PORTLAND, OR — Cornell Farm Cafe is excited to announce the addition of dinner service to their farm-to-table cafe beginning October 2nd. The property’s unique layout allows guests to enjoy safely distanced brunch, and now dinner, from either the covered pavilion nestled in a quarter-acre display garden, or the charming dining room of the 1926 farmhouse.
Since opening for brunch in 2016, the plan has always been to serve dinner from their one-of-a-kind location on a 5 acre nursery in Portland’s West Hills.
Chef Daniel Escalle prides himself on sourcing the best ingredients from local farms and purveyors. “People are looking for local and sustainably sourced farm-to-table cuisine,” he said while inspecting a delivery of heirloom tomatoes from nearby Sparrow Hawk farms. “And it really doesn’t get any better than this.”
The dinner series will consist of a set, prix-fixe “tasting” menu, offered two-nights-per-week in the historic, 1926 farmhouse centered on the Cornell Farm property. A public grand opening is scheduled for October 2 & 3 and tickets will need to be purchased on their website in advance.
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