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Feast Portland: USA Pears Night Market

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USA Pears Night Market at Zidell Yards transported crowds to faraway lands with authentic street food from home and abroad

The Night Market at Zidell Yards under the Ross Island Bridge enchanted diners with street food from around the world.

Set outdoors at Zidell Yards on the banks of the Willamette River, USA Pears Night Market gave attendants the impression that they had been transported to a foreign country to indulge in local street food. Diners were bathed in the glow of thousands of colored lights and lanterns while fire dancers and music added to the exotic vibe.

Twenty big-name chefs from Portland, Ore. and beyond provided tasty tidbits with international flavors to a sold-out crowd. Some of the culinary dignitaries were Anita Lo of Annisa in New York, Lee Ann Wong of Koko Head Café in Honolulu, Greg Denton of Ox, and Andy Ricker of Pok Pok, both located in Portland.

Chef Lo’s dish of grilled quail with celeriac and Szechuan pepper, and chef Ricker’s khao phat buu, Thai fried rice with crab, were some of the most popular dishes. Other notable and interesting offerings included a blood popsicle from PUBLIC in New York, albacore tuna with sea vegetables from Restaurant Beck in Depot Bay, Ore., and an Indian curry Scotch eggs from Bollywood Theater in Portland.

Sarah Cohen is the Portland City Editor at The Daily Meal. Follow her on Twitter @scretshopper and check out her blog It Only Comes Toasted.


Roundup of FEAST Night Market at Zidell Yards 2015

For good reason, it seems like the most popular event at Feast Portland is always the USA Pears Night Market. The location along the south waterfront is beautiful, especially with the new Tilikum Crossing bridge providing a dramatic backdrop. For the second year in a row, the weather blessed Feast with perfect temperatures to relax along the riverbank. To cap the evening, nature provided an incredible sunset, that contrasted so well with the overall feel – the paper lanterns, happy crowds, music and drifts of smoke, that it seemed half the crowd stopped to take a picture.

One of the things that stuck me, is how happy and enthusiastic all of the Feast staff was the event was nothing but smiles and happy, helpful greetings. Every year the event gets better. Parking issues have been resolved, line waits are generally shorter, and the event space has been spread out to provide a bit more room between booths.

With so much good food, it was hard to pick a “Best Dish”, but John Gorham of Toro Bravo won me over: heirloom tomato consommé with a spritz of absinthe and Ancho Reyes, and skewer of octopus, paparra vasca chili, anchovy stuffed olives, and house-made chorizo summer in one ounce portions.


Roundup of FEAST Night Market at Zidell Yards 2015

For good reason, it seems like the most popular event at Feast Portland is always the USA Pears Night Market. The location along the south waterfront is beautiful, especially with the new Tilikum Crossing bridge providing a dramatic backdrop. For the second year in a row, the weather blessed Feast with perfect temperatures to relax along the riverbank. To cap the evening, nature provided an incredible sunset, that contrasted so well with the overall feel – the paper lanterns, happy crowds, music and drifts of smoke, that it seemed half the crowd stopped to take a picture.

One of the things that stuck me, is how happy and enthusiastic all of the Feast staff was the event was nothing but smiles and happy, helpful greetings. Every year the event gets better. Parking issues have been resolved, line waits are generally shorter, and the event space has been spread out to provide a bit more room between booths.

With so much good food, it was hard to pick a “Best Dish”, but John Gorham of Toro Bravo won me over: heirloom tomato consommé with a spritz of absinthe and Ancho Reyes, and skewer of octopus, paparra vasca chili, anchovy stuffed olives, and house-made chorizo summer in one ounce portions.


Roundup of FEAST Night Market at Zidell Yards 2015

For good reason, it seems like the most popular event at Feast Portland is always the USA Pears Night Market. The location along the south waterfront is beautiful, especially with the new Tilikum Crossing bridge providing a dramatic backdrop. For the second year in a row, the weather blessed Feast with perfect temperatures to relax along the riverbank. To cap the evening, nature provided an incredible sunset, that contrasted so well with the overall feel – the paper lanterns, happy crowds, music and drifts of smoke, that it seemed half the crowd stopped to take a picture.

One of the things that stuck me, is how happy and enthusiastic all of the Feast staff was the event was nothing but smiles and happy, helpful greetings. Every year the event gets better. Parking issues have been resolved, line waits are generally shorter, and the event space has been spread out to provide a bit more room between booths.

With so much good food, it was hard to pick a “Best Dish”, but John Gorham of Toro Bravo won me over: heirloom tomato consommé with a spritz of absinthe and Ancho Reyes, and skewer of octopus, paparra vasca chili, anchovy stuffed olives, and house-made chorizo summer in one ounce portions.


Roundup of FEAST Night Market at Zidell Yards 2015

For good reason, it seems like the most popular event at Feast Portland is always the USA Pears Night Market. The location along the south waterfront is beautiful, especially with the new Tilikum Crossing bridge providing a dramatic backdrop. For the second year in a row, the weather blessed Feast with perfect temperatures to relax along the riverbank. To cap the evening, nature provided an incredible sunset, that contrasted so well with the overall feel – the paper lanterns, happy crowds, music and drifts of smoke, that it seemed half the crowd stopped to take a picture.

One of the things that stuck me, is how happy and enthusiastic all of the Feast staff was the event was nothing but smiles and happy, helpful greetings. Every year the event gets better. Parking issues have been resolved, line waits are generally shorter, and the event space has been spread out to provide a bit more room between booths.

With so much good food, it was hard to pick a “Best Dish”, but John Gorham of Toro Bravo won me over: heirloom tomato consommé with a spritz of absinthe and Ancho Reyes, and skewer of octopus, paparra vasca chili, anchovy stuffed olives, and house-made chorizo summer in one ounce portions.


Roundup of FEAST Night Market at Zidell Yards 2015

For good reason, it seems like the most popular event at Feast Portland is always the USA Pears Night Market. The location along the south waterfront is beautiful, especially with the new Tilikum Crossing bridge providing a dramatic backdrop. For the second year in a row, the weather blessed Feast with perfect temperatures to relax along the riverbank. To cap the evening, nature provided an incredible sunset, that contrasted so well with the overall feel – the paper lanterns, happy crowds, music and drifts of smoke, that it seemed half the crowd stopped to take a picture.

One of the things that stuck me, is how happy and enthusiastic all of the Feast staff was the event was nothing but smiles and happy, helpful greetings. Every year the event gets better. Parking issues have been resolved, line waits are generally shorter, and the event space has been spread out to provide a bit more room between booths.

With so much good food, it was hard to pick a “Best Dish”, but John Gorham of Toro Bravo won me over: heirloom tomato consommé with a spritz of absinthe and Ancho Reyes, and skewer of octopus, paparra vasca chili, anchovy stuffed olives, and house-made chorizo summer in one ounce portions.


Roundup of FEAST Night Market at Zidell Yards 2015

For good reason, it seems like the most popular event at Feast Portland is always the USA Pears Night Market. The location along the south waterfront is beautiful, especially with the new Tilikum Crossing bridge providing a dramatic backdrop. For the second year in a row, the weather blessed Feast with perfect temperatures to relax along the riverbank. To cap the evening, nature provided an incredible sunset, that contrasted so well with the overall feel – the paper lanterns, happy crowds, music and drifts of smoke, that it seemed half the crowd stopped to take a picture.

One of the things that stuck me, is how happy and enthusiastic all of the Feast staff was the event was nothing but smiles and happy, helpful greetings. Every year the event gets better. Parking issues have been resolved, line waits are generally shorter, and the event space has been spread out to provide a bit more room between booths.

With so much good food, it was hard to pick a “Best Dish”, but John Gorham of Toro Bravo won me over: heirloom tomato consommé with a spritz of absinthe and Ancho Reyes, and skewer of octopus, paparra vasca chili, anchovy stuffed olives, and house-made chorizo summer in one ounce portions.


Roundup of FEAST Night Market at Zidell Yards 2015

For good reason, it seems like the most popular event at Feast Portland is always the USA Pears Night Market. The location along the south waterfront is beautiful, especially with the new Tilikum Crossing bridge providing a dramatic backdrop. For the second year in a row, the weather blessed Feast with perfect temperatures to relax along the riverbank. To cap the evening, nature provided an incredible sunset, that contrasted so well with the overall feel – the paper lanterns, happy crowds, music and drifts of smoke, that it seemed half the crowd stopped to take a picture.

One of the things that stuck me, is how happy and enthusiastic all of the Feast staff was the event was nothing but smiles and happy, helpful greetings. Every year the event gets better. Parking issues have been resolved, line waits are generally shorter, and the event space has been spread out to provide a bit more room between booths.

With so much good food, it was hard to pick a “Best Dish”, but John Gorham of Toro Bravo won me over: heirloom tomato consommé with a spritz of absinthe and Ancho Reyes, and skewer of octopus, paparra vasca chili, anchovy stuffed olives, and house-made chorizo summer in one ounce portions.


Roundup of FEAST Night Market at Zidell Yards 2015

For good reason, it seems like the most popular event at Feast Portland is always the USA Pears Night Market. The location along the south waterfront is beautiful, especially with the new Tilikum Crossing bridge providing a dramatic backdrop. For the second year in a row, the weather blessed Feast with perfect temperatures to relax along the riverbank. To cap the evening, nature provided an incredible sunset, that contrasted so well with the overall feel – the paper lanterns, happy crowds, music and drifts of smoke, that it seemed half the crowd stopped to take a picture.

One of the things that stuck me, is how happy and enthusiastic all of the Feast staff was the event was nothing but smiles and happy, helpful greetings. Every year the event gets better. Parking issues have been resolved, line waits are generally shorter, and the event space has been spread out to provide a bit more room between booths.

With so much good food, it was hard to pick a “Best Dish”, but John Gorham of Toro Bravo won me over: heirloom tomato consommé with a spritz of absinthe and Ancho Reyes, and skewer of octopus, paparra vasca chili, anchovy stuffed olives, and house-made chorizo summer in one ounce portions.


Roundup of FEAST Night Market at Zidell Yards 2015

For good reason, it seems like the most popular event at Feast Portland is always the USA Pears Night Market. The location along the south waterfront is beautiful, especially with the new Tilikum Crossing bridge providing a dramatic backdrop. For the second year in a row, the weather blessed Feast with perfect temperatures to relax along the riverbank. To cap the evening, nature provided an incredible sunset, that contrasted so well with the overall feel – the paper lanterns, happy crowds, music and drifts of smoke, that it seemed half the crowd stopped to take a picture.

One of the things that stuck me, is how happy and enthusiastic all of the Feast staff was the event was nothing but smiles and happy, helpful greetings. Every year the event gets better. Parking issues have been resolved, line waits are generally shorter, and the event space has been spread out to provide a bit more room between booths.

With so much good food, it was hard to pick a “Best Dish”, but John Gorham of Toro Bravo won me over: heirloom tomato consommé with a spritz of absinthe and Ancho Reyes, and skewer of octopus, paparra vasca chili, anchovy stuffed olives, and house-made chorizo summer in one ounce portions.


Roundup of FEAST Night Market at Zidell Yards 2015

For good reason, it seems like the most popular event at Feast Portland is always the USA Pears Night Market. The location along the south waterfront is beautiful, especially with the new Tilikum Crossing bridge providing a dramatic backdrop. For the second year in a row, the weather blessed Feast with perfect temperatures to relax along the riverbank. To cap the evening, nature provided an incredible sunset, that contrasted so well with the overall feel – the paper lanterns, happy crowds, music and drifts of smoke, that it seemed half the crowd stopped to take a picture.

One of the things that stuck me, is how happy and enthusiastic all of the Feast staff was the event was nothing but smiles and happy, helpful greetings. Every year the event gets better. Parking issues have been resolved, line waits are generally shorter, and the event space has been spread out to provide a bit more room between booths.

With so much good food, it was hard to pick a “Best Dish”, but John Gorham of Toro Bravo won me over: heirloom tomato consommé with a spritz of absinthe and Ancho Reyes, and skewer of octopus, paparra vasca chili, anchovy stuffed olives, and house-made chorizo summer in one ounce portions.


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