In 2018, Portland Dining Month is partnering with pop-up dining experience Feastly to offer special one-time-only, three-course, $33 meals every day of March. Created as an alternative to sterile or impersonal restaurants, Feastly invites chefs from around the world to host intimate pop-up meals, where they cook the cuisine that’s unique to their personal background — both as a chef and as a person.
From March 1–31, 2018, Feastly is hosting daily dining experiences with a focus on global cuisines, including Ethiopian, Turkish, Haitian and Nigerian (to name a few). Here are a few highlights:
- El Canto del Coqui: Puerto Rico via PDX – March 2
Chef Anthony Banegas of El Coqui at the Portland Mercado serves serves authentic Puerto Rican cuisine like pinchos, empanadillas and mofongo.
- Vegan Nigerian Cuisine – March 6, 15, 22, 28
Chef Salimatu Amabebe creates four dinners inspired by the recipes she grew up with as a child, along with adaptations of traditional Nigerian recipes.
- That’s a Spicy Coconut! – March 13, 27
This meal features three courses that highlight the use of chili pepper and coconut in tasty comfort dishes from the beautiful island of Guam.
Read all the menu information and book your tickets through the Feastly website.