Summer of Feast continues! This is your last chance to gather with your Feast community this year. Tickets are still available for just TWO of our Feast Family Reunion events next weekend on August 28 and August 29.
Here at Feast we take health and safety very seriously. Most of the event activities take place outdoors, and we’re asking all of our guests to wear their masks when they’re not eating or drinking at the events. We are also requiring all of our staff, participants and volunteers to wear their masks.
Learn more about our health and safety policies and grab your tickets for Feast Family Reunions at FeastPortland.com. We hope you join us for these safe opportunities to come together for some delicious festivities!
Tom and Mariah at Gado Gado assembled a group of chefs who will be sharing a dish that tells a personal story for the Sunday Evening Feast Family Reunion on August 29. Whether that’s a beloved flavor from childhood or the dish that started their culinary journey, be ready to be transported.
Saturday Afternoon Feast Family Reunion: BUY NOW!
Saturday Evening Feast Family Reunion: SOLD OUT!
Sunday Afternoon Feast Family Reunion: SOLD OUT!
Sunday Evening Feast Family Reunion: BUY NOW!
Don’t miss the stunning ‘Superabundant’ series from our partners at OPB!
Few things unite the Pacific Northwest’s culture, economy and ecology like food. And at the heart of everything “foodie” are the ingredients themselves. OPB’s new video series, ‘Superabundant,’ is dedicated to the stories behind the foods you love. In the third episode of this series, explore the world of Oregon honey and meet Lee Hedgmon, founder of The Barreled Bee, who describes honey as “…a snapshot of place and time. It’s like rings on a tree.” Oregon produces almost 3 million pounds of honey each year and to appreciate the nuances in honey is to appreciate the diverse ecosystem of plants in the region. Learn more about Oregon honey now at opb.org.