Sustainable Seafood Takes Center Stage at Seattle Dinner Theater Sustainable Seafood Takes Center Stage at Seattle Dinner Theater
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Sustainable Seafood Takes Center Stage at Seattle Dinner Theater

by Grist

June 6, 2010

At Seattle's Cafe Nordo, the wait staff quotes Jack London, the soup is served from fish tanks, and there's enough alcohol to ease the pain of the BP oil spill—momentarily.

Nordo's odd coupling of an oceanic musical production, Bounty! An Epic Adventure in Seafood, with a five-course sustainable seafood dinner is the group's second, largely successful, venture into the world of dinner theater.

The theater aspect of the production—tables are set in a makeshift ship in which vivacious sailors go from hoisting sails to serving food—involves stowaways and evolution, scorned lovers, and global warming. The resulting plot is a bit haphazard, but quite complements the food, the true star of the production.

Read the rest of the post at Grist.

Photo via Grist, courtesy of Amani Ellen Loutfy

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Sustainable Seafood Takes Center Stage at Seattle Dinner Theater