Feast Portland: Get Your Tickets While They’re Still Available!

One of the country’s most prestigious food and beverage events is coming up in eleven short days, aka Feast Portland so if you haven’t got your tickets yet, now is the time to as events are selling out FAST.

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And while some of the events are indeed over $100, there are still tickets available for the Friday and Saturday Oregon Grand Bounty Tastings at $60 per day (including ALL food and beverage) where you can taste and experience our region’s most celebrated wineries, breweries, artisans and vendors. Who you can expect to see? Naomi Pomeroy for Beast, Gabriel Rucker of Le Pigeon (aka one of my biggest chef crushes), Willamette Valley Vineyards, Ninkasi Brewing and many many more! Check out tickets here for Friday and here for Saturday!

Since my prior post regarding Feast and how awesome it will be to get to experience most of the events; I have a couple of awesome updates:

a) I got my ticket to the now sold out High Comfort at The Nines event

b) Anne so kindly bought me my ticket to the Widmer Brothers’ Sandwich Invitational as a very very generous and thoughtful birthday gift

c) Ruby Jewel Ice Cream invited me to a tasting tomorrow night of various ice cream sandwiches they are planning on submitting to the Sandwich Invitational. So yes, I will be having dessert for dinner tomorrow

Anyhow, get your tickets to the events that interest you fast before they sell out, you won’t regret it!

See you there!

xx Sara

 

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2 thoughts on “Feast Portland: Get Your Tickets While They’re Still Available!

  1. Really looking forward to Feast this year. I’m volunteering Friday afternoon at Oregon Bounty and Saturday evening at High Comfort. Say hi to the bald guy in the volunteer shirt!

  2. Hi Sara,

    how are you doing? Would you like to come reviewing the 6th Dishcrawl event? I am hosting it in Se Division next wednesday the 18th. I can give you a half price ticket!

    Let me know! ( see press release at the bottom)

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

    Bites of Division

    A trip through the culinary gems of SE Division Street.

    Portland, OR – September 6, 2013 – On september 18th between 7 and 10 pm, Dishcrawl will bring Portlanders on a nightlong foodie adventure to discover the vibrant food life of SE Divison Street. Through the evening, Dishcrawlers will taste and savour a 12 courses dinner. The event is hosted by 4 -as for now- secret restaurants who will present a trio of signature dishes and share the restaurants stories and mission with the people.

    We are committed to build stronger bond within the food scene of Portland. By crawling 4 eateries in one neighborhood we give small business owners exposure and city-traveler or community members the occasion to grow proud, knowledge and fun. says Portland Dishcrawl Ambassador Irene Squizzato.

    Participating Restaurants are kept secret until two days before the event, at which time the first location is revealed to ticket holders.

    Tickets are on sale for $ 45 on our website dishcrawl.com/portland. Check out our facebookor follow us on twitter for more information.

    About Dishcrawl:

    Dischcrawl creates dining experiences and events to satisfy anyones craving. Our mission is to show food lovers the best dishes in local restaurants. You can find your local Ambassador leading you through progressive dinners, price fixed dinners, and other food fun events! Dishcrawl can enjoy dining experiences in San Francisco, New York, Philadelphia, Montreal, Ottawa, San Jose, Chicago. Visit dishcrawl for a dining experience.

    Contact Information:

    Irene Squizzato

    541 653 3956

    irenes@dishcrawl.com

    twitter.com/dishcrawlPDX

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