Are you a responsible seafood eater?

Bourbon Cured Salmon at Drift Fish House & Oyster Bar in Marietta. (BECKY STEIN PHOTOGRAPHY)

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Bourbon Cured Salmon at Drift Fish House & Oyster Bar in Marietta. (BECKY STEIN PHOTOGRAPHY)

Safe food choices are difficult to make these days.

Shopping for fish and seafood can be particularly tricky.

There is a guide out there. It's called the Monterey Bay Aquarium Seafood Watch program. It has been in existence for 19 years and is a leader in the sustainable seafood movement that began in the 1990s. As part of its efforts to help consumers and businesses make choices for a healthy ocean, it offers a free mobile app and guides with recommendations for which seafood to buy and avoid. (Find the guides at seafoodwatch.org.)

If you want to dine out, you can open the app to pull up a list of more than 135 restaurant partners across the country who have committed to serving only sustainable seafood.

There is one Georgia restaurant on the list.

Find out which restaurant made the list and more about sustainable seafood at myajc.com.

Scroll down to test your sustainable seafood knowledge and to learn more about making responsible choices.