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Manna at Lobster Inn Launches Manna Mondays

at Manna at Lobster Inn | Mon Nov 01 - Mon Nov 29


Manna at Lobster Inn

5 Inlet Road
Southampton, NY 11968
Contact Name: Nicole Castillo

Date & Time

06:00 PM - 09:00 PM
Cost:    0

Manna at Lobster Inn has announced the launch of an aquaculture series "Manna Mondays" at the restaurant. The weekly educational aquaculture program “Manna Mondays” features guest speakers, presentations, curated chef”s dinners and Manna’s delicious locally sourced seafood on Monday, November 1st.  Each week will feature a guest speaker discussing topics related to aquaculture and seafood including farming, wild capture fisheries, IUU fishing, food traceability, habitat restoration, working waterfront revitalization, workforce training and sustainable seafood production and sourcing. 


November Schedule

November 1

Manna leadership duo of Donna Lanzetta and Ryunosuke Jesse Matsuoka

share a discussion on the goals and plans of the Manna Monday program.


November 8

Finfish Farmer Mike Meeker “The Fish Whisperer”

First organic certified finfish farmer in North America

and inventor of the Storm Safe Submersible ® Net Pen


Dr. Michael Chambers

University of New Hampshire Seagrant Marine Aquaculture IMTA (Integrated Multi=Trophic Aquaculture) Specialist


November 15

Mindy Crawford of Wolffer Vineyard

Discussion on sustainability at Wolffer Vineyard followed by a wine dinner featuring custom menu by Chef Tom Bogia paired with Wolffer wines


November 22

American Whiskey Ambassador Tim Heuisler

Discussion on small batch American Whiskey followed by a dinner prepared by Chef Tom Bogia paired with Basil Hayden whiskey and sponsored by Jim Beam.


November 29

Aram Terchun and Laura Fabrizio of Moriches Bay Project

Discussion on the mission and accomplishments of The Moriches Bay Project,, followed by a dinner featuring a custom menu designed by  Chef Tom Bogia.

Tickets are $100 pp with proceeds shared by Moriches Bay Project and the Manna Ocean Foundation, both of which are 501(c)(3) not-for- profit organizations