This meal took place at the tiny home of James and Kyra. Completely built by hand by the two of them and Kyra's father, their home reflected an easy Oregon style with a hint of industrial charm. The homemade meal was prepared by a Jamie Snell of Pip's Original Doughnuts & The Lamb's Table. The evening featuree a cocktail hour to start, alongside tours of the tiny home by the chief architect. The meal included a 6-course family-style meal with wine pairing, followed by a gourmet fire-side desserts to top off the evening. 

To benefit the lifestyle that comes with living small, all proceeds for the event will be donated to Micro Community Concepts, a grassroots organization that strives to provide safe, sustainable and affordable homes for underserved Portlanders.

Thanks to all of our partners: Commonwealth Vintage, Soter Vineyards, Micro Community Concepts, The Lamb's Table


James and Kyra's home was built by hand from the ground up. Completed in 2013, the home features Doug Fir throughout with hints of walnut, Oak, and Cherry. Situated on Alberta's bike boulevard, this home has Portland at the heart of it. Sitting at the table will be Kyra's father, the chief architect and mastermind behind this quirky home.  


Jamie Snell is a chef with a big heart. When she isn't running her own small business, she spends her efforts creating exotic meals for our cities non-profit organiztions. In her own words, Jamie believes "that grassroots involvement makes our lives meaningful and creates authentic culture  for everyone." 

We couldn't agree more.