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Eating for the Health of our Oceans

November 1, 2023 @ 9:00 pm - November 2, 2023 @ 12:00 am

Join Patagonia Palo Alto, Barnacle Foods, Hog Island Oyster Co, Outdoor Chef Life, Wild Oyster Project for food , fun, and community.

Eating for the Health of Our Oceans: Please join Patagonia Palo Alto, Barnacle Foods, Hog Island Oyster Company, and Outdoor Life Chef at Devils Canyon Brewing for an evening of ocean films, short talks, seafood bites, craft beer, and community. All proceeds benefit Wild Oyster Project. **Under 21 must be accompanied by a guardian.

What’s Included:

  • Small bites by Chef Taku of Outdoor Chef Life featuring Barnacle Foods Alaska-grown kelp condiments and Patagonia Provisions tinned seafood
  • Oyster bar by Hog Island Oysters
  • Short presentations by Hog Island Oyster Company, Barnacle Foods, Wild Oyster Project
  • Patagonia will be featuring short films from their Marine Protected Areas campaign

About the Hosts:

Barnacle Foods is based out of Juneau, Alaska and makes foods out of Alaska-grown kelp – including a line of hot sauces, seasonings, salsas, and more. They have set out to use business as a tool for positive change and they are on a mission to do good for the oceans, communities, and our collective future.

Hog Island Oyster Co. began oyster farming in 1983 with the goal of raising the best quality, sustainable shellfish in a beautiful location. They started their farm with a five-acre shellfish lease in Tomales Bay, CA raising the Pacific oyster (Crassostrea gigas), which they call Hog Island® Sweetwater. Today, Hog Island farms on 160 acres of intertidal lands in Tomales Bay where we raise all five edible oyster varieties found in the Northern Hemisphere, plus Manila clams. They also own and operate a series of highly successful seafood restaurants and a catering business throughout the Bay Area of California.

Outdoor Chef Life is a popular YouTube channel and is made up Chef Taku and Jocelyn. At a young age, in his home country of Japan, Taku’s father would take him out off the coast to fish. It was not until after they moved to the Bay area in California and when Taku was studying in college and working as a sushi chef when he discovered his love for foraging. It began inland where he would search out plants in his local area, eventually leading to Chef Taku searching for an endless variety of local seafood near the coast. The Outdoor Chef Life YouTube channel showcases a love for the outdoor life, ocean, and the foods it provides.

Patagonia Palo Alto is located in the middle of Silicon Valley, across the street from Stanford University and directly across from the Palo Alto Caltrain stop, Patagonia Palo Alto is easy to reach. Built in 1880 for hay storage, our sturdy old building survived the 1906 earthquake and eight years later became the area’s first Ford dealership. Drop by to find a nice assortment of quality Patagonia outdoor clothing and gear for the whole family. They have what you need to hit the slopes, the rock, the river, ocean, and the road.

Wild Oyster Project works towards restoring wild oysters in the San Francisco Bay. Our native Olympia Oyster is an eco-engineer filtering water, sequestering carbon and mitigating the effects of coastal erosion caused by climate change. Their vision is a swimmable, edible Bay. All funds from tickets will go to the good work of the Wild Oyster Project.


November 1, 2023 @ 9:00 pm
November 2, 2023 @ 12:00 am


Devil’s Canyon Brewing Company
935 Washington Street
San Carlos, CA 94070 United States