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Wednesday, October 7 • 4:30pm - 5:30pm
SEAGLASS Restaurant
Limited Capacity seats available
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Session Title: Exploring Seaglass

Chef Loretta Keller and Clay Reynolds will host a lively discussion about the innovative integration that has taken place between the Exploratorium Museum and Seaglass Restaurant since the location opened in April of last year. They’ll showcase intriguing ingredients like vinegars, shrubs, and honey in its comb— stimulating and provoking thought while highlighting fermentation, taste, and good conversation.

Presenters
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Loretta Keller

Partner, SEAGLASS Restaurant
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Clay Reynolds

Partner, SEAGLASS Restaurant

Host Companies
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SEAGLASS Restaurant

SEAGLASS restaurant @ the Exploratorium is trying to change the way people eat when attending the museum by integrating the museum experience into the dining experience. Yes, we are serving a unique, high quality cuisine focused on the local bounty of northern California, but we stand apart because we are challenging our guests to ask questions, just like the museum. The Exploratorium teaches through active participation. We engage the guests... Read More →

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Lillian Kwang

Senior Analyst, Towers Watson
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Manindra Majumdar

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  • Company Description SEAGLASS restaurant @ the Exploratorium is trying to change the way people eat when attending the museum by integrating the museum experience into the dining experience. Yes, we are serving a unique, high quality cuisine focused on the local bounty of northern California, but we stand apart because we are challenging our guests to ask questions, just like the museum. The Exploratorium teaches through active participation. We engage the guests by presenting interesting items in unique ways which force you to ask questions. Why are they serving this? What is going on here? What process is taking place here and how does it effect what I’m eating? This changes the dynamic and creates an environment of learning. This makes the partnership special. This is what defines and drives SEAGLASS and our team.