Join the multi-talented Liz Pachaud and me August 25th as we punctuate the season with a late summer feast. It will be a celebration of getting the last of the good before it’s gone. A seasonal ode to our favorite ingredients. This 4 course, family style dinner will highlight the bounty of northwest farms and foragers through the techniques of hand-hewn, old world cookery. Expect sun soaked vegetables, bronze cut pasta and undiscovered wines from far flung vines. Quanto Basta.

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first: fresh ricotta toasts, honey, hazelnut, black pepper, mint

second: tender green beans, peaches, red onion, pine nuts, lots of herbs

third: strozzapreti, confit tomato, smoky corn, blackened zucchini

fourth: semolina cake, rosé poached nectarines, cardamom cream, pistachio brittle

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The Details...

Seward Park / Columbia City (Address will be provided with ticket purchase.)

Food Allergies / Sensitivities:
This dinner is vegetarian. Unfortunately, we can only make limited substitutions to the menu. Please email with any questions you might have.

Cancellation Policy: 
All tickets are non-refundable. If you are unable to attend, you may transfer your reservation to someone else, but no refunds will be issued.

Saturday, August 25, 2016

Welcome cocktail served at 6.30pm

4 courses of local, seasonal fare + drink pairings


Image: Olaiya Land



For those of you who don't know her, Liz Pachaud is a plant based chef and the former owner of Honor Society Coffee and Marseille Seattle. In her newest dinner series, she brings her latent obsession for Italian cuisine to her lifelong background in Pacific Northwest terroir and technique. Her cooking defers to the simple principles that food should be delicious, hospitality is an ingredient, and pasta is universal.

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