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Saraveza's Fest de Peche; Record Room to Close

NORTH PORTLAND— Humboldt beer bar Saraveza will celebrate the humble peach during this Saturday's Fest de Peche, dedicated to peachy beer, cider, and mead. Ten breweries — like Logsdon Farmhouse Ale, Solera Brewery, and Block 15 — will pour their Peche brews. The kitchen, meanwhile, will offer a special menu featuring dishes like peachwood-smoked pork medallions and peach-stuffed chicken breast. Admission is $18 for 10 tasting tickets; more information here. [EaterWire]

N. KILLINGSWORTH— Hybrid record store/coffeeshop/music venue/"vinyl lounge" Record Room has announced it will close at the end of the month. The Mercury brings an announcement from co-owner Rachel Rhymes: "We had scheduled to close for December to remodel and reopen with full bar in January. Sadly, our investor fell through and we will not be re opening." The Record Room will hold an auction during their final show; more information here. [Mercury]

WEST END— The Multnomah Whiskey Library will launch its recurring "educational series" next Monday, November 11 with an event titled "A Tour of Cognac in Six Glasses." The class, led by spirits expert Hoke Harden, will include tastes of six cru Cognacs, plus bites by MWL chef Derek Hanson. Tickets are $30 and available here. [EaterWire]

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Saraveza

1004 North Killingsworth Street, , OR 97217 (503) 206-4252 Visit Website

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