One or Two Weekend Passes to The Bite of Oregon on August 10–12 (53% Off)

Corbet - Terwilliger - Lair Hill

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29th annual festival celebrates Oregon’s food and culture with restaurant vendors, competitions, and live entertainment

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Promotional value expires Aug 13, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Not valid for 'Bonus Bite' incentives. Must redeem for passes online. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

State festivals are an ideal way for anyone to learn more about their home front without resorting to drastic measures such as running for senator. Get acquainted with Oregon the easy way with this Groupon.

Choose Between Two Options

  • $7 for one weekend pass to The Bite of Oregon (a $15 value)
  • $14 for two weekend passes to The Bite of Oregon (a $30 value)

The 29th annual The Bite of Oregon, presented by Amica Insurance, returns to Portland’s waterfront for its yearly homage to everything Oregon. At this year’s festival, attendees can taste-test foods (ranging $2–$10) dished out by restaurant vendors, at a chef’s table, and from some of Oregon’s best food carts. Celebrity chef Aaron McCargo Jr., star of the Food Network’s Big Daddy’s House, is also on hand to dazzle taste buds. Craft beers and wines help wash down bites, and live entertainment, including two music stages, keeps feet moving throughout the weekend. The event benefits Special Olympics Oregon, which is celebrating its 40th anniversary.

The Bite of Oregon takes place at Tom McCall Waterfront Park from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Friday, August 10, and Saturday, August 11, and from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Sunday, August 12.

The Bite of Oregon

For 29 years, The Bite of Oregon has rolled out its tents, tables, and stages every summer for a multiday celebration of the state’s food, culture, and residents. Attendees raise their forks to the idea that “Life Tastes Better Here,” a mantra the festival lives up to by offering a culinary bounty crafted by some of Oregon’s most talented chefs. From small plates to full meals, vendors distribute their creations and, in between bites, regional wines and craft beers splash both new and familiar flavors across palates. As visitors wine and dine, local and national bands provide the soundtrack from multiple stages.

Demonstrating its respect for the community, The Bite of Oregon strives to be a Zero Waste event, each year producing less waste by lining its grounds with recycling stations and hiring unemployed goats to eat everyone’s napkins.

The Bite of Oregon

For 32 years, The Bite of Oregon has rolled out its tents, tables, and stages every summer for a multiday celebration of the state’s food, culture, and residents. Attendees raise their forks to the idea that “Life Tastes Better Here,” a mantra the festival lives up to by offering a culinary bounty crafted by some of Oregon’s most talented chefs. From small plates to full meals, vendors distribute their creations and, in between bites, regional wines and craft beers splash both new and familiar flavors across palates. As visitors wine and dine, local and national bands provide the soundtrack from multiple stages.

Demonstrating its respect for the community, The Bite of Oregon strives to be a Zero Waste event, each year producing less waste by lining its grounds with recycling stations and hiring unemployed goats to eat everyone’s napkins.

Customer Reviews

Awesome time...lots of food choices. Would have liked a few more beer choices. We bought the winning dinner created by the Iron Chefs at the competition held there as a donation and it was incredible!!!
Cheryl R. · August 23, 2016
It was a lot of fun and we enjoyed the atmosphere. Getting the weekend pass was great if you live nearby and are able to go more than once!
Christine B. · August 20, 2016
Really fun! I was expecting more food vendors but overall it was a good time and I'll go again next year.
Becky L. · August 19, 2016
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    Corbet - Terwilliger - Lair Hill

    5901 SW Macadam Ave.

    Suite 200

    Portland, Oregon 97201

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