St. Patty’s Day at Jake’s Crawfish
What: Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with a block party, plentiful Guinness, Irish coffee, and a roaming bagpipe band.
When: March 17, 12–9:30pm
Where: SW 12th St between W Burnside and SW Stark
How Much: $10 at the door
Cider Rite of Spring Festival
What: Sample 27 different Northwest-fermented ciders, Atlas to E.Z. Orchards, at the third annual PNW cider festival.
When: March 19, 12–5pm
Where: Tiffany Center in Portland (1410 SW Morrison)
How Much: $30 at the door, $25 in advance
Clear Creek Tasting Dinner
What: Aaron Barnett and St. Jack is teaming up with Clear Creek Distillery (famous for their fruit brandies) to offer a five-course meal with cocktail pairings.
When: March 22, 6:30pm
Where: St. Jack (1610 NW 23rd Ave)
How Much: $90 per person
Farmhouse and Wild Ale Festival
What: The fourth annual farmhouse-dedicated beer festival (the largest in Oregon) will feature 60 different beers, 25 breweries, and an exclusive draft release called ‘The Croze’ from the Commons Brewery.
When: March 25–26, 3–10pm
Where: Saraveza (1004 N Killingsworth)
How Much: $25 per person (includes glass and 10 drink tickets), $35 for VIP
Easter Brunch at Imperial
What: Imperial executive chef and James Beard Rising Star Nominee, Doug Adams does his take on Easter brunch this year with an a la carte menu featuring housemade Pop Tarts, leg of lamb, and Doug’s Buttermilk Fried Chicken
When: March 27, 9am–3pm
Where: Imperial (410 SW Broadway)
Egg Hunt and Easter Tea at Pix Patisserie
What: Join Pix Patisserie for an Easter whirlwind. First, a high-stakes egg hunt, with $50 Pix gift certificates. Next have a high tea at 2pm, 3pm or 4pm with treats like Parisian macarons and salmon tea sandwiches. Bonus: Pix is crafting their own marshmallow Peeps with real Tahitian vanilla.
When: March 27, 2pm
Where: Pix Patisserie (2225 E Burnside St)
How Much: $34 for Easter Tea