The Umpqua Bank Chef OffPresented by Parr Lumber and Safeway Foundation
Three Dinner Chefs
Three Dessert Chefs
The Umpqua Bank Chef Off presented by Parr Lumber and the Safeway Foundation is our coveted farm-to-table fundraiser, celebrating the best of Oregon food, wine and beer to benefit the Foundation’s scholarship program. We bring together notable Portland chefs for a culinary competition on a beautiful 7-acre Sauvie Island.
In 2019 Renata returned to defend its title of reigning champ with veteran competitor, Plaza del Toro, and this year’s rookie: Urdaneta. Guests enjoyed a mouthwatering ‘dessert-off’ between Pip’s Original Doughnuts, Fifty Licks and Wailua Shave Ice. Guests refreshed their palates with Oregon’s finest wine and beer, featuring Domaine Drouhin, Adelsheim, and Bergstrom Wines, and on the microbrew front: Full Sail Brewing, Ninkasi Brewing, and Breakside Brewing.
At the end of the evening, guests casted their vote for People’s Choice Best Dish (or Dessert), and People’s Choice Best Beer and Wine, each competing for grand prize winnings to benefit an Oregon children’s charity of his or her choice!
15620 NW Gillihan Road. 97231
Saturday, August 22, 2020
4PM to 9PM
Celebrate Oregon Culinary Arts in Support of Oregon Students
Battle of Oregon’s Best
The Umpqua Bank Chef Off Presented by Parr Lumber and the Safeway Foundation is our coveted farm-to-table fundraiser, celebrating the best of Oregon food, wine and beer to benefit the Foundation’s scholarship-mentorship program.
Slip on your favorite flip flops for an outdoor celebration at Sauvie Island where notable Portland chefs ‘grill-off’ before your eyes. Pair Oregon’s finest wines and microbrews with your favorite savory and sweet bites, and be sure to vote for People’s Choice Best Dish and People’s Choice Best Dessert before the night is up.
We close out the evening with a short live auction to benefit our scholars.
Celebrating Oregon’s most notable food, wine, and microbrews in support of Oregon student leaders at a summer farm-to-table culinary competition.