Food festival Feast Portland is back for its sixth year this fall. From September 14 to September 17, find legendary and emerging culinary talent at more than 40 events in venues across Portland, Oregon. Tickets available here.
Considered one of the country’s coolest culinary festivals, the four-day event will include the Night Market, a hands-on dumpling making class, and the returning Sandwich Invitational where featured chefs redefine the classic definition of “sandwich.” Eater will be there as a media partner.
“Going into year six, we could not be more proud to celebrate the best of our city and the best of our state alongside some of the most inspiring culinary leaders in North America,” festival Co-Founders Mike Thelin and Carrie Welch said in a press release. “There’s simply no place like Portland in September, when the bounty of Oregon is in full effect.”
The festival will feature big-name chefs from across the country such as Cosme’s Daniela Soto-Innes, Zahav’s Michael Solomonov , and Aaron Franlkin of Franklin Barbecue.
Since launching in 2012, The Feast Portland has donated more than $300,000 to local and national charity partners working to end childhood hunger. In 2017, Feast Portland will partner exclusively with Partners for a Hunger-Free Oregon.
“Feast Portland has helped us connect thousands of kids to meals—at school and in the summer,” said Annie Kirschner, Executive Director of Partners for a Hunger-Free Oregon. “For 1 in 4 kids in Oregon, nourishing food is out of reach, despite the abundance of food in our state. Together, we must decide to end hunger, and then we will.”
Eater is a supporting media sponsor of the 2017 Feast Portland; editorial teams were not involved in the creation of this post.