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Guide to the Unofficial Feast Parties that Anyone Can Attend

Yes, even you.

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BON APPETIT'S ADAM RAPOPORT -- Can't make it to one of the Feast panels? Bon Appetit editor-in-chief Adam Rapoport offers an alternative: At Henry's Tavern, his talk will share insight into the connection between food and media. Moderated by The Oregonian's Samantha Bakall, it takes place Friday, from 2:15 p.m. to 3:15 p.m, and costs $6.

YAKITORI & OYSTERS -- For this event, PDX Oyster Social teams up with Biwa spin-off Kotori at its outdoor location at SE 9th and SE Pine. Bubbly begins popping at 4 p.m. on both Friday and Saturday. Being served are oysters, champagne, cocktails, and yakitori. There will be music too, to help you get your Feast on.

LITTLE BIRD BISTRO -- Whether a party or just an excuse to eat cheap oysters in a Feast-y setting, Little Bird Bistro is offering $1.50 oysters to non-Feast attendees from 3 to 5 p.m. on Thursday and Friday, and 10 p.m. to midnight Thursday to Sunday (Feast attendees can get the oysters for $1.50 anytime during the festival).

FEASTWICH -- Feast's Sandwich Invitational event is all about signature sandwiches—signature sandwiches created by some of the nation's best chefs. This year, non-Feast folk can still get a taste of Urban Farmer's Matt Christianson's sandwich, Feastwich. It will be available at all Whole Foods Market locations from September 18 to 27.

BROTH BAR -- Salt, Fire, & Thyme's Broth Bar, located at 115 Northeast 6th Ave, is offering kombucha and bone broth flights for $6. Each comes with four flavors. For broths, it'll be chicken, lamb, pork and bison, and for kombucha, it'll be rose, green tea, osmanthus, and seasonal verbena-cardamom.

Broth Bar

115 NE 6th Ave, Portland, OREGON (OR) 97232 Visit Website

Little Bird Bistro

215 Southwest 6th Avenue, , OR 97204 (503) 688-5952 Visit Website

Urban Farmer

525 SW Morrison Street, Portland, OR 97204 503 222 4900 Visit Website

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