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Politics of the Fish

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Vanity Fair surveys some of the country's most high end and most popular seafood restaurants to see who is serving endangered and over fished species like bluefin tuna, Chilean sea bass, and black grouper. The NYC offenders include Nobu, Estiatorio Milos, and somewhat surprisingly, Le Bernardin: "There is a surprising amount of over fished or endangered seafood on the menu at Eric Ripert’s Le Bernardin for a chef who has pleased the Seafood Choices Alliance and the N.R.D.C. for refusing to sell Chilean sea bass, bluefin, and grouper." [Vanity Fair]

Le Bernardin

155 West 51st Street, New York, NY 10019

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