Trash Fish: A Collaborative Wine Dinner 6/16/14

Alongside Doug Katz from Fire Food and Drink, Chef Jonathon Sawyer & Trentina will welcome Shelia Bowman of the Monterey Bay Aquarium Seafood Watch to Cleveland with a Trash Fish collaborative dinner. 

"Trash fish" usually refers to larger fish species that are not commonly eaten, are too rare to be commonly encountered, or are not sought after by anglers for sporting purposes. To us "trash fish" is the BEST FISH you've never eaten. 

A Portion of the Proceeds will benefit The Great Lakes Science Center’s Lake Erie Web of Life Workshop

An additional donation of $100 would also provide a Title 1 class no-cost access to the hands-on workshop: Lake Erie Web of Life, which explores the roles of producers and consumers in a fresh-water ecosystem  such as Lake Erie.

Tickets at $120 plus tax and gratuity.
Reservations available by phone only at 216-921-3473
Seating is limited and payment is due upon reservation.
Some of our seating may be communal.
Sorry but we will not be able to accept cancellations.
Reservations are transferable to other diners.

June 16th, 2014 at 6:30pm