A Look at Some of Our Favorite Local Seafood Purveyors

DSC_0233-copy St. Jude Farms | Green Pond, SC St. Jude Farms produces two of Amen’s most loved oyster varieties: the long, briny Ace Blades, which also happen to by our house oysters, and smaller, more delicate Charleston Salts. They’re experts when it comes to growing and harvesting oysters, but they also offer locally grown clams and mussels, wild caught local shrimp, and regionally sourced fish and specialty seafood to restaurants and private customers throughout the Lowcountry. Their commitment to sustainability through environmental stewardship is what makes their family-owned business thrive, and their unique purging float technique helps make their oysters some of the best in Charleston!

Charleston Oyster Company | Charleston, SC Locally owned and operated by Jeff and Carrie Spahr, the Charleston Oyster Company practices sustainable cultivation in the areas of Awendaw, McClellanville and Bull’s Bay where they seed and harvest their oysters. We get our Beaufort Wilds oysters from the Spahrs, and we love their dedication to delivering high quality, delicious oysters that always have the best flavor. Try them and you’ll love the flavor of their fresh oysters!

Abundant Seafood | Mt. Pleasant, SC  Abundant Seafood owner, Mark Marhefka is what you would call a natural born fisherman. From the moment he sets off on his boat, the Amy Marie, he’s focused on the day’s goal: bring back the freshest wild caught fish for local restaurants like Amen Street. Through his Community Sustained Fishery program, he also supplies local citizens with freshly caught, custom cut fillets that he prepares himself, right on the Shem Creek Geechie Dock where he ties his boat! These dedicated farmers and fishermen are just a few of the local cultivators we turn to for the fresh, sustainable seafood that’s key to many of our most popular menu items!

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