What does it mean to eat truly sustainable seafood? SF Slow Fish 2018, April 15–16, 8:30pm


SF Slow Fish 2018, hosted by Slow Food San Francisco, is 3 days of fun, food, and fish stories! After a friendly competition between two chefs and one local “mystery” species at the SF Ferry Plaza Farmers Market, we welcome Slow Fish attendees to our Oyster Shuck Happy Hour Welcoming Reception on Pier 41. On April 15–16, SF Slow Fish 2018 will present an audience driven fun filled conference at at the SOMArts Cultural Center. Featuring Seafood Lunches with Fishermen’s catches and cooked by world renown Chefs. Both days end with a festive happy hour giving us plenty of time to get to “know your fishermen”.

About SF Slow Fish 2018:

This is an educational, volunteer-driven event. A gathering for Fishermen, Chefs, Scientist, business leaders, educators, and seafood eaters to form a collective appetite for truly sustainable seafood. Slow Fish 2018 will work towards an action-oriented approach that is impactful and meaningful to the fishing industry and seafood eaters. Slow Fish is dedicated to the same guidelines under Slow Food: Good, Clean, and Fair. Seafood should be Good to eat as well as good to the environment and the people who harvest it. Seafood should be clean; knowing where your seafood comes from and how it was caught, farmed, or transported will support this. Fairness is Access to fish and fair pay from fish to plate. To grow our community of fishermen and fishing families, scientists, chefs, and all people who are concerned about the vitality of the ocean, delicious seafood, and our economy. To better understand what makes seafood good, clean, and fair.

For more information, check out https://sfslowfish.com/

SF Slow Fish 2018 is presented at SOMArts as part of the Space Rental program, which is supported by the San Francisco Arts Commission.