CopperRiver30 Dinner at Blueacre Seafood
Wednesday, May 29th • 6:30pm
The Copper River 30 Dinner is now Sold Out.
30 years ago, seafood consultant, Jon Rowley, had an idea that would eventually earn him his nickname as the
King of Copper River Salmon.
Recognizing the potential of the Copper River gill net fishery where most of the salmon went into cans, Rowley launched an experiment with Alaska Airlines and a few fisherman to produce "troll quality" salmon by improving handling and temperature control.
In 1983, the first 400 pound trial shipment to Seattle restaurants would launch the Copper River oil-rich thoroughbreds into the foodie consciousness, creating a delicacy anticipated every spring by salmon connoisseurs all over the country.
Please join Jon Rowley and Blueacre Seafood for a special dinner to celebrate 30 years of the
return of the kings.
Grilled Jumbo Yakima Asparagus
hand formed burrata, alaskan sea salt, basil pesto
Firesteed Pinot Gris
Slow Roasted Copper River King Salmon "Rowley Style"
butter poached morels
Trio of Oregon Pinot Noirs
Madagascar Vanilla Bean Panna Cotta
frog hollow farms apricots
Late Harvest Riesling
Price: $65.00 per person plus tax and gratuity
(Includes food menu and wine pairings).
When calling the restaurant or using our website for reservations, please indicate that you will be attending
the CopperRiver30 Dinner.
After 5pm, parking is FREE in our building. Please enter our Impark lot located on Stewart Street between Seventh and Eighth opposite the Federal Courthouse, and ask your server for validation.
Vote With Your Fork. And join us in the fight to save our nation's last great salmon fishery. For More Information: savebristolbay.org and bristolbaysockeye.org