Herb & Sea is happy to announce its long-term partnership with WILDCOAST, an international non-profit that conserves coastal and marine ecosystems and addresses climate change through natural solutions, which will kick off Monday, March 21 at Herb & Sea with a multi-course dinner, the Treasure Fish Feast.
The evening will begin at 6:30 pm with welcome cocktails from Solento Tequila along with tray-passed bites, followed by a five-course dinner menu exclusively utilizing local treasure fish, lesser-known and non-targeted species caught in San Diego’s fisheries often called “by-catch,” paired with wine from Niner Winery.
WILDCOAST’s CEO Serge Dedina along with local scientists and fishermen will be in attendance to learn more about WILDCOAST’s mission and how to protect our fisheries. All profits from ticket revenue will go towards funding WILDCOAST’s efforts to conserve our planet’s most critical ecosystems. Known as a favorite spot for locals to enjoy the bounties of sea and land, a rotating by-catch menu item will be right at home on Herb & Sea’s menu of simple and fresh dishes all reminiscent of a salty, summer, seaside escape.
Guests will receive a rapid COVID-19 test upon arrival.