seafood

Your Summer Food Festival Bucket List

14 summer food festivals to satisfy the eyes and the stomach.

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Providence’s New Seafood Shack: Dune Brothers

Dune Brothers is serving clam cakes and chowder, fish and chips, oysters and more from its takeout window.

Dune Brothers Seafood serves clam cakes and chowder and fish and chips. The chowder is just as good, if not better — dare I say it?— than your favorite Rhode Island clam shacks.

Panel Discussion: What’s the future of Narragansett Bay?

Join the TV conversation “Is Narragansett Bay Too Clean?” on June 20.

In our June issue, freelance writer Todd McLeish explores the controversial idea that after years of pollution, fussy bureaucrats have gone too far in the other direction, and now our bay is too clean. Lobstermen Al Eagles and Lanny Dellinger have shellfished in Narragansett Bay for decades and say the water is clear but it’s become a dead environment because…

Save the Date for the Sustainable Seafood Symposium

Ted Talk-style discussions will contemplate our complex seafood food system, some of the challenges we face and explore creative opportunities and solutions to the issues.

The program will be followed by a reception stocked with local oysters, sustainable California caviar, champagne and Foolproof brews.