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Farm to Bay Returns to the Living Coast Discovery Center

Culinary celebration on San Diego Bay brings together 30+ top local restaurants, breweries and wineries in support of coastal wildlife, education and sustainability




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Sip, sample and mingle with wildlife at Farm to Bay, a culinary celebration benefitting the Living Coast Discovery Center, a nonprofit zoo/aquarium on San Diego Bay.

Headlining the event are Chefs Matt Gordon (Urban Solace Restaurant Group), Will Gustwiller (Eclipse Chocolate) and Miguel Valdez. Sample from 30+ local restaurants, breweries and wineries and support wildlife, education and sustainability programs at the Living Coast.

The evening includes musical performances, auctions and up-close animal encounters with Living Coast animal ambassadors, including endangered sea turtles, sharks, rays, hawks, eagles, owls, reptiles and more.

Additional restaurant and beverage partners include: George’s at the Cove, Top of the Market, Wrench & Rodent, Sushi on a Roll, Loews Coronado Bay Resort, Mission Avenue Bar & Grill, Dang Brother Pizza, Big Front Door, Nomad Donuts, Boochcraft, Cutwater Spirits, Golden Coast Mead, Fruitcraft, Quigley Fine Wines, Wiens Family Cellars, 3 Punk Ales, Second Chance Beer Co. and more. See event website for full list of food and beverage partners.

 

Event Details

Farm to Bay
Saturday, August 4, 4–7:30 p.m.
Living Coast Discovery Center
For tickets and more info

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