Millions of salmon call Bristol Bay in Alaska home. Due to a commitment to sustainable fishing practices, these numbers have not faltered, even with Bristol Bay becoming home to one of the largest commercial wild salmon fisheries in the world.
To underscore the importance of sourcing seafood in a sustainable and responsible manner, Seattle Chef Nick Novello has partnered with Bristol Bay Regional Seafood Development Association (BBDRSA) and Bristol Bay Sockeye Salmon for featured menu specials at Miners Landing at Pier 57 and The Crab Pot Bellevue from October 14 through November 30, 2019.
“We feel fortunate to partner with the folks at the BBRSDA to bring awareness to the importance of sustainable seafood sourcing and the world’s largest wild salmon run,” said Chef Nick Novello, culinary director at Great Western Pacific Inc., parent company of Crab Pot and Fisherman’s Restaurant & Bar. “The folks in Bristol Bay are doing it right; their responsible practices are yielding a delicious product that we love to showcase on our menus.”
Guests can enjoy the rich flavor of Bristol Bay sockeye salmon in three different dishes at Fisherman’s Restaurant & Bar at Miners Landing on Seattle’s waterfront. The first featured dish is the Grilled Sockeye with a classically grilled sockeye lightly brushed with butter and lemon, wild rice pilaf, and seasonal chef vegetables. The second dish is the Pan-Seared Bristol Bay Sockeye with crispy skin seared sockeye, fresh corn beurre blanc, young garbanzo and corn succotash. The last featured dish is the Wild Red Salmon Poke with marinated sockeye, nori strips, garlic, soy sauce, ginger, togarashi, edamame, tender green garbanzo beans, and sushi rice.
Fisherman’s Restaurant and Bar is located at Pier 57, home to the iconic Seattle Great Wheel and the flying theater, Wings Over Washington. Experience all of the beauty the Pacific Northwest has to offer and spend a night at the pier enjoying PNW-themed entertainment and delicious Bristol Bay sockeye salmon.
The Fisherman’s Restaurant & Bar | 1301 Alaskan Way, Seattle | (206) 623-3500