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September 15, 2016 @ 10:00 am - September 18, 2016 @ 8:00 pm$50
Feast Portland: A Celebration of Oregon Bounty ranks as one of the premier food and drink festivals in the Pacific Northwest.
Founded in 2012 by Mike Thelin and Carrie Welch, the fifth annual Feast Portland will showcase local culinary talent and Pacific Northwest ingredients alongside internationally recognized chefs, culinary professionals and industry leaders.
Net proceeds from the lineup of more than 30 events go to help fight childhood hunger in Oregon and around the country through Partners for a Hunger-Free Oregon and Share Our Strength’s No Kid Hungry® campaign.
Feast Portland begins Sept. 15 with the Sandwich Invitational showdown at the RoseQuarter Commons with 14 of the best chefs in the country who are ready to stuff any idea possible between two slices of bread – even when the idea of “bread” is left to wild interpretation.
On Friday, Sept. 16 and Saturday, Sept. 17, there is Feast Portland’s Grand Tasting, the festival’s largest tasting event featuring more than 80 food and drink vendors at Pioneer Courthouse Square. Featured wineries include Alexana Estate, Angel Vine, Anne Amie, Archery Summit, Aubichon Cellars, Brooks, Browne Family, Cana’s Feast, Cristom, Dobbes, Domaine Drouhin Oregon, Domaine Serene, Double Canyon, Elizabeth Chambers, ENSO Urban Winery, Hyland, Maysara, Montinore Estate, North Valley, Omero Cellars, Pamplin, Ponzi, Primarius, REX HILL, Sokol Blosser, Ste Michelle Wine Estates, Stoller, Unconditional by Battle Creek Cellars, the Washington State Wine Commission, Waterbrook and Willamette Valley Vineyards.
Friday evening brings the Night Market, which this year features USA Pears and village of stalls serving up street food built upon the theme of Playful Latin cooking from Mexico to Madrid. Participating wineries include Canoe Ridge Vineyard, Primarius, Sokol Blosser, Ste Michelle Wine Estates, Unconditional by Battle Creek Cellars, the Washington State Wine Commission and Waterbrook.
The Saturday, Sept. 17 evening event at The Fields Neighborhood Park — Smoke — sold out almost immediately. Participating wineries include Archery Summit, Brooks, Browne Family, Dobbes, Domaine Drouhin Oregon, Domaine Serene, Elizabeth Chambers, Gruet, Hyland, Ponzi, Primarius, Sokol Blosser, Ste Michelle Wine Estates, Stoller, Unconditional by Battle Creek Cellars, Union Wine Co., and the Washington State Wine Commission.
Brunch Village by Whole Foods Market caps the weekend on Sunday, Sept. 18 with an outdoor celebration at Pioneer Courthouse Square. Browne Family, Gruet, Sokol Blosser and wines from Ste. Michelle Wine Estates will be part of the festivities.
For more information visit www.feastportland.com, follow the festival on Facebook, Twitter (@FeastPDX), and Instagram (@FeastPortland) and share your own Feast Portland experience on social media using #FeastPDX.