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Feast Portland

6 pm Thursday, 9 am Friday, 10 am Saturday, 9 am Sunday, Sept. 19-22., Thursday September 19 | Package tickets sold out. Individual tickets for some events still available.
 
If you’ve got deep pockets and an insatiable curiosity about food...you probably should’ve bought tickets for Feast Portland a while ago. The Bon Appetit-sponsored festival includes presentations on food culture, a butcher/fishmonger face-off, butchery lessons from Camas Davis and a wine night with David Lynch. (The wine writer—I was disappointed, too.) There’s much, much more, but maybe you should’ve planned ahead? That’s what responsible adults do: They save, and they plan ahead. Now a bunch of the good stuff is sold out. Maybe it’s time you took a long look in the mirror, friend. I’ll wait until you get back.



Where: Multiple locations
Website: feastportland.com

 
 
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