There are a million ways to help the environment, from using low-flow showerheads, to carpooling, to surely many, many other things that aren't for complete losers. Doing their part by serving up sustainable seafood, along with a ton of beers: Fathom Seafood House
Fathom's the newest joint from the seafood savant behind Fish and the once-down, back-again Little Fish, bringing sustainable water-eats and a laundry list of brews to a narrow corner space stuffed with a large L-shaped bar, ornate stone-topped four-seaters, and squarish two-tops, that's situated in the shadow of 95 South, something Tag Team has never had to worry about. Starters at the raw bar include both East Coast and West Coast oysters along with Wild Littleneck clams, salt roasted u-peel shrimp, peekytoe crab claws, and lobster halves (far richer than the halve-nots). Big boy plates include lobster grilled cheese on sourdough, smoked marlin tacos w/ pickled chiles & crispy shallots, an oyster pot pie packed w/ spinach, fennel, parsnips & pork belly, plus oyster mushroom-topped swordfish schnitzel, presumably cooked in a
Halle Berry pan with no top
Putting the "pub" in gastropub, the bar's stocked with all the necessary cocktail goodies (with specialty dranks coming), and plenty attention's been paid to a beer list stuffed with sub-$5 drafts, cans, and bottles of Kenzinger, Troeg's Dreamweaver, Flying Fish's ESB Amber, and Yard's Brawler, which you're bound to become if one more person with body-less hair asks if you want to squeeze into their Taurus.