Participating chefs include Alan Lovewell, founder of community-supported fishery Real Good Fish. Photo courtesy of SOS Seafood Festival.

Participating chefs include Alan Lovewell, founder of community-supported fishery Real Good Fish. Photo courtesy of SOS Seafood Festival.

SOS_Logo_FINALSet in the picturesque harbor in Princeton-By-The-Sea, the festival honors the area’s major fishing industry. Events include demos by celebrity chefs as well as talks on ocean warming and sustainability, the seafood chain, and the role of restaurants and food servers in shaping the future of local seafood. Chefs and speakers are curated by the Google Food Team and Edible Silicon Valley magazine. Food trucks serve fresh, sustainable seafood, and beverage bistros feature a variety of local wines, small-batch craft beers, and specialty cocktails. Cost: adults $45; free for age 20 and under if accompanied by an adult ticket holder.
Info and tickets: here

Saturday, January 30 (rain or shine), 10am–5pm
SOS Seafood Festival: Sustaining Our Seas
Outdoor lots surrounding the Half Moon Bay Brewing Company
390 Capistrano Rd, Half Moon Bay (Princeton-By-The-Sea)

The festival takes place in the fishing hamlet Princeton-By-The-Sea, near Half Moon Bay. Photo courtesy of SOS Seafood Festival.

The festival takes place in the fishing hamlet Princeton-By-The-Sea, near Half Moon Bay.
Photo courtesy of SOS Seafood Festival.