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Thursday, September 17th

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  • Widmer Brothers Brewing Sandwich Invitational Presented By Dave's Killer Bread

    Main Events

    6:00PM - 9:00PM Director Park

    • $95 PER TICKET

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    The Sandwich Invitational is Feast Portland’s killer kick-off party, where wildly imaginative, cheffed-up interpretations deliciously redefine everything you thought a sandwich could aspire to be. From Southern masters to BBQ legends, this gathering of the country’s leading chefs will explore how the depth and breadth of America’s culinary landscape can fit between two slices of bread—with even the bread up for interpretation! Sandwich glory is on the line with our panel of legendary food writers, chefs and personalities choosing a victor as well as a People’s Choice favorite from the crowd. So, grab your napkin, your token and wash it all down with craft brews by Portland’s pioneering Widmer Brothers Brewing, Northwest wines and creative cocktails.

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  • THE PACKAGE: FIVE MARQUEE EVENTS IN ONE

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    6:00PM - 11:00PM Portland, OR

    • $530 PER PACKAGE

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    For those ready to throwdown, The Package includes all Feast marquee events. These events are all-inclusive so you’ll enjoy hours of unbridled eating and sipping with the festival’s best chefs, artisans, winemakers, brewers and distillers. Why just nibble when you can Feast?!

    • One pass to the Sandwich Invitational
    • One pass to Friday and Saturday at the Oregon Bounty Grand Tasting
    • One pass to the Night Market
    • One pass to Smoked!
    • One pass to Brunch Village
    The Package does not include Hands on Classes, Drink Tank events, or Dinner Series events, these events may be purchased separately. » Find out more about our main events

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  • Feast Package + Hotel for Two

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    6:00PM - 11:00PM Portland, OR

    • $2100 PER PACKAGE

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    96 Happy Hours! Feast the weekend away with Feast Portland’s official weekend package. You’ll receive two “The Package” passes to Feast Portland and enjoy glamorous Old Hollywood luxury with a three nights stay at the Hotel deLuxe, located in the heart of downtown Portland. This package includes the following:

    • Two (2) “The Package” passes to Feast Portland allowing access to Feast’s five delicious marquee events (Sandwich Invitational, Night Market, Smoked!, Brunch Village, Friday Oregon Bounty Grand Tasting, Saturday Oregon Bounty Grand Tasting).
    • Three (3) nights stay (Thursday, September 17; Friday, September 18; Saturday, September 19) at the Hotel deLuxe located at 729 SW 15th Ave, Portland, OR 97205
    • Room type: King Deluxe
    • Portland-Inspired Culinary Welcome Bag
    Please note: This package is for TWO people.

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  • Ken Forkish, Rich Meyer And Nancy Silverton At Trifecta Tavern & Bakery With Dobbes Family Estate and Owen Roe

    Dinner Series

    7:00PM Trifecta Tavern & Bakery

    • $150 PER TICKET

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    Baker meets baker for a dinner series on fire when Portland’s legendary bread baker and pizza man Ken Forkish owner of Ken’s Artisan Bakery and Pizza, hosts Nancy Silverton of the beloved Pizzeria Mozza, undisputedly one of the most influential chefs on the planet. Join the James Beard medal-wielding duo alongside Trifecta Tavern Chef Rich Meyer for a night of wood oven mastery.

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  • Paul Qui and Andy Ricker At Sen Yai

    Dinner Series

    7:00PM Sen Yai

    • $150 PER TICKET

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    Andy Ricker, the king of Pok Pok and all things Thai is known for wings, noodles and knowledge. Paul Qui’s food encompasses high-flying fine dining at qui to phenomenal food trucking at East Side King. Find out what happens when these two titans of taste stop being polite and start getting real at this show-stopping family style meal. Picture a bacchanalian feast with booze flowing freely, fish bones thrown on the ground, mounds of rice and noodles, platters of roasted ducks and pheasants, baby pigs, whole fish, steaming piles of vegetables, relishes and pickles littering the tables. You’re welcome.

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  • More Girls! Girls! Girls! With Domaine Serene and Stoller Family Estate

    Dinner Series

    7:00PM Lincoln Restaurant

    • $150 PER TICKET

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    Back by popular demand, Feast Portland’s all-star, bad ass, all-female chef collaborative dinner features a most fabulous female chef foursome, representing a span of geography, an encyclopedia of technique and miles of style. Join hometown favorite Jenn Louis who will host at Lincoln, alongside NYC restaurant and television rock star Elizabeth Falkner, renowned vegetable Jedi-master Amanda Cohen of Dirt Candy and sassy, Southern-inspired comfort queen Sarah Schafer of Irving Street Kitchen.

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  • Bon AppÉtit Hot Ten Dinner

    Dinner Series

    7:00PM Kitchen Cru Culinary Prepspace

    • $175 PER TICKET

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    At the second annual Hot 10 Dinner, feel the pulse and experience the nation’s top restaurants first hand. Chosen each year by Bon Appetit’s Restaurants and Drinks Editor Andrew Knowlton, who will host alongside Bon Appétit Editor in Chief Adam Rapoport, the Hot 10 Dinner will be set ablaze by: 2014 Hot 10 top spot Aaron Silverman (Rose’s Luxury, DC), 2013 alum Abe Conlon and Adrienne Lo (Fat Rice, Chicago), fellow 2013 inductee Philip Krajeck (Rolf & Daughters, Nashville), and 2014 member and Portland hometown girl, Kristen Murray (Maurice, PDX) plus a special surprise guest from the yet-to-be-announced 2015 Hot 10 roster. Libation pairings included.

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  • Andrew Carmellini and Joshua McFadden at Roman Candle Baking Co. with Chapter 24 Vineyards and Sokol Blosser Winery

    Dinner Series

    7:00PM Roman Candle Baking Co.

    • $150 PER TICKET

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    Andrew Carmellini’s cooking is soulful and flavorful, rustic and refined. It’s a style that reflects his American roots, his work in some of the best kitchens, and his travels across the globe. From Locanda Verde to The Dutch to his latest, Little Park, Andrew is one of the most decorated and admired chefs in New York City and the U.S. Joshua McFadden trained in top kitchens around the world and during an East Coast stint in Maine he hosted weekly farm dinners - inside a candle-lit produce stand. Guests were welcomed at sunset with seasonal cocktails inside a greenhouse, conversing amongst the cucumbers, tomatoes and herbs, mingling with each other and the makings of their dinner. He's now the celebrated chef at Portland's game-changing restaurant, Ava Gene's. Imagine the delicious possibilities when these culinary career paths meet during a dinner that brings together their world views, favorite ingredients, and pure love of cooking.

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Friday, September 18th

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  • Shaken, Stirred And Buzzed: Why We Really Like Booze

    Drink Tank

    12:00PM - 1:00PM Portland Art Museum Evans H. Roberts Sculpture Hall

    • $55 PER TICKET

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    BonAppetitMagCover2015Pop Quiz: What do vintage champagne, light beer, and overproof whiskey have in common? Find out as Bon Appétit sits down with a few key players in the wine-and-spirits industry who’ll share drinking wisdom and closing-time tales.

    Includes a one-year subscription to Bon Appétit!

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  • Friday Oregon Bounty Grand Tasting Presented By Alaska Airlines

    Main Events

    1:00PM - 5:00PM Pioneer Courthouse Square

    • $60 PER TICKET

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    The Grand Tasting is the festival’s grandest mash-up of artisans and edibles showcasing the incredible ingredients of the Pacific Northwest and beyond. At Feast Portland’s premiere daytime event, eat and drink your way through a culinary road map of Oregon’s food-craft culture, with stopovers at berry pies, artisan cheeses, hand-crafted chocolates, a who’s who of 30-plus top wineries, more than a dozen breweries, Oregon ciders plus world-class showings, samplings and gadgetry by some of the most important names in the food world – from Williams-Sonoma to Breville. You'll experience how Feast transforms Portland’s “living room”– Pioneer Courthouse Square – into Portland’s “dining room” for two days in the heart of downtown. Whether you’re an ingredient-sniffing novice or a devoted local-vore, no other event better captures the taste of fun, Portland-style.

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  • I'm in a Cult

    Drink Tank

    2:00PM - 3:00PM Portland Art Museum Evans H. Roberts Sculpture Hall

    • $45 PER TICKET

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    Get a delicious introduction to some of the world’s most sought-after, collectible beers and find out what makes them so desirable.

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  • Aaron Franklin’s Stumptown Coffee Cookout

    Dinner Series

    4:00PM - 7:00PM Stumptown Coffee Roasters

    • $75 PER TICKET

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    Coffee is to Portland what Barbecue is to Austin: a religion. To celebrate two great food cities, we’re pulling out their defining, fun-loving icons, Portland’s Stumptown Coffee Roasters and Austin’s Franklin BBQ for an outdoor cookout at Stumptown’s headquarters. Get ready for three hours of unabashed smoked meat romance (cooked by Texas meat guru Aaron Franklin himself), backed by loud rock music, great whiskey cocktails, the coldest beer, and chilled Oregon wine.

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  • Margarita’s Moment

    Drink Tank

    4:00PM - 5:00PM Portland Art Museum Evans H. Roberts Sculpture Hall

    • $45 PER TICKET

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    It’s one of the most popular cocktails in the world, but it doesn’t always get the treatment it deserves. Find out how to make the best Margarita possible and learn about the history of one of the most iconic cocktails around.

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  • USA Pears Night Market at Zidell Yards

    Main Events

    6:00PM - 9:00PM Zidell Yards

    • $135 PER TICKET

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    The Feast Portland Night Market is the nation’s liveliest outdoor celebration of global street food. From Thai and Vietnamese street food to the best urban fare from Myanmar to Mexico – all set to the beats of renowned deejays and the best beer, wine and spirits the region and country have to offer. The festival’s most popular large event since its inception, the Night Market captures the lights, sights, sounds and smells of an international culinary journey without the jet lag. Enjoy the best food and drink from America and around the world, watch the sun go down on the Willamette River, and know you made the right decision.

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  • David Briggs, Scott Dolich and Matt Lightner at Park Kitchen With Archery Summit Winery

    Dinner Series

    7:00PM Park Kitchen

    • $150 PER TICKET

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    When it comes to culinary bling, Portland native son Matt Lightner wears more metal than hip hop jeweler Rick Ross – two from Michelin and three from The New York Times at his former post at Atera in New York. Six degrees of Scott Dolich, chef/owner of Park Kitchen, is an easy game to play in Portland, given he’s mentored the best while refining his own ground-breaking cuisine. The knives and minds are sharp for this night of creative cooking, memorable wines and the mad pastry skills of David Briggs, the genius behind Xocolatl De David award-winning chocolates and confections.

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  • Jason French And Chris Shepherd At Elder Hall With Ponzi Vineyards and Solena Estate

    Dinner Series

    7:00PM Elder Hall

    • $150 PER TICKET

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    Houston’s red hot food scene is steeped with soul and large on flavor, and right now there’s not a chef making a bigger impact on Texas than 2014 James Beard winner Chris Shepherd of Underbelly. Work simply, and preserve the spirit of the process is the mantra of Jason French of Ned Ludd, known for hand-crafted technique with serious seasonality. Join Chris and Jason for a Texas meets Oregon culinary jam session at Elder Hall, a gathering place meant for a night like this, where you can spend time with friends, family and favorite people, breaking bread and drinking good wine.

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  • London Is A City In Oregon

    Dinner Series

    7:00PM Kitchen Cru Culinary Prepspace

    • $175 PER TICKET

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    For one night in September, London will swing as an Oregon food city serving UK-inspired eats, as one of its hottest chefs, Ollie Dabbous (Dabbous Restaurant) takes over a local stove with fellow Michelin-starred brethren James Knappett, taste master of the popular Kitchen Table and Bubbledogs. Joining the kitchen party: Aussie-inspired New York Michelin-starred chef Brad Farmerie (Public, Saxon + Parole)  and two-time James Beard Award winner and Portland homeboy Gabriel Rucker (Le Pigeon, Little Bird). In true Euro style, the evening includes all the Oregon wines and ciders you can drink.

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  • Heartlandia Dinner At The Country Cat With Elizabeth Chambers Cellars and Hyland Estates

    Dinner Series

    7:00PM The Calico Room at The Country Cat

    • $150 PER TICKET

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    America’s favorite butcher chef Adam Sappington welcomes his pork posse to Portland for a night of charcuterie magic, celebrating the launch of Adam and wife Jackie’s new book, Heartlandia. Chad Colby of chi SPACCA in Los Angeles brings the meat speakeasy of the cured and the Italian, while Justin Brunson of Old Major in Denver packs his bag of heritage-raised, farmhouse cuisine. Enjoy the best of The Country Cat at this pork proud and meat-studded table, and find out what Heartlandia truly means.

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  • Chris Cosentino, Sam Mason and Vitaly Paley at Paley's Place

    Dinner Series

    7:00PM Paley's Place

    • $150 PER TICKET

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    Feast Portland rolls out the red carpet for three of our favorite chefs, mentors and role models of the food community: Portland’s Vitaly Paley, San Francisco’s Chris Cosentino and WD~50 pastry chef legend Sam Mason of New York City. Join the trio at the famed Paley's Place, which just celebrated its 20th anniversary. With Chris' awfully good offal skills, Vitaly's passion for the Pacific Northwest and Sam’s ace pastry perspective, this will be a meeting of the culinary minds you won't want to miss! Libation pairings included.  

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Saturday, September 19th

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  • No Seriously, Candy is Magic with Jami Curl

    Hands on Classes

    10:00AM - 11:30AM Oregon Culinary Institute

    • $75 PER TICKET

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    Jami Curl believes candy is magic, and so will you once you learn how to make candy magic in your own kitchen with Curl, founder of handmade/small batch candy company QUIN. Class begins with a discussion (and tasting) of unique flavor combinations that have put QUIN on the map and then participants will collaborate to mix ’n match and dream up their own unique flavors - leaving with first-hand knowledge on how fresh flavor combinations make for amazing candy.

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  • Saturday Oregon Bounty Grand Tasting Presented By Alaska Airlines

    Main Events

    12:00PM - 5:00PM Pioneer Courthouse Square

    • $60 PER TICKET

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    The Grand Tasting is the festival’s grandest mash-up of artisans and edibles showcasing the incredible ingredients of the Pacific Northwest and beyond. At Feast Portland’s premiere daytime event, eat and drink your way through a culinary road map of Oregon’s food-craft culture, with stopovers at berry pies, artisan cheeses, hand-crafted chocolates, a who’s who of 30-plus top wineries, more than a dozen breweries, Oregon ciders plus world-class showings, samplings and gadgetry by some of the most important names in the food world – from Williams-Sonoma to Breville. You'll experience how Feast transforms Portland’s “living room”– Pioneer Courthouse Square – into Portland’s “dining room” for two days in the heart of downtown. Whether you’re an ingredient-sniffing novice or a devoted local-vore, no other event better captures the taste of fun, Portland-style.

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  • Pinot Noir: The Battle for Balance

    Drink Tank

    12:00PM - 1:00PM Portland Art Museum Evans H. Roberts Sculpture Hall

    • $55 PER TICKET

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    Blue and black or white and gold? Who the heck cares?!?! Here in Oregon, if you really want to start a heated debate just ask us about Pinot Noir. Whether you’re a low alcohol zealot, an acid junky, or a fruit fanatic our Pinot posse will have a wine for you as they have it out in the ultimate Pinot Noir tug-of-war.

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  • Farm To Cocktail Shaker: Creating Your Own Cocktail Ingredients With The Commissary

    Hands on Classes

    1:00PM - 2:30PM Oregon Culinary Institute

    • $75 PER TICKET

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    Farm-to-table is so 2014. 2015 is the year of farm-to-cocktail shaker. Join Daniel Shoemaker and Sean Hoard, the duo behind The Commissary, as they transform your farmers market haul into syrups, shrubs and juices that will take your cocktail game to a whole new (farm fresh) level.

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  • Old MacDonald Had a Brewery

    Drink Tank

    2:00PM - 3:00PM Portland Art Museum Evans H. Roberts Sculpture Hall

    • $35 PER TICKET

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    European-style farmhouse ales are going mainstream across America. From breweries that grow their own grains to family farms that have just recently gotten into the brewing biz, get a taste of what these farm-raised brews have to offer.

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  • Aw Shucks With Lissa James Monberg

    Hands on Classes

    3:00PM - 4:30PM Oregon Culinary Institute

    • $75 PER TICKET

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    Knowing how to shuck your own oyster is a life-skill essential to Northwest food culture. It’s right up there with assembling the perfect strawberry shortcake or shot-gunning an IPA. Get your oyster merit badge with Lissa James Monberg, of Hama Hama Seafood Company who will teach you how to shuck like a pro and lead an oyster tasting contrasting and comparing different oysters. To round out your oyster knowhow you’ll pan-fry oysters and learn how to navigate the oyster offerings at your favorite restaurant. Shuck yeah.

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  • Bourbon and Beyond: The New World of American Whiskey

    Drink Tank

    4:00PM - 5:00PM Portland Art Museum Evans H. Roberts Sculpture Hall

    • $45 PER TICKET

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    There’s a whiskey boom happening in America, and not just in Kentucky. Distillers from coasts to coasts are making a range of impressive expressions beyond bourbon. Find out who’s doing it right, and get a taste of some of the most interesting styles.

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  • Oregonian Media Group Smoked!

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    6:00PM - 9:00PM The Fields

    • $135 PER TICKET

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    Don’t call it a cookout! The festival’s newest marquee event closes out the weekend with a sizzling celebration of animal, vegetable, fire, sea and forest. Featuring top masters of the flame from Portland and around the country, this event will stoke your appetite for everything flamed, grilled and free-ranged. Set to the tune of bold Northwest wines, classic cocktails and an epic view of the Fremont Bridge, Smoked! is ready to spark things up with live fire and some of the best bites of the weekend..

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  • Norway/Portland/Austin

    Dinner Series

    7:00PM Kitchen Cru Culinary Prepspace

    • $175 PER TICKET

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    In a pristine land called Norway lies a city called Bergen. With lush green hills, a quirky bent and easy access to the most delicious butter on the planet, Bergen is the Portland of Scandinavia and Chef Christopher Haatuft is its culinary patron saint, quietly making food of extraordinary beauty. Join Chef Christopher for a once-in-a-lifetime collaboration with Austin’s multi-talented friend-of-Feast Paul Qui, Portland’s ruling food-cocktail couple, Naomi Pomeroy and Kyle Webster of Expatriate and Holdfast Dining’s creative young guns Will Preisch and Joel Stocks. Libation pairings included.

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Sunday, September 20th

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  • A-Game Coffee with Liam Kenna

    Hands on Classes

    10:00AM - 11:30AM Stumptown Coffee Roasters Annex

    • $75 PER TICKET

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    Gotta case of the Mondays? Offering coffee service at your next dinner party? Looking to impress an overnight guest? Better bring your coffee A-game. Learn the best ways to brew the ultimate cup of joe with Stumptown’s own Liam Kenna and walk away with an awesome Stumptown gift. Game. Changer.

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  • Tillamook Brunch Village Presented by Alaska Airlines Visa Signature Card

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    11:00AM - 2:00PM Pioneer Courthouse Square

    • $75 PER TICKET

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    Feast Portland enlists the best of the brunch to celebrate America’s favorite mid-day meal at Brunch Village. Explore a “city” where Bloody Mary bars, biscuit egg n’ cheese sandwiches, Texas breakfast tacos and fried chicken with waffles are the neighborhood attractions at the best boozy brunch ever to land on American soil. The festival welcomes chefs from Portland and around the country who will build your future favorite food memories from bacon, eggs, pastries, chocolate and everything else that makes brunch, well, brunch!

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  • Basic Pig Butchery with Camas Davis

    Hands on Classes

    12:00PM - 4:00PM Oregon Culinary Institute

    • $150 PER TICKET

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    Portland Meat Collective founder Camas Davis will teach students how to split sides of pork into primals using French, Italian, and American styles of butchery. They’ll also learn how to cut those primals into cookable cuts like ribs, tenderloins, ham roasts, chops, and coppas. The hands-on class will include tips on how to cook various cuts, and everyone will go home with their share of meat (about 25-30 lbs).

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  • Beer Bites with Christian DeBenedetti and Andrea Slonecker

    Hands on Classes

    1:00PM - 2:30PM Oregon Culinary Institute

    • $75 PER TICKET

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    Join beer guru Christian DeBenedetti of Wolves & People Farmhouse Brewery (and author of The Great American Ale Trail) along with cookbook author Andrea Slonecker (The Picnic; Eggs on Top; Pretzel Making at Home) as they crack open a world-class selection of beers to pair with three inventive recipes from their forthcoming cookbook, Beer Bites: Tasty Recipes and Perfect Pairings for Brew Lovers (Chronicle, Oct. 2015). As in the book, this class will highlight the fun and versatility of pairing beer and food by flavor instead of convention. It’s a guided beer brunch following broad flavor profiles—from “Fruit & Spice” to "Sour & Complex" and “Malty, Rich & Sweet”—and one that will show just how delicious pairing beer and bites can be.

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  • Amaro Meets Cocktail: Mixing and Sipping the Forgotten Spirit with Mark Bitterman

    Hands on Classes

    3:00PM - 4:30PM Oregon Culinary Institute

    • $75 PER TICKET

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    The most powerful and flavorful cocktail ingredient is right under your nose, and not even your nose knows it.  Amari (plural for amaro) are the drinkable big brothers of bitters.  Big, complex, and sometimes even more powerful than bitters, amari are a flavor tsunami in a bottle.  Yet even the most passionate cocktail lover will stare with furrowed brow at a bottle of amaro. What’s amaro for anyway?  What can I do with it?  In this class you’ll learn how and where amari are made, explore the different varieties, and then dive headlong into the glistening pools of liquid flavor that await those who dare mix cocktails with them.

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  • Crucifery: Vegetables Rock with King Estate Winery

    Dinner Series

    7:00PM Kitchen Cru Culinary Prepspace

    • $150 PER TICKET

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    Franklin Becker of Little Beet in New York City wants to change the way you think about vegetables. When Portland legend Cathy Whims (Nostrana) has her way with vegetables, it brings tears of joy to diners’ eyes. Salt Lake City’s forager Viet Pham (Forage) has been a Best New Chef and a challenger on Iron Chef, but his heart lies in the soil. Pop up queen and future Portland food royalty Katy Millard (Coquine) joins this motley veggie crew, all ready to bring their root-to-stem game to Feast’s final dinner series event. This is a vegetable-inspired dinner that will rock your world, but heads up, the menu will not be totally meat-free. A vegetarian menu will be available upon request.

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