Audubon Nature Institute’s sustainable seafood program, Gulf United for Lasting Fisheries (G.U.L.F.,) is celebrating the bounty of the Gulf of Mexico all summer. The third annual Summer of Sustainability dinner series will be hosted at Audubon Aquarium of the Americas and features the chefs of the G.U.L.F. Chef Council and Restaurant Partnership Program.
G.U.L.F. would like to formally invite you to join us for an evening of edible education, with proceeds going to benefit Audubon’s sustainable seafood efforts across the Gulf Coast. Tickets are now on sale; come dine with the sharks and support our program on: July 18, August 16, or September 20.
What does the dinner include?
Each dinner is six-courses with wine pairings.
Dress for a nicer evening out. We recommend jackets for men, but a tie is not necessary.
Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?
No. We will have a list with attendee names.
Is seafood the only item served?
This is a seafood dinner, so the dishes will all feature fish or shellfish.
When can I see the menu?
With seafood, we want the freshest available product, which sometimes isn’t known until right before the dinner. We will do our best to get menu information out as early as possible, but trust us, whatever these chefs make is going to be delicious.
Can menu subsitutions be made?
Unfortunately, we cannot accommodate menu substitutions.