Sea to Table Tasting


Take an epicurean tour of the sea — Ocean State style, Thursday, March 30 at Mount Hope Farm in Bristol, RI. Rhode Island is home to a thriving seafood industry with a deep heritage and bright future. You’re invited to spend an evening sampling the harvest from some of the richest waters in the world, or as we like to call it, our backyard.

The Sea to Table Tasting shines a light on the thriving, local shellfish/fishing industry and its place in our local food scene. We feature local chefs, who are creating amazing food, with the locally-sourced seafood that the Ocean State is best known for. The event shines a spotlight on local chefs and their growing relationship(s) with the local, sustainable seafood industry and the idea of locally-sourced seafood.

Presented in partnership with Eating with the Ecosystem.

Sea to Table Tasting Includes

The Aviary Restaurant
Bristol Oyster Bar
Judge Roy Bean Saloon
Quito's Restaurant
Roger Williams University
Russell Morin Catering & Events
Simone's Restaurant

Bucket Brewery
Newport Vineyards

Join this celebration of sustainable eating in the historic Barn at Mount Hope Farm for a night of locally-sourced seafood, craft beer and wine.

Check out this video from the 2016 Sea to Table Tasting:

East Bay Restaurant Week runs between March 14-23 with the Sea to Table Tasting Scheduled for Thurs, March 30, from 6-8:00 pm in The Barn at Mount Hope Farm in Bristol.

When: March 30
Where: Mount Hope Farm, Bristol, RI
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