The next event in Urban Farmer’s “Under the Antlers” dinner series is coming featuring a multi-course dinner paired with Hennessy Cognac cocktails happening on Friday, October 17.
This event is part of Urban Farmer’s series of collaboration dinners called “Under the Antlers.” Urban Farmer’s Chef de Cuisine, Chris Starkus will present each dish and Hennessy educator, Jordan Bushell will discuss the cocktails pairings. The menu will feature fall fruits and nuts, fresh fish from Flying Fish Co., antelope and a dessert course. Seating is limited.
What: Urban Farmer’s “Under the Antlers” Dinner Series featuring Hennessy Cognac
Price: $120/person (includes cocktail pairings & gratuity)
Where: The Library Room, 8th Floor of The Nines Hotel
Date: Friday, October 17
Time: 6:30 pm
Details: Five-course dinner with cocktail pairings
Contact: Call Urban Farmer at 503-222-4900 to reserve your seats today
About Urban Farmer
Urban Farmer redefines the modern steakhouse with an emphasis on Northwest, sustainable ingredients and simple, straightforward preparations within a farmer chic environment that honors eco-friendly producers like Sudan Farms, Wooden Bridge, Nicky Farms, and Cattail Creek.
About Jordan Bushell
Jordan Bushell is a Hennessy Educator from Toronto, Canada. His mixology skills and cocktail recipes have been published in magazines and newspapers, and featured on television and radio shows. Bushell attended George Brown College for wine trainings, Humber College for the Prud’Homme Beer Certification, and countless liquor courses and seminars both in Canada and abroad. With a fanatical devotion to the art of the cocktail, Bushell has competed and placed in many national competitions.
About Hennessy Cognac
Richard Hennessy founded Maison Hennessy in 1765 with a bold vision: to create the world’s finest cognacs. His dream continues in everything Hennessy stands for: quality and creativity. The reputation and distribution of Hennessy cognacs has extended continuously—first to Paris and the royal court, then to England, to Russia, and faraway lands. Today, nearly 250 years later, Hennessy is enjoyed on every continent.