Let Us Cater Your Next Party or Fund Raiser!

Oyster Roasts

Lowcountry Boils

Crab Boils


Clam Bakes

Fish Frys

Bluffton Oyster Company specializes in seafood catering for both large and small events. We prepare for each and every event individually. Bluffton Oyster Company is at your convenience and will work with you at every level to ensure a successful event. We pride ourselves on our professionalism, appearance, and manner.  No detail is too small, no event too large.

Fund Raisers, Weddings, Churches, Businesses and Family reunions love the fact that we offer something more unique and memorable for their guests. Along with your seafood boil we can also offer grilled steak, hamburgers, hot dogs and BBQ. But most of all; have your next event include an Oyster Roast or Lowcountry Boil!

All catering packages are boiled, steamed or grilled at your Bluffton, Hilton Head or Lowcountry area location and include serving staff, service dishes, serving tables and covers, utensils and condiments.

Whether you're looking for a Lowcountry caterer for an Oyster Roast, Frogmore stew, Boiled Crabs, Shrimp or a Barbeque for 1,000 guests or just a great catering company to handle your on site cook out, we'd be glad to take care of the details for you! Oyster Roasts are what we do best. We'd be glad to customize a menu for you.

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All seafood is fresh and locally caught!

Call today 843-757-4010.

Fresh Shrimp

Bluffton Oyster Company always has the freshest local shrimp. Brown shrimp are caught fresh in late Spring and early summer while white shrimp are harvested in August through January.

soft-shell blue crabs

A delicacy enjoyed by many. The season is short, generally in early April and only lasts a few weeks. Bluffton Oyster Company offers soft-shell blue crabs caught in our local waters. Please stop by and see how we harvest these delicious crabs for you.

what's the right season for oysters?

Oyster season opens in September 1st and closes on May 15th annually, although the Department of Natural Resources can vary the season if conditions warrant.