TJ’s Fresh Seafood Market planned a special dinner supporting The Copper River Watershed Project at the market’s location at 4212 Oak Lawn in Dallas, Sunday November 10. The original dinner sold out rather quickly, but a second seating was just announced today.
Why: Alaskan wild salmon, and the Copper River in particular, is the model of seafood sustainability. It doesn’t happen by accident. The salmon “season” is short, but the Copper River Watershed Project works 12 months a year supporting salmon-based cultures, communities and economies in the Copper River Watershed.
Only $55 per person for 4 course tasting menu featuring Copper River Coho Salmon (dessert and beverages extra, BTG Wine List By Favorite Brands) – proceeds support the Copper River Watershed Project.
The second seating is set for 8:30 with about 30 seats available at this time. Call 214-219-3474 with a credit card to make your reservation.
Can’t make the dinner? People can support CopperRiver.org by purchasing high-quality Copper River Coho salmon (price approx. 19.99/lb) at both TJ’s. A portion of proceeds goes to support CopperRiver.org. Every Copper River Salmon purchaser also receives a 4″x4″ 2 color sticker and an entry for a drawing for 12 Jars of Smoked Copper River Salmon (announced Sunday at the dinner).
One response to “Second Seating At TJ’s Benefit For Copper River Watershed Project”
T.J.’s jumbo crab cake over their garden salad with homemade wasabi dressing, is over the top, good. Also good crab cakes at Sea Breeze in Plano.