You know things are getting weird in the seafood segment when Legal Sea Foods picks a fight with sustainable seafood activists. But that’s what will take place on Monday, Jan. 24, when the 31-restaurant chain hosts a four-course meal featuring so-called “blacklisted” fish at its Park Square location in Boston. If restaurant owners were confused before about which fish should or shouldn’t go on their menus, wait until they get a load of what this spat is about. The dinner is being presented ...

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