G.U.L.F. Invites You to the Summer of Sustainability

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Building on the great success of last year’s event, Great Chefs for G.U.L.F.,  Audubon Nature Institute’s sustainable seafood program Gulf United for Lasting Fisheries (G.U.L.F.) is celebrating the bounty of the Gulf of Mexico all summer.

The Summer of Sustainability is a dinner series hosted at Audubon attractions, featuring the chefs of the G.U.L.F. Chef Council and Restaurant Partnership Program.

G.U.L.F. would like to formally invite you to join us for dinner, and enjoy the culinary adventure that awaits you at Audubon Nature Institute.

 

Participating Chefs and Restaurants (subject to change):
Cory Bahr, Restaurant Cotton
Jana Billiot, Restaurant R’evolution
Corbin Brand, Audubon Clubhouse Café
Alan Ehrich, Audubon Nature Institute
Bourbon House
Kristen Essig, Coquette
Tenney Flynn, GW Fins
Alex Harrell, Angeline
Ryan Hughes, Purloo
Brian Landry, Borgne
Chris Lynch, Atchafalaya
Ryan Prewitt, Peche
Peter Sclafani, Ruffino’s
Susan Spicer, Bayona
Jeremy Wolgamott, High Hat Café

 


Audubon Clubhouse Café

July 9, 2016
Event Details
SOLD OUT


Audubon Aquarium of the Amercas

August 4, 2016
Event Details
SOLD OUT

Audubon Zoo Swamp Exhibit

September 15, 2016
Event Details
SOLD OUT
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4 responses to “G.U.L.F. Invites You to the Summer of Sustainability”

  1. Brian O'Reilly says:

    Would like to register for the September GULF event.

  2. Courtney says:

    Really enjoyed the event at the aquarium last week. Will y’all post the pictures from that night anywhere? Would love to see them!

    Many thanks,
    Courtney S

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