Fish 'n' Flicks

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“Imagine an ocean without fish. Imagine your meals without seafood. Imagine the global consequences. This is the future if we do not stop, think and act.” —The End of the Line

Details were still getting assembled on these upcoming sustainable seafood restaurant dinners, but I wanted to get them on your radar. The producers of the international documentary The End of the Line are partnering with some of America’s most renowned and ecologically conscious chefs to host Fish ‘n’ Flicks dinners. All menus will feature sustainably sourced, mostly local, and totally delicious seafood, and will feature a 26-minute version of the film.

Jan. 12th
6:30pm screening, dinner immediately following
Yankee Pier
3593 Mount Diablo Blvd., Lafayette Mercantile Building, Lafayette, 925-283-4100
Price: TBD

Jan. 15th
7pm five-course tasting menu of local seafood prepared by Tom Worthington of Monterey Fish Market; the screening between courses two and three
18 Reasons
593 Guerrero St., San Francisco
Price: $85 general/$75 members
Buy tickets/view the menu

Jan. 20th
6:30pm screening followed by tasting menu of local, “small boat” seafood
Oliveto
5655 College Ave., Oakland, 510-547-5356
Price: $45

More dinners will be posted here as they’re finalized. And anyone who wants more information can contact Anna Ghosh directly.