Palm Beach

May 31, 2016

PB Catch Seafood & Raw Bar celebrates World Ocean’s Day in partnership with the Florida Oceanographic Society

PB Catch Seafood & Raw Bar celebrates World Ocean’s Day on June 8, 2016 with a special menu in partnership with the Florida Oceanographic Society. The ocean is the heart of our planet and connects people across the Earth, no matter where we live. In order to ensure the health and safety of our communities and future generations, it’s imperative that we take the responsibility to care for the ocean as it cares for us. The theme for World Ocean’s Day is “Healthy Oceans, Healthy Planet”. To celebrate, PB CATCH Seafood & Raw Bar will offer four new dishes, which feature the Triggerfish, Lionfish, Red Porgy and Sheepshead. Each fish, chosen by Chef de Cuisine Aaron Black, has been procured in a sustainable way and the Lionfish will be served to promote awareness on the species.  In support of their event partner, the Florida Oceanographic Society, PB CATCH Seafood & Raw Bar will make a donation of five dollars for each Triggerfish, Red Porgy and Sheepshead dish sold and a ten dollars for each Lionfish dish sold during the evening.

During this special evening, guests will be able to take home specialty informational cards explaining the sustainability of each featured fish and other key fish offered at PB CATCH Seafood & raw Bar.  There will also be the opportunity to speak with Mr. Mark Perry, Executive Director of the Florida Oceanographic Society about our world’s oceans.

Mark Perry is the Executive Director of Florida Oceanographic Society, serving in this position since 1978. Florida Oceanographic Society is a non-profit organization established since 1964 and dedicated to inspiring environmental stewardship of Florida’s coastal ecosystems through education and research. Perry is responsible for the developing and directing the Society’s education, research and advocacy programs. He directs the building and expansion of the Florida Oceanographic Coastal Center on Hutchinson Island in Stuart, Florida that includes regional aquariums, exhibits and nature trails on the 57-acre site opened to the public. Perry is an author and co-author of several publications and is active speaker to many scientific and community organizations, continuing to advocate for protecting Florida’s ocean and coastal ecosystems.

PB CATCH Seafood & Raw Bar is located at 251 Sunrise Avenue, Palm Beach, FL 33480, and is open Monday through Saturday, with the raw bar and lounge opening at 4:30pm. Full dinner service begins at 5:30 p.m. For reservations, call (561) 655-5558

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