Plate & Pitchfork Schedule Revealed

We've got the first look at this season's farm dinners featuring top Portland chefs and Oregon wines.

By Allison Jones March 15, 2013

This just in! We scored a sneak peek of the Plate & Pitchfork 2013 farm dinner line-up, and it's jam-packed with hot chefs, cool farmers, and top wines. Behold:

  • July 13: Chef TBD with R. Stuart Wines at Pearmine Farms in Gervais
  • July 14: Leather Storrs of Noble Rot with Henry Kibit of the Fireside at Pearmine Farms in Gervais
  • July 20: Johanna Ware of Smallwares with Apolloni Vineyards at Smith Berry Barn
  • July 21: Matthew Busetto of Firehouse and Gretchen Glatte of Woodlawn Coffee & Pastry with Grochau Cellars at Smith Berry Barn in Hillsboro
  • August 3: Jason Stoller Smith of Timberline Lodge with Scott Cunningham and Jesse Kincheloe of Walnut City Kitchen at Domaine Drouhin Oregon in Dayton
  • August 4: Pascal Sauton of Milwaukie Kitchen and Wine and Aaron Barnett of St. Jack at Domaine Drouhin in Dayton
  • August 10: Kyo Koo of Clarklewis with Walter Scott Wines at Viridian Farms in Dayton
  • August 11: Scott Ketterman of Crown Paella with Bow & Arrow Wines at Viridian Farms in Dayton
  • August 17: Benjamin Bettinger of Imperial (plus a guest chef) with Brooks Wines at Sun Gold Farm in Forest Grove
  • August 18: Chris DiMinno of Clyde Common and Gregory Gourdet of Departure with Love & Squalor Wines at Sun Gold Farm in Forest Grove

Mark your calendar: Tickets go on sale the first day of spring, March 20, on the Plate & Pitchfork website. Most dinners will be $125 (all inclusive) and a few will set you back $150—the extra $25 will go to Farmers Ending Hunger, Plate & Pitchfork's sole beneficiary for the 2013 season.

Dream vacation: In addition to the regular line-up, this year will feature the return of a special, all-inclusive ranch tour and traditional branding BBQ at Carmen Ranch in Wallowa, followed by a four-day rafting tour of Hells Canyon. It'll all take place August 26-30, with meals prepared by Chefs Benjamin Bettinger and Doug Adams from Imperial. You can purchase your reservation for this adventure now for $1650.

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