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Once the doors opened, Feasters were unleased onto the dozens of vendors hoping to offer up a taste of their primo products. Pictured here, Portland's Masala Pop.
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Tabor Bread's display of cookies, specialty butters, and housemade breads.
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Bee Local's Damian Magista gets dreamy over his new line of honey sourced from Cameron Winery's estate vineyard.
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Incanto's Chris Cosentino charms the audience with his offal expertise and recipe for raw beef heart puttanesca.
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A few of the beer offerings at the Grand Tasting.
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Local pepper jelly artisan Kelly Calabria of Kelly's Jelly.
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Left: Salt & Straw's mobile scoop cart. Right: Jacobsen Salt Co's hand-harvested sea salt from the Oregon Coast.
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Left: Hot hand pies from Pacific Pie Co. Right: The team from Hot Lips fruit-sweetened sodas.
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Left: Brazi Bites gluten-free Brazilian cheese bread. Right: Representatives from Union Wine Company.
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Widmer Brothers Brewing
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Bon Appetit's mercantile located above the excitement on the upper level of the square.
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Left: "Oyster crackers" from EaT: An Oyster Bar's Tobias Hogan and Ethan Powell. Right: the meat spread from Olympic Provisions.
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Ethan Powell of EaT: An Oyster Bar and The Parish with a plate of Texas Pete-powered oysters.
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For the second year in a row, USA Pears' airbrush tattoo station was a hot ticket.
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Colorful canvas bags from Whole Foods were printed to order in guests' choice of colors.
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