Open in Raleigh & Durham!

 

Locals Oyster Bar is a taste of the coastline in the middle of landlocked North Carolina. We invite you to come on in, grab a seat, and get to know some of North Carolina’s most
delicious and often under-appreciated seafood.

Brought to you by Locals Seafood & Person Street Bar.

RALEIGH

OPEN FOR DINE-IN & TAKEOUT
MONDAY – SATURDAY 
11am – 9pm
SUNDAY 11am – 8pm

inside Transfer Co. Food Hall
at 500 E. Davie Street, Raleigh

VIEW MENU & ORDER HERE

DURHAM

OPEN FOR DINE-IN & TAKEOUT
MON & TUE 11am – 2pm
WED & THU 11am – 6pm
FRIDAY 11am – 9pm
SATURDAY 8am – 9pm
SUNDAY 11am – 3pm

inside Durham Food Hall
at 530 Foster Street, Durham

VIEW MENU & ORDER HERE

OUR OFFERINGS

COOKED TO ORDER

Both locations are offering cooked-to-order menus. Favorites include the crab roll, smoked fish dip, and seasonal specials like a fried soft shell crab sandwich.

OYSTER KITS

Bring the oyster bar experience home with our to-go oyster kits! Whether you like them raw, roasted, or steamed, we have a kit for you.

LOCALS SEAFOOD BUTCHERY
Locals Seafood Butchery offers unique, chef-prepared seafood items as part of our seafood market. These include crab cakes, shrimp sausages, tuna burgers, and more.

SEAFOOD MARKET

Our seafood market includes whole stuffed fish, fresh-frozen fillets, shrimp, and more.

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OUR LOCATIONS

Transfer Company Food Hall
500 E. Davie Street, Raleigh NC
919-594-1459
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Durham Food Hall
530 Foster Street, Durham NC
919-294-9910
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GIVE US A SHOUT

Questions? Comments? Good jokes? Contact us!

RALEIGH
919-594-1459
raleigh@localsoysterbar.com

DURHAM
919-294-9910
durham@localsoysterbar.com

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OUR SEAFOOD

Locals Oyster Bar is inspired by North Carolina’s seafood traditions. Oysters roasted on the beach. Shad roe with bacon. Fried mullet. Our state’s bountiful coastline created a seafood-rich, seasonal diet in the eastern part of the state for centuries. Our seafood restaurant seeks to celebrate this heritage.

Chef Eric Montagne knows a thing or two about seafood. He was born in Miami, where his father taught him how to fish in the ocean and canals of South Florida. This instilled an appreciation for the ocean at a young age. His family moved to North Carolina in 2000. Here, he continued to fish, picked up hunting, and explored the state from east to west. After a brief stint in the Rockies, North Carolina called Eric back and he put down roots in Raleigh. Chef Eric is excited to celebrate the seafood & traditions of his adopted home state.

Chef Eric Montagne holds a blueline tilefish

CATERING

To inquire about private events or catering, fill out this form or email us at catering@localsoysterbar.com.