#307 – Dine Out for America’s Gulf Seafood Tonight – December 1, 2010 – Support the Fisherman of the Gulf While Enjoying a Fantastic Meal!
Tonight – Wednesday, December 1, 2010 – you can be a part of a national movement to support the Gulf Coast fishermen – just by eating out at one of Atlanta’s best restaurants. Almost 300 chefs and restauranteurs from around the country are participating in Dine America/Dine Louisiana as a nationwide show of solidarity for Gulf fishermen and to boost the demand for Gulf seafood.
Growing up on the west coast of Florida, the Gulf was a constant in my life. Anyone who has lived or visited the Gulf coast region knows first-hand the importance of the seafood industry to the local economy. You can help show support for this important industry and help save a culture and a cuisine.
Participating Atlanta restaurants are: Aria/Chef Gerry Klaskala, Au Pied de Cochon/Chef Didier Lailheugue, Davio’s/Chef Bennett Hollberg, JCT Kitchen and Bar/Chef Ford Fry, South City Kitchen-Midtown/Chef Chip Ulbrich, South City Kitchen-Vinings/Chef Chip Ulbrich, Spice Market Atlanta/Jean-Georges Vongerichten, and Woodfire Grill/Chef Kevin Gillespie.
You may already be planning to dine out tonight, anyway – or perhaps you are thinking that you really don’t feel like going home and having to cook. Why not dine out tonight and show your support for the Gulf seafood industry? For more information about this cause, click here. Enjoy!
WHERE: Dine America/Dine Louisiana – Various participating restaurants