Help clean up the Gulf oil spill and support local salmon fishermen at Scoma’s

Scoma’s, San Francisco’s venerable seafood restaurant, is launching another fundraiser to support both Gulf oil spill clean-up and the Pacific Coast’s salmon fishers. On Thursdays – July 15, 22 and 29 -100 percent of the proceeds from the restaurant’s popular Triple Play lunch menu will be donated to United Commercial Fisherman’s Association, Louisiana, and Pacific Coast Federation of Fishermen, San Francisco.

Lunch Triple Play is just $23.95 including complimentary valet parking.

Scoma’s customers and employees raised $7,000 in May’s fundraiser for the Lake Pontchartrain Basin Foundation.

“ Both the San Francisco and Louisiana fishing communities and seafood habitats are being devastated by poor environmental practices. On the West Coast, what should now be our thriving salmon season is practically non-existent. And it will be too long before the Gulf fishing industry recovers,” said Mariann Costello, vice president, Scoma’s. “As dedicated supporters of sustainable fishing, we hope this fund raising effort gives our guests and our employees an opportunity to support the protection and clean-up of our precious oceans and gulfs. We urge the community to join us.”

Lunch is served 11:30am – 3:30pm. Complimentary valet parking. Scoma’s is located on Pier 47 overlooking the Bay at Al Scoma Way and Jefferson St.

About Scoma’s – Celebrating 45 years

Steeped with a family tradition of quality and service, San Francisco’s most popular and venerable seafood restaurant first opened in 1965, when brothers Al and Joseph Scoma took over a six-table coffee shop to serve fishermen on the wharf. Using their mother’s recipe collection, the Scoma brothers’ humble café became so popular that today it serves more than 300,000 locals and visitors annually. For more information, please visit