Celebrate wild Alaska sockeye salmon and its fishermen!
Washington, D.C. area restaurants will feature Bristol Bay Sockeye Salmon dishes on their menus September 18th – 22nd, 2023. Find a participating restaurant to support American fishing families and healthy sustainable seafood with your fork.
WHY SUPPORT Bristol Bay SOCKEYE?
Bristol Bay, Alaska supports the largest wild salmon run on the planet. Spectacular, vast, and thriving, it is home to thousands of fishermen and millions of salmon. The pristine environment has been the foundation for 130 years of sustainable harvesting by generations of small boat fishermen.
Bristol Bay produces completely wild, clean, and nutrition-packed sockeye salmon. Naturally ruby red color and extremely versatile, Bristol Bay Sockeye Salmon is a delicious and sustainable ingredient that chefs will love to cook with and consumers will love to eat!
2023 Salmon week Restaurants
THE DISTRICT FISHWIFE
DUKE’S GROCERY FOGGY BOTTOM
DUKE’S GROCERY NAVY YARD
FORD’S FISH SHACK
THE OCEANAIRE SEAFOOD ROOM
THE SALT LINE
Zucker’s Bagels and Smoked FISH*
*NY based, available online
If you know or own a restaurant that wants to participate in salmon week, contact email@example.com to get all the details and learn how you can be supported.
NEW THIS YEAR: IN-STORE CHEF DEMOS
AT D.C.-AREA WHOLE FOODS MARKETS
New this year, we are excited to announce that two D.C. Metro area Whole Foods Markets will be hosting in-store Bristol Bay Sockeye Salmon Chef Demos during Salmon Week! These demos are yet another opportunity for consumers to test out Bristol Bay Sockeye before taking their own sockeye salmon home to enjoy.
SIGN UP TO BE A 2023 SALMON WEEK RESTAURANT PARTNER
Ready to get creative and add your own Bristol Bay Sockeye Salmon dish to your menu for Washington DC Salmon Week 2023? Simply fill out the form below and we’ll reach out soon with next steps!
SUPPORT BRISTOL BAY YEAR-ROUND
In addition to taking part in Salmon Week, you can support this fishery and this place by buying Bristol Bay Sockeye Salmon year-round and by ensuring that our wild places stay wild.
Check out savebristolbay.org/take-action to protect Bristol Bay’s wild fishery for generations to come.