Benefitting Make-A-Wish® Oregon
Join Produce Row Café on Sunday, August 26th, 2018 from 2pm to 7pm for a not-to-be-missed event that celebrates rosé, patios and pink! All-Day Rosé is a way to celebrate summer while supporting Produce Row’s charity partner, Make-A-Wish Oregon! Dress up in your best pink, put on your summer hats and meet us on the patio! Choose from more than 15 rosé samples, enjoy appetizers, and music from DJ Rev Shines.
$30.00 includes welcome cocktail (frosé slushie), keepsake tasting glass, 8 tasting tokens, appetizers and pink gummies. Additional wine, cocktails and frosé slushies available for purchase. $10 from each ticket sold goes to Make-A-Wish Oregon.
Tickets can be purchased at our Eventbrite site (https://www.eventbrite.com/e/rose-all-day-at-produce-row-cafe-tickets-47533584230) and current event details will be posted on our Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/events/208380096454495).
About Make-A-Wish ® Oregon
Make-A-Wish Oregon grants life-changing wishes for children with critical illnesses. Our goal is to grant 260 wishes in 2018. The Oregon chapter is one of 62 Make-A-Wish chapters in the United States. With the help of generous donors and 390 volunteers, the Oregon chapter has granted more than 4,000 wishes in Oregon and Clark County, Washington since it was established in 1983. For more information about Make-A-Wish Oregon, visit oregon.wish.org and discover how you can share the power of a wish®.
About Produce Row Café
Produce Row Café has been the pulse of the craft beer movement for over 40 years. Originally opened in 1953 as a breakfast café for the produce dockworkers, Produce Row was bought and converted to a pub in 1974 by Mike and Brian McMenamin. When the brothers decided to get into the beer making business, they sold “The Row” to the employees in 1978 and moved up to their first brewpub location on Hawthorne.
For the next 30 years The Row was owned and operated by a small group of partners led by Alan Karpinski and Steve Piucci. The Row had an active music scene and led the city in the craft brew movement always boasting the best, eclectic line up in town.
Alan Davis bought the building and business in 2008 and undertook a major renovation to the facility updating all furniture and fixtures. Along with the remodel came a sophisticated whiskey program quickly putting Produce Row on the map as one of the great Bourbon Bars in America. Alan closed The Row suddenly in late 2014 for personal reasons.
In April 2015, Alan sold The Row to Jim Hall and Josh Johnston. Jim and Josh are local, owner-operators of neighborhood Portland establishments including Paddy’s Bar & Grill & The Cadillac Café.