Center, WA

As good stewards of Willapa Bay estuary, they’ve been farming exceptional oysters since 1975. The highest level of quality, food safety and pure distinctive Pacific flavor is their promise in every order. Owned and operated by the Nisbet Family, Nisbet Oyster Co. employs more than 80 full-time men and women on their 1,900-acre farm and in their state-of-the-art processing plant. They harvest and market Steamer Clams and Shellstock Oysters under the Goose Point trademark.


Mad Jax Seafood - Sequim, WA

Mad Jax Seafood is a locally owned business retailing and wholesaling the freshest seafood in Clallam county. All of their seafood is sustainably harvested - shrimp, oysters, mussels, crab and clams.


Pacific Seafood - Locations in Bellevue, Nespelem, Quilcene, & South Bend, WA

For more than 70 years, Pacific Sustainable Seafood has served the oceans by harvesting, processing and distributing the highest-quality and best tasting seafood to our loyal consumers. They provide a variety of fin fish and shellfish.