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Melanie Wong | Jul 25, 201901:39 PM    

JULY 29 - AUGUST 4, 2019
Dine out in Santa Cruz next week for Get Hooked restaurant week!

“Get Hooked is a celebration of Monterey Bay’s sustainably caught seafood. Our local seafood story is a critical part of attracting visitors to this world-class destination. This promotion puts a spotlight on our hard-working fishing community and the masterful chefs who, together, deliver inspiring culinary experiences.”

Several species of economic importance to Santa Cruz will take center plate - King salmon, California halibut, Lingcod, and Sablefish (but others may make an appearance too!).

Participating restaurants: https://www.gethookedmontereybay.com/...

Organized by the Monterey Bay Fisheries Trust https://montereybayfisheriestrust.org/

https://www.ediblemontereybay.com/onl...

http://goodtimes.sc/restaurants-dinin...

https://www.santacruzsentinel.com/201...

Get Hooked restaurant week starts Monday in Santa Cruz an invite to a very special seafood experience!          

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