“One Fish, Two Fish, I’d Be Blue Without A Sustainable-Seafood Dish!” :: San Francisco

OK, so it’s nowheres near as good as Dr. Seuss’s title, but there’s still time to do your part to SAVE OUR SEAFOOD while feasting on a sumptuous six-course sustainable seafood dinner involving both top fishery scientists and top San Francisco chefs, at 6:30 p.m. at Scott Howard restaurant, Thursday, September 6th, 2007.

I don’t know if Bravo will be scoping this out for next Top Chef series, but I do know that between chefs Ron Siegel (Ritz-Carlton), Mike Selvera (Bar Crudo), Jason Fox (Bar Tartine), Mark Denham (brand new hot-spot, Laïola) and Scott Howard (you guessed it… Scott Howard’s), you’ll be royally wined and dined, while simultaneously feeding your mind.

You’ll hear from experts in the field about the current status of the world’s fisheries and aquatic habitats, while learning ways to help conserve our fishery resources locally as well as what needs to be accomplished to conserve aquatic ecosystems on a global scale.

Proceeds from this important benefit will help sustain our fisheries by providing support for the missions of the:
American Fisheries Society
Fisheries Conservation Society

Tickets are $300 and maybe purchased from:
Betsy Fritz
2007 AFS Fund Raising Coordinator
E: sustainablefisheries@comcast.net
W: Sustainable Seafood Benefit Dinner

By Vagablond’s Token Redhead.

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