Eat Beat Weekly Planner

James Beard Public Market Open House at OMSI, Madrid Chocolatería Pop Up at the Meadow, La Fête du Macaron at Bar Vivant, and more upcoming food and drink events around Portland!

By Benjamin Tepler November 26, 2014

Madrid Chocolatería Pop Up at the Meadow

What: Mark Bitterman, of salt, chocolate, and bitters renown, brings a distinctly personal and American twist to the storied chocolate drinking establishments of Europe in his newly opened pop-up, located at the back of The Meadow’s Northwest Portland location. Patrons are invited to add drops of aromatic cocktail bitters to their cup. Lemon, cardamom, Abbott’s, and rye whisky are this month’s bitters options.
When: Through the end of the year
Where: Behind The Meadow 805 NW 23rd Ave.

La Fête du Macaron at Bar Vivant

What: Pix Patisserie’s Cheryl Wakerhauser will be offering 30 different flavors of macarons including fleur de sel, kalamansi lime, tawny Port, coconut curry, sherry almond, and more. Wakerhauser will also be launching her newest creation: the macronut, a deep fried macaron.
When: November 29, 2 pm to close
Where: Bar Vivant, 2225 E Burnside St. 

Aquavit Week

Third annual Aquavit week celebrates the signature Scandinavian spirit all over Portland with founder Jacob Grier. Kick things off at the Aquavit Opening Party (December 1, 6pm at the Hop and Vine), experience modernist pairings from Racion chef Anthony Cafiero (December 4 at Racion, 7pm. $100 per person. Call 971-276-8008 for reservations), and indulge in a flow-blown Nordic Night at Scandinavian-inspired Fenrir with owners Ian Wilson, John James Dudek, and Tyler Hauptman (December 6 at Fenrir, 6pm). 

Raven & Rose Brewer’s Dinner Series

What: A beer-centric twist on R & R’s traditional English-style Sunday Roast. Dishes like beef tri-tip and Oregon King Salmon will be paired with Goose Island barrel aged beers a limited-release Bourbon County Stout, Bourbon County Barleywine, and the Class of ’88, which is brewed with whole flower Mt. Hood hops.
When: Sunday, December 7 at 6:30 pm
Where: 1331 SW Broadway
How Much: $75 per person. For reservations, email [email protected]

Jake Martin’s Daphne at Fireside

What: Fireside Chef Jake Martin (formerly of Genoa) is re-launching his contemporary American Daphne pop-up series with wine director Christopher Sky and mixologist Chauncey Roach.
When: December 7
Where: Fireside at 801 NW 23rd Ave
How Much: $110 per person. Reserve seats online

Troy MacLarty and Cal Peternell at Jacobsen Salt Co.

What: Bollywood Theater chef and owner Troy MacLarty is partnering with his former mentor Cal Peternell from Chez Panisse as part of Jacobsen Salt’s Salt Fire Water series. The first night of the two-part dinner series will focus on MacLarty’s brand of Indian cuisine, while the second night is devoted to their local, seasonal, Italian food.
When: December 12 and 13
Where: Jacobsen Salt HQ at 602 SE Salmon St
How Much: $135 per person including wine. Reserve seats online.

James Beard Public Market Open House at OMSI

What: The Community Open House will provide the public with an opportunity to influence the vision for the James Beard Public Market. This free event will include presentations from the James Beard Public Market and SNØHETTA, as well as educational and interactive activities for attendees of all ages.
When: Saturday, Dec. 13, 2 pm - 5 pm
Where: OMSI, 1945 SE Water Ave


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