May 9, 2012 | Events

The (un)Common Fish Dinner

The sustainable seafood movement has gained momentum and grown throughout the US as more people become aware of over-fishing and environmentally-destructive fishing methods which cause different species of fish to become extinct. Restaurants and chefs have been part of the problem, continuing to fill their menus with over-fished varieties because of their popularity.

The menu will be full of a variety of different seafood, all species that are not in danger of over-fishing, from fisheries using fishing methods with the smallest environmental impact. This dinner is the first step for the Roadhouse to become more involved in sustainable seafood and we look forward to learning and sharing with all of you for many more meals to come.

The Menu:

Crispy Smelt with caper aioli

Chilled Avocado & Lime with smoked Black Drum

Copper River Sockeye with snap pea & shitake risotto

Rice Pudding Napoleon with kiwi & currant coulis

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