SalmonAid Hosts a Free Traditional Tribal Salmon Bake at Ocean Beach on Friday
We'll get a rare chance to taste salmon from there as Native American Tribes of the Klamath Basin join SalmonAid (the latter's motto: "Restore rivers, recover salmon, rebuild jobs") for a traditional tribal salmon bake at Ocean Beach this Friday, June 19. The festivities start at 6 p.m., and the star of the show -- Yurok fishermen-caught Klamath salmon -- will be served at 6:30.
The free Ocean Beach event is a special kick off to the two-day SalmonAid Festival, held on June 20-21 from noon to 7 p.m. in Oakland's Jack London Square. Admission is also free, though there will be a sustainable menu for purchase, including a Saigon salmon sandwich, a halibut Reuben, and Mediterranean stuffed sardines. (Thanks to Edible San Francisco for the tip.)