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Our inaugural dinner will take place a the residence of Vail and Greg, two eco-conscious farmers who live in the breathtaking surroundings of Portland's wildlife refuge known as Sauvie Island. Their modern farm house and rescue sanctuary sits on 5 acres of land overlooking the majestic Mount St. Helens.

Using a portion of the farm's winter produce, professional chefs Patrick Mannion and Jon Tancinco will create a four-course family style meal inspired by the flavors of the Pacific NW. 

Beyond the chickens and ducks you'll encounter at the farm, you'll also find a unique selection of small plates, craft cocktails, flaming desserts and the company of new friends. 

All proceeds for the event will go to the Barn at the Croft, a rescue sanctuary at the site of the dinner that works to protect and rehabilitate mistreated and neglected farm animals.

Thanks to all of our partners:

Factotum Dining, Soter Vineyards, Hardcore Florist, Something Borrowed Vintage Rentals, Ryan Flood Photo

About the Croft 

The Croft is a quaint island farm located in Sauvie Island where the Willamette and Columbia rivers converge. Owned and operated by Vail and Greg, an eco-conscious farmer and professor who are committed to harvesting organically grown fruits and vegetables. On the farm, they run a rescue sanctuary, their very-own CSA and an up-and-coming local Cider distillery. 

About the chefs 

Patrick and Jon have been making magic happen in the kitchen for over a decade. Portland Monthly says "their off the radar pop-up is delivering high-end cuisine good enough to raise a Michelin inspectors eyebrows." Their style described as "fine dining sans stuffy" is inspired by their training grounds at New York's Eleven Madison and Chicago's Alinea. If that doesn't intrigue you enough, see for yourself at the next gathering for Homemade Society or one of their very own pop-up dinners.