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Support Coastal Wildlife and Sustainability at the 8th Annual Farm to Bay

The tasting event brings together restaurants, breweries and wineries at Living Coast Discovery Center




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The Living Coast Discovery Center, a nonprofit zoo and aquarium on San Diego Bay in Chula Vista, will host Farm to Bay, its eighth annual culinary celebration, on Saturday, August 5. The unique tasting event brings together some of San Diego’s finest restaurants, breweries, wineries, farms, and more to support the Living Coast’s wildlife, education, and sustainability programs in its largest fundraiser of the year.

Chef Jeff Roberto, co-founder of Sushi on a Roll, will serve as culinary chair, and he's bringing with him a host of other restaurant partners. Guests will taste bites from Matua’s Sushi Bar & Islander Grill, Rolled Up, Eclipse Chocolate Bar & Bistro, Loews Coronado Bay Resort, Dang Brother Pizza, and many more.

Look for beer and wine tastings from local favorites like Novo Brazil Brewery, Bay Bridge Brewing, Chula Vista Brewery, Modern Times Beer, Sierra Nevada Brewing Co., Quigley Fine Wines, FruitCraft, Wiens Family Cellars, Barefoot Wine, PRP Wine International, Cool Down Coffee, Hubert’s Lemonade, Boochcraft, Juice Wave and Suja Juice, among others.

Tickets for the event are on sale now, and guests are encouraged to purchase tickets early as the event is expected to sell out. In 2016, the Living Coast matched its highest net proceeds in the event’s history, raising $96,000 through sponsorships, ticket sales, auction, and Raise the Paddle donations.

Event Details:
August 5, 2017
4 - 7:30 p.m.
Ticket price: $100
www.thelivingcoast.org/farmtobay

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