In the style of sustainability, Exploratorium’s new restaurant offers trayless cafeteria dining and Seafood Watch-approved seafood.
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- News Zagat
Exploratorium’s new restaurant Seaglass finds much inspiration from the sea. The Bon Appétit-run venue places sustainability at the forefront of these offerings.
- News Connected Traveler
Seaglass fits the ethos of the San Francisco Exploratorium, due to open April 17. The 200-seat waterfront restaurant at the end of Pier 15 offers a sweeping view of the bay and something for everyone from kids to adventurous foodies.
- News Denisonian
Denison University switches food service providers after 20 years.
- News San Francisco Chronicle
Seaglass restaurant at the new Exploratorium defies conventions of traditional museum cafés. Food mirrors the museum’s wonder, curiosity, and education.
- News Examiner.com
Exploratorium’s new $300 million home on Piers 15-17 employs “working waterfront aesthetic” in design that also incorporates Loretta Keller’s beautiful food.
- News Eater
The home of the Giants is also known for some of the country’s best stadium food.
- News Inside Scoop SF
Restaurants themed on sea and stone about to debut at new San Francisco Exploratorium.
- News Huffington Post
When BAMCO CEO Fedele Bauccio recently read a Pork Network op-ed by food industry and consumer advocate Rick Berman blasting the movement to ban gestation crates, he was moved to draft a response.
- News Edible Phoenix
For the executive chef at Phoenix’s Musical Instrument Museum, local sourcing is a way of life, not merely a trend.