Show your appreciation for our bountiful New England waters (and help ensure they stay that way) at the first ever Sustainable Seafood Gala on Friday, October 5th. The Boston Fisheries Foundation has tapped some of the area’s most talented chefs for the swanky VIP event which kicks off the Boston Seafood Festival, which is scheduled for Saturday, October 6th. Tickets will you get you into the Bank of America Pavilion for an evening filled with wine, beer and bubbly, live jazz and all manner of local and sustainable seafood from chefs like Nuno Alves (Tavolo), Brandon Arms (Garden at the Cellar), Dante de Magistris (dante and il Casale), Jose Duarte (Taranta), Matthew Gaudet (West Bridge), Will Gilson (Puritan & Co.), Andrew Hebert (Trade), Carolyn Johnson (80 Thoreau), Brendan Joy (Radius) and Brian Rae (Rialto), among lots of others. Details and tickets for either the Gala ($125 each) or the Festival ($10 each for general admission) are available online. Pick up a pair and do your part to support the New England fishing industry.