Elephants Deli Cider Dinner with 2 Towns Ciderhouse

2 Towns Ciderhouse Lineup

Portland, ORElephants Delicatessen will host 2 Towns Ciderhouse for a five-course cider dinner on Thursday, October 29th.

This is Elephants Delicatessen’s Executive Chef Scott Weaver’s first crafted menu inspired solely by cider. The menu will cater to those that prefer to avoid gluten in their diet but Chef Weaver promises that flavors will not be lacking. He has prepared a five-course menu featuring ciders such as 2 Towns Nice & Naughty, an Imperial Spiced Cider which pairs elegantly with Butternut Squash Risotto and a cider-braised Beef Stew paired with Bad Apple Cider, a cider fermented with local raw meadowfoam honey.

Dinner will be served in the private dining space, Elephants Garden Room, at the flagship Northwest 22nd Avenue location at 6:30p.m. Tickets are $55.00 per person and reservations are required. Please call 503-299-6304 to reserve your seat as tickets go quickly.

Menu as follows:

Cheese Course
Cheeesemonger’s Choice
Paired with The Bright Cider (Hard Apple Cider)

Second Course
Crispy Duck Salad
Paired with Ginja Ninja (Ginger Hard Cider)

Third Course
Butternut Squash Risotto
Paired with Nice & Naughty (Imperial Spiced Cider)

Main Course
Cider-Braised Beef Stew
Paired with Bad Apple Cider (Imperial Hard Apple Cider)

Almond Cake with Marionberry Caramel
Paired with Made Marion (Marionberry and Apple Cider)

About Elephants Delicatessen:
A locally owned company since 1979, Elephants Delicatessen has pioneered the gourmet food industry in the Pacific Northwest, and now has eight retail locations. As a deli, café, sack lunch and catering company, Elephants offers a complete menu of services and great local foods from scratch prepared daily by in-house chefs and bakers. Elephants is a certified B Corporation, committed to using business as a force for good. This certification means that Elephants voluntarily meets a higher standard of transparency, accountability and performance, using the power of business to solve social and economic problems. For more information, please visit http://www.elephantsdeli.com/.