A new website by the name of Fish2Fork has taken it upon itself to be the watchdog for American and British restaurants' willingness to serve sustainable seafood. It bills itself as "the first attempt we know of to rate restaurants that serve fish not only for the quality of their food but also for the effect they are having on the seas and on marine life." Thing is, the project is still very much in its infancy and only a limited number of restaurants are rated so far, leading SF critic Michael Bauer to call it "a great effort, but a modest beginning." That said, it's worth taking a look at the best ratings and the worst offenders.
15 East, Nobu, and more over At Eater National . >>