Celebrate wild salmon straight from Bristol Bay, Alaska! Seattle area restaurants will feature Bristol Bay Sockeye Salmon dishes on their menus Nov. 14-20. Visit participating restaurants to support American fishing families and healthy sustainable seafood with your fork order one of the exclusive Bristol Bay sockeye salmon creations and join the conversation using #BristolBaySalmonWeek and tagging @BristolBaySockeyeSalmon.

Participating Restaurants & Markets*

Big Max Burger Co.
Bristol Bay Wild Market at Climate Pledge Arena
Carlile Room
Cinque Terre
Civility & Unrest
East Anchor Seafood*
Haymaker (Eastlake)
Haymaker (West Seattle)
How To Cook A Wolf (Queen Anne)
How To Cook A Wolf (Madison Park)
Light Sleeper
Local Tide
Ltd. Edition Sushi
Mr. West Café & Bar Downtown
Mr. West Café & Bar U-village
Pasta Casalinga
Red House Renton
Seatown Rubshack & Fish Fry
Seattle Fish Guys*
Serious Pie Ballard
Serious Pie Downtown
Serious Pie Totem Lake
Sushi Kappo Tamura
The Crab Pot (Seattle)
The Fisherman’s Restaurant & Bar
The Lakehouse
The Salmon Cooker
The Walrus and the Carpenter
The Whale Wins

*denotes market

If you know or own a restaurant that wants to participate in salmon week, contact lilani [at] bbrsda.com to get all the details and learn how you can be supported.

About Bristol Bay

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.

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.