Come celebrate Organically Grown in Oregon Week with Eugene's Table, Oregon Organic Coalition and Party Downtown
Enjoy 5 courses made with exclusively organic Oregon grown ingredients. Optional wine pairing also available featuring all Oregon Rosés made with organic grapes. Full bar, wine list, and beverage menu available for individual purchase as well.
Eugene's Table members and sponsors enjoy substantial discounts!
Doors open at 6pm, and dinner is served at 6:30pm. Feel free to come earlier and enjoy happy hour at Party Bar!
One seating. Tickets must be purchased by September 13th. No door sales.
- Pickled Duck Egg, herbs from our garden, toasted seeds, espelette.
- Duck Liver Mousse Tart, fig chutney, granola.
- Duck Ham Croquette, kimchi marmalade.
2. Grilled Radicchio, sweet potato, apple, pear, hazelnut, sage, rosé vinaigrette.
3. Mushroom “Wonton” Agnolotti, crimini, shiitake, chicken broth, bok choy, fermented espelette oil.
4. Lamb Chop, chickpea fritter, eggplant, celery, tomato, grape.
5. Beet Upside Down Cake, blue cheese ice cream, raspberry.
***Vegetarian options available. Please indicate that you prefer vegetarian when you purchase your tickets (bottom of checkout). ***
ABOUT ORGANICALLY GROWN IN OREGON WEEK:
Organically Grown in Oregon Week is a tradition that began in 1988 as a means for celebrating Oregon's organic industry and recognizing the leaders of Oregon's organic movement.
OGOW highlights the rapidly expanding organic sector of Oregon’s agricultural economy, recognizing the state’s unique stature as a leader in organic agriculture, highlighted by the first organic standards legislation in 1973, the first published organic certification standards in 1987, and the establishment of the first statewide advocacy group - the Oregon Organic Coalition - to help promote the organic industry. Organic agriculture is a vital segment of Oregon's economy with 874 certified farms and handlers, 483 of these being farms representing a total of over 176,000 acres in 2017 and $277,811,000 in farmgate sales, ranking ninth in the nation, and with more than 91% of Oregon households purchasing organic products in 2016.