Dine with downtown St. Petersburg's Sea Salt to support local homeless youth

On Monday, stop in for lunch or dinner.

click to enlarge Every Oyster Needs a Shell kicked off Sunday. - Meaghan Habuda
Meaghan Habuda
Every Oyster Needs a Shell kicked off Sunday.

There's still time to dine at downtown St. Pete's Sea Salt in support of local homeless youth.

On Monday, the contemporary seafood restaurant's latest culinary event, titled Every Oyster Needs a Shell — which kicked off Sunday — invites guests to stop in for a meal during lunch or dinner, as a portion of the sales will go to the homeless youth project at Pinellas Park's Family Resources.

Sea Salt has also rolled out a special $42 three-course menu for the occasion. Dishes include heirloom tomato salad with burrata, micro basil, balsamic and extra-virgin olive oil; miso-glazed Faroe Islands salmon with jumbo asparagus, black venere rice and soy wasabi sauce; and raspberry sorbet with pink peppercorns.

Reservations are highly recommended and can be made by calling the restaurant.

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