Celebrate Seafood events are a great way to learn more about the issues surrounding sustainable seafood and the steps you can take to protect the oceans. Events have included documentary screenings, fine dining, cooking classes, and forums.

Previous Events

Celebrate Seafood Dinner at Row 34

When: January 27, 2014, 7:00 pm
Where: Row 34, 383 Congress St, Boston, MA


Raw Bar: Island Creek oysters, Row 34 oysters and others
Second Course: Farmed Arctic char lox, fried rye bread, walnut pesto, pickled gold beets
Third Course: Pan-roasted wild wreckfish, risotto, shaved baby fennel, blood orange
Dessert: Fried apple hand pies with caramel sauce

Celebrate Seafood Dinner at Tomasso Trattoria Enoteca

When: February 28, 2014, 7:00 pm
Where: Tomasso | The Crossings, 154 Turnpike Road, Southborough, Mass.


Crudo of fluke with Taggiasca olives, tangerine and pancetta powder
Warm crab over carrot budino with creamy crab sauce
Apulian Grano Arso spaghetti with spicy calamari-tomato sauce
Pan-seared Acadian red fish with steamed Wellfleet clams, romanesco cauliflower in caper-oregano pesto

Celebrate Seafood Dinner at B&G Oysters

When: Tuesday, September 23, 2014
Where: B&G Oysters | 550 Tremont Street, Boston, MA, 02116


A four-course menu will be available all evening long.

  • Dungeness crab salad, zucchini, house preserved lemon, everything spice crumble
  • Arctic char, summer bean assiette, celery brodo
  • Spaghetti and clams, grilled market squid, Pat Woodbury Littleneck Clams, heirloom tomato
  • Mahi mahi, chanterelle mushrooms, farro, local corn

A sustainably-farmed wine pairing will be available for $30 per person.


Celebrate Seafood Dinner at EVOO

When: October 30, 2014
Where: EVOO Restuarant, 350 Third Street
Kendal Square, Cambridge
Cost: 3 courses paired with wine for $75

EVOO, an acronym for Extra Virgin Olive Oil, serves eclectic New American cuisine. Enjoy a menu created by Chef Peter McCarthy featuring sustainable seafood, organic, local and sustainable ingredients while learning about ocean-friendly menu choices. EVOO is proud to be a LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) Gold Certified Restaurant.


The New England Aquarium has resources available to help you identify ocean-friendly seafood choices.
Learn how to pick ocean-friendly seafood species and a variety of great recipes.

Elizabeth Fitzsimons
Outreach Coordinator, Sustainable Seafood Programs