In another week Bon Appétit Presents Feast Portland will be taking in Portland and placing the Rose City in the food spotlight. Many events are already sold out but Feast organizers have just announced a fundraiser BBQ buffet that will close out the weekend on Sunday, September 17th.
Feast For All, a benefit for Friends of Columbia Gorge and Red Cross will take place at KitchenCru in NW Portland on September 17th from 4:00-7:00pm. This benefit will help support our friends affected by the Oregon wildfires and Hurricanes Harvey and Irma.
Tickets to Feast For All are only $30.00 each and can be purchased by clicking HERE. There’s an extra donation button on the ticket page and Feast will also be taking donations at the event for Friends of the Columbia Gorge and Red Cross.
Feast is a festival that is both local and national in scope. We look locally to our friends and neighbors just a few miles away affected by the Eagle Creek Fire, and we look nationally to our friends recovering from Hurricanes Harvey and Irma. Food is always the ultimate unifier – that thing that makes you know you’ll get through this. – Feast Portland
This fine group of chefs will be rolling up their sleeves with ingredient donations from Nicky USA and is ready to turn out an epic backyard BBQ buffet. Lagunitas Brewing Company will provide the beer and Union Wine Co. will provide the wine.
Doug Adams, Bullard (Portland)
Matthew Fields, Stella Taco (Portland)
Ben Bettinger, Laurelhurst Market (Portland)
Ryan Lachaine, Riel (Houston)
Bonnie Morales, Kachka (Portland)
Richie Nakano, IDK (San Francisco)
Earl Ninsom, Langbaan (Portland)
BJ Smith, Smokehouse Tavern (Portland)
Nate Tilden, Olympia Provisions and Bar Casa Vale (Portland)
Whether it’s thousands of acres of beloved Oregon forest or hundreds of miles underwater in Texas, it’s our homes, our lives, and it’s been a lot to handle. – Feast Portland
Feast Portland will donate 100% of proceeds from Feast For All along with additional donations to the Red Cross and Friends of the Columbia Gorge, to directly address on the ground sheltering and relief for all affected.
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