New to this board. Watched the tail end of a show (didn't get the name) a few weeks ago where a travelling chef/writer visited a family owned restaurant specializing in shellfish (clams/oysters). They get shellfish all over the west coat from California north to Alaska and into Canada.
The chef raved about the freshness of the food and the clam and oyster stew which the father made famous but isn't for some reason on the regular menu. 3 or 4 brothers own the establishment that was started by the father or he purchased it from another owner. The restaurant has been around forever. Will be visting the Bay area during Xmas and we'd would love to try this place out.
It's a quaint place with a clam bar and it has a few tables. Seems to be difficult to get into (always a line) because the food is so good. Would anyone know the name of the restaurant I'm referring to? Thanks to all for assistance on this one! :)