Feast Portland 2017: Tickets Available to Select Events

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Feast Portland, the can’t miss food event in the Pacific Northwest, is right around the corner! Tickets are still available for select packages and individual events during the festival, September 14-17.

For a look at last year’s highlights, check out our 10 best bites from Feast Portland 2016.

What’s available:

The Package is your way in to some of the already sold out events.  The Package includes one pass to:

Friday and Saturday Grand Tasting
Sandwich Invitational
Night Market
Brunch Village

Friday, Sept. 15- 1:00 – 5:00 pm

Grand Tasting presented by New Seasons Market – More than 80 vendors, including some of the best chefs, vintners, brewers, bakers, cheesemakers and food artisans from the Northwest and across the country, will be on hand with samples. Get a look at the full line up.

Sunday, Sept. 17 – 11 a.m. – 2 p.m.

Because Breakfast – Drop in for handcrafted creations from Seattle’s Clare Gordon (General Porpoise Donuts), Kim Boyce (Bakeshop, PDX); Jehnee Rains (Suzette, PDX); and Michael Scelfo (Waypoint, Boston). Wash it all down with golden milk lattes from Tea Bar and Stumptown sparkling cold brew cocktails. Libations from Tea Bar, Stumptown Coffee Roasters, Gruet and more.

Sunday, Sept. 17 – 4:30 -7:30 p.m.

Pizza & Burgers – Wrap the weekend with Tommy Habetz (Pizza Jerk, PDX);  Sarah Minnick (Lovely’s Fifty Fifty, PDX); John Gorham (Bless Your Heart Burgers, PDX); and Luke Zembo (Slow Bar, PDX). Libations from: Portland Sangria and Running Man Distributing. Hosted at Pizza Jerk, the event will feature a live DJ.

Photo courtesy of Feast Portland.

If wine, beer and cocktails are more your speed, tickets are available to Drink Tank events including:

Friday, September 15 – 2:00 – 3:00 p.m.

Quenching America’s Thirst – Best known for its light-bodied reds, Beaujolais has a whole portfolio of offerings, including reds, whites and rosés. With 12 appellations and three major flavor profiles, Beaujolais easily whets all taste buds.  From fruity and delicious to intense and generous, Beaujolais is the perfect pairing with America’s diverse cuisine. Join us to explore the wines of today and discover the Beaujolais region.

Friday, September 15 —  4:00- 5:00 p.m.

Pilsners: So Fresh and So Clean – Get happy hour started with a primer on pilsners from the Czech Republic to Golden, Colorado. Pilsners have come back to the future to show you just how crisp, complex and delicious they can be.

Saturday, September 16 – 4:00 – 5:00 p.m.

Punch Power: Drinks for a Crowd – Centuries ago punch became the original party drink, and today’s punch masters are matching tradition with innovation to make crowd-pleasing punches worth discovering. Join Paul Clarke, Imbibe (Portland, OR); Kate Perry, Rumba (Seattle, WA); Keli Rivers, Whitechapel (San Francisco, CA); Daniel Shoemaker, Teardrop Lounge (Portland, OR) for the tricks of the trade.

See the full Feast Portland schedule and get tickets here.

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