It’s not often you find yourself in a sushi restaurant that splits its menu between nigiri, izakaya small plates, and hearty French dishes. It's also not often you find yourself in a restaurant where everything from the tables and light fixtures to the breads and fish is sustainably sourced or made in-house. The Land & Water Company in Carlsbad is all of those things. Here, you’ll find aquaculture-raised yellowtail sashimi alongside crispy pork belly bacon with jalapeño cornbread, hot dinner entrées like pork bourguignon and vegetable pot pie. If you're looking for the fatty flesh of endangered bluefin tuna, you've come to the wrong place.