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Holdfast is Now Anchored in SE Portland; Take a Look Inside

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The roving chefs have a home of their own.

After months of popping up in the KitchenCru event space and taking their show on the road, Will Preisch and Joel Stocks of Holdfast Dining officially opened the doors to their new home last night.

They've taken over the former Sauvage space in Fausse Piste urban winery and given it a slight update to make it their own, including painting their signature sea plant on the wall. If you want to check it out for yourself, seats just became available for tonight's nine-course dinner. Otherwise, you can check out their schedule and buy tickets online (this isn't a walk-in joint). Dinners are generally offered Fridays through Sundays, with a few less-expensive Thursday nights thrown in the mix. They also have a series of monthly collaborative dinners planned, including Feb. 26 with Scott Dolich of Park Kitchen, plus Gabriel Rucker of Le Pigeon in March, and Jose Chesa of Ataula in April.

And, just for context, here's the before and after (Sauvage on top, Holdfast on the bottom):

Fausse Piste Winery

537 SE Ash St, Ste 102, Portland, OR 97214

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