Oktoberfest for a Cause Comes to Portland Heathman Restaurant

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Oktoberfest for a Cause Comes to Portland Heathman Restaurant

Published 09/07/2010

(Portland, Oregon) – Time to raise your beer stein and celebrate Oktoberfest to help raise a roof for Habitat for Humanity Portland/Metro East. The Oktoberfest event, sponsored by The Campbell Group, will be held Thursday, October 21, from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. at the Heathman Restaurant & Bar. Tickets are $75 and include a selection of microbrews from Full Sail Brewing, wine from Westrey Wine Co., and traditional Alsace and German cuisine prepared by Culinary Director Philippe Boulot.

Specialties include house-made boudin blanc, spicy pork sausage, charcuterie platters, pâté du maison and house-made spaetzle. There will be live music and an auction to raise additional funds to build a home for a local Habitat for Humanity family.

Purchase tickets online at www.oktoberfestpdx.com or call 503-287-9529 x 25 for more information.

Habitat for Humanity Portland/Metro East serves Multnomah County and northern Clackamas County. No other housing organization in the Portland/Metro East area offers a no-interest mortgage, giving Habitat the ability to reach out to families one step away from homelessness. Habitat sells the homes at cost, making no profit. Houses are sold below market value because of volunteer labor and donations. Families pay a 1 percent down payment on a 0 percent interest mortgage. Instead of being in a vulnerable and fragile economic position, Habitat families find themselves in a position of strength. www.habitatportlandmetro.org

The independent and employee-owned Full Sail Brewery is perched on a bluff in Hood River, Oregon, overlooking the most epic wind and kite surfing spot in the world. 47 specialists in the liquid refreshment arts are crafting barley and hops into their varied beers. The Full Sail crew has been fermenting godlike nectar since 1987. Their award-winning brews are now available in nineteen states. The Full Sail Tasting Room and Pub is open seven days a week. The public can tour the brewery or just soak up the view. www.fullsailbrewing.com

Gourmet Magazine recently recognized the Heathman as one of Portland’s best restaurants in the 2005 Restaurant Guide. Recipient of the James Beard Best Chef: Pacific NW award in 2001, Culinary Director Philippe Boulot partners with the region’s select growers, producers and vintners to find the highest quality ingredients. Boulot was honored by the Academie Culinaire de France as the Academie’s Chef of the Year. The Heathman Restaurant also offers casual dining in the adjacent Marble Bar and outside at the sidewalk café. Cocktails and live jazz are available in the intimate Tea Court. For more information, call 503-790-7752 or visit www.heathmanrestaurantandbar.com. The Heathman Restaurant and Bar is located at 1001 SW Broadway in downtown Portland’s cultural district.

The Campbell Group, LLC is a full-service timberland investment management company headquartered in Portland, Oregon. The company is focused exclusively on acquiring and managing high quality, investment grade forestland on behalf of institutional investors to produce excellent risk-adjusted returns. In 2008, in commemoration of the company’s 25th anniversary the firm created “Grow the Good” as a way of continuing the spirit of giving on which the company was founded. The goal is to grow a designated amount of seed money and use it to improve the lives of people in their respective communities. www.campbellgroup.com



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