It's baaack... In less than four weeks, Feast Portland will transform our fair city into the nation's culinary epicenter with a weekend of celebrity chef dinners, blow-out tastings, and enough food and drink to fill up even the hungriest Portlander. The Northwest’s top chefs, artisans, brewers and winemakers will once again join dozens of national headliners to present the best food and drink that Oregon has to offer.

From September September 19 through 21, Feast Portland will return for its third year with a wide range of events, from boozy tasting panels and cooking classes to exclusive dinners and dessert parties, but there’s one shindig that's aiming to truly capture Portland's edible zeitgeist: Sunday morning's Brunch Village, Feast Portland's newest event. 

Attendees at this all-inclusive morning meal will get to nosh on plates from local and national chefs doing their best takes on bacon, eggs, pastries, and everything else that makes brunch our city's favorite meal of the day.

With more than 16 participating chefs, 5 breweries, 7 wineries, and 2 distilleries, there will plenty of hangover-curing grub and hair-of-the-dog cocktail cures to recover from the weekend's culinary excess. Guests will also get to check out the Feast Portland Brunch Brawl cocktail competition featuring these ready-to-rumble shakers: Jeff Seymour (Interurban), Mindy Kucan (Hale Pele), Emily Mistell (Rum Club), Beckaly Franks (Clyde Common), Tyler Stevens (Teardrop), and Alex Negranza (An Evening With, LLC).

The Tillamook Brunch Village will crash Pioneer Courthouse Square on Sunday, September 21—and tickets are already sold out. But don't start sobbing into your Bloody Mary yet—Eat Beat is giving away two tickets to the fun.

For a chance to win two tickets to Brunch Village (a $150 value), leave a comment here with your favorite Portland brunch dish—and why you crave it. Winners will be selected on Tuesday, September 9 and must be 21+. Good luck!

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