The world of wine can be a complicated and sometimes intimidating one; add on the element of pairing it with food and things can get even trickier. Lucky for us, enjoying a great glass of wine doesn’t have to be so hard! Some of our favorite pairings are Champagne and French fries or caramel popcorn with a Tawny Port, not anything remotely close to complicated. We definitely think there is a time and a place for a proper dinner party with extravagant courses paired with rare wines. But more often than not, we simply do not have time to put together a bougie dinner party, right?
Three years ago, when we set out to host adventure dining experiences, we knew we wanted to focus on serving great food, pouring amazing wine, and fostering community. Through our Supper Series, we met our incredibly talented friend Chloé! Chloé is the author of the blog Conscious by Chloé and a true leader of the Zero Waste movement in Portland.
As we take on the challenge to reduce waste at our events, we’ve come to the realization that it is crucial to take as many small steps as possible to start making a difference. We want to invite you to join the efforts!
We don’t ever need too much of an excuse to throw a party, but we’ll certainly take Valentine’s as one to gather our best gals for the prettiest, pinkest party ever—sold! We put together a super fun gathering to help you get inspired and celebrate with your friends. We’ve got you covered with a menu, decor inspiration, a playlist, and some fun downloadable party games we will be releasing on Instagram soon. So, grab a glass of rosé, press play on our playlist below and gather your girls to start planning!
If you are like us, you are tired of being indoors all winter. It is easy to get into a cozy routine of work, quick dinner, Netflix, repeat. To break up the Birdbox watching and Maria Kondo drawer organizing, we suggest taking your winter Hygge on a picnic! We love the outdoors all seasons of the year and winter is no exception. Winter is typically known for the snow and frigid weather, but the chilly air has so much more to offer you and is begging you to come and enjoy.