Mar
1
5:00 PM17:00

Tournant Oyster Social ft. The Iberico Carver

We're so thrilled to welcome back Manuel Recio, aka The Iberico Carver, for our March Oyster Social. As one of the few Cortador Profesional de Jamón (Professional Ham Carvers) outside of Spain, Manuel shares the art of hand-carving jamón at various events, tastings, festivals and trainings throughout the country.

How lucky we are to have Manuel in the house, sharing his love and knowledge of true jamón ibérico, the crown jewel of Spain’s gastronomy. Each jamón—which takes years to produce—is a glorious expression of the relationship between the noble Ibérico pig, the oak forests in which they roam, and the master artisans that preserve their legacy.

In addition to jamón and oysters (a surf and earth match made in culinary heaven if there ever was one), we'll also be serving tasty tapas, salads and Spanish-leaning seafood dishes to make a festive evening of it all—and of course there will be plenty of beer, wine and fun cocktails from Andy too!

No reservations necessary, just drop by for restaurant-style seating. Hope to see you at the table!

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Mar
8
5:30 PM17:30

Open Fire Dinner with Barebones at SXSW

Join us for a transformative evening under the big Texas sky. As part of the SXSW Southbites series of dinners, we’ll be partnering with our friends at Barebones Living to create a live fire dinner that will weave together source, craft and design to tell a story about people and place.

Let everything melt away and become immersed in nature for an evening of connection and community. Sip thoughtfully crafted cocktails as you gather around the fire, then sit down to a meal inspired by the seasons and surroundings, cooked over the flames, and served on beautiful pottery handmade by artisans in Mexico.

Click below to learn about the incredible partners, collaborators and makers that have come together to create this experience and discover how you can join us for this singular moment in time.

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Mar
9
5:30 PM17:30

Open Fire Dinner with Barebones at SXSW

Join us for a transformative evening under the big Texas sky. As part of the SXSW Southbites series of dinners, we’ll be partnering with our friends at Barebones Living to create a live fire dinner that will weave together source, craft and design to tell a story about people and place.

Let everything melt away and become immersed in nature for an evening of connection and community. Sip thoughtfully crafted cocktails as you gather around the fire, then sit down to a meal inspired by the seasons and surroundings, cooked over the flames, and served on beautiful pottery handmade by artisans in Mexico.

Click below to learn about the incredible partners, collaborators and makers that have come together to create this experience and discover how you can join us for this singular moment in time.

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Jun
13
to Jun 16

Rogue Serenade - Four days of rafting, feasting and music

This is it. A food, music and adventure-lover's dream come true! We're thrilled to be partnering up again with Serenade and Northwest Rafting Company for a spectacular and scenic four-day trip down the Rogue River, where guests paddle and explore by day, then gather for music and feasts around the fire at night.

Serenade founders, Austin and Kaela both have backgrounds as river guides and last year was the first time they brought Serenade to the river. This river trip is a culmination of everything they love and represent through Serenade: food, music, and community. We were honored to cook on the inaugural trip and made memories that will truly last a lifetime.

Imagine spending the day meandering the Rogue, soaking up the wild beauty of the area, followed by a live-fire communal feast under the stars with intimate campfire performances by Jenner Fox and Austin Quattlebaum...then waking up and doing it all over again.

TRIP HIGHLIGHTS

  • Four days of rafting the Rogue River.

  • Live sets of music daily, plus floating serenades.

  • Three nights of three-course meals, prepared by Tournant over live-fire and paired with local Oregon beverages. 

  • Side hikes through lush green lined creeks, on the Rogue River trail, and jumping rocks.

  • Opportunities to see bald eagles, osprey, bears, and lots more wildlife.

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Valentine's Day Feast - From Tournant, With Love
Feb
14
5:30 PM17:30

Valentine's Day Feast - From Tournant, With Love

Let us show you the love.

Love comes in many splendid forms. Let’s celebrate them all this Valentine’s Day at Tournant. Whether you arrive with friends, a dear one or yourself—at our table, you are family. We’ll take comfort in one another’s company and feast together on foods that we love—and that make us feel loved.

There will be PNW oysters and local bubbly from Winter’s Hill to start, of course, along with heart-and-soul-warming dishes (scroll down for menu) that are meant to make you feel nourished and cared for in these cold winter months.

At this longtable family-style gathering, connections will be made as we pass and share food, and those that arrived strangers will surely leave as friends.

Details:

  • $70 per person; includes a welcome pour of bubbles

  • Two seatings at 5:30pm and 8:30pm

  • Longtable seating, some courses served family-style

  • Lovely local wine and beer available for purchase

  • Vegetarian options available (contact us!)

  • Optional box of three handmade chocolates by Joe Rodriguez, $12 ea.

VALENTINE’S DAY MENU

Oysters on the half shell
Sweetheart Ham
Gougeres

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Cauliflower veloute, Dungeness crab, agrumato

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Wild mushroom, leek, gruyere and thyme pot pie

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Mixed chicories, citrus, fennel, pistachio, pomegranate, mint

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Red wine and port braised short ribs with balsamic glazed shallots
Creamy polenta

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Chocolate hazelnut semifreddo in a cloud of whipped cream

Add a box of handmade chocolates from Joe!

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Feb
9
12:00 PM12:00

Iron, Fire + Brine - Open Fire Cooking Class

  • 4525 Southeast Division Street Portland, OR, 97206 United States (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

As part of the Shuck Portland series of events, we’ll be hosting Iron, Fire and Brine, an open fire cooking class tucked away in a secret urban oasis.

This hands-on class will start with freshly shucked oysters and frosty pints of beer.  Then, together, we'll gather around the flames to prepare ourselves a lunch of fire-roasted oysters and cast-iron seafood pozole.

We’ll provide all cooking materials and equipment (featuring custom grills by Del Fuego Ironworks and cast iron from Barebones Living), so just bring your curiosity, appetite and all-weather gear, as the class will go on rain or shine!

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Feb
2
to Feb 9

SHUCK PORTLAND - A Weeklong Celebration of Oysters!

Photo by  Maria Lamb

Photo by Maria Lamb

We're so thrilled to announce the return of Shuck Portland Oyster Week! Last year was such a resounding success that we’re back for more. From February 2nd-9th, Portland will be positively brimming with oysterrific events. There will be meet 'n' eats with your favorite oyster farmers, shucking, cooking and pairing classes, seafood feasts cooked by beloved chefs, panel discussions on the state of oysters and a slew of restaurants showcasing fresh NW oysters in dishes citywide. 

The best part about it is that these events will be raising awareness and funds to protect our oceans and estuaries, donating proceeds to our charitable partners The Wetlands Conservancy and WEBS, a local nonprofit based in Netarts, OR.

For the full line-up of events, head over to the Shuck Portland website for all the news that's fit to slurp. We hope to see you out and about, celebrating food, fun, community and the beautiful bivalves we love so much. Cheers! It's going to be a shucking great time!

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Feb
1
5:00 PM17:00

Tournant Oyster Social ft. Chef Carlo Lamagna

Photo by  StarChefs

Photo by StarChefs

For February’s Oyster Social, we can’t wait to welcome back Mr. Twisted Filipino himself — the one and only Chef Carlo Lamagna! Later this year, Carlo will be opening his highly anticipated restaurant Magna, where he will at last get to showcase the wildly exciting and deeply personal Filipino flavors he loves. Come enjoy a preview!

At the core of Lamagna’s cooking is his family and his Filipino heritage, both of which have influenced his career. His dishes are like a glimpse into his life: where he’s come from and where he’s been, coming together to make something new. He uses classic techniques with modern, beautiful plating, merging old school flavor with new school style.

Kind, passionate, hugely talented and always smiling, Carlo doesn't know how to do anything small, so expect big fun and big flavors (take a peek at Carlo’s a la carte menu below)! Along with these soulful dishes, you’ll find a bevy of PNW oysters from us and a super fun cocktail line up from our boy Andy.

Come join the party! No reservations necessary, just drop by for restaurant-style seating. Hope to see you at the table, friends. 

MAGNA OYSTER SOCIAL MENU

Lugaw
Rice porridge, fried garlic, scallions 

Lechon+Pandesal Sandwich
Slow roasted pork belly, chicharron, grilled cilantro and meyer lemon aioli, pandesal (bread)

Pancit
Bihon noodles, crispy chicken skin, shrimp, cabbage

Savory Suman
Sticky rice, crab fat, egg yolk, mushrooms

SWEET

Ginataang Bilo Bilo
Tapioca, mochi balls, young coconut, plantain, crispies

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Jan
19
2:00 PM14:00

Sobremesa Winter Supper

Photo from  Sunday Suppers

Photo from Sunday Suppers

Sobremesa is a global dinner series by Sunday Suppers.


We love the idea of a dinner party that creates connections and shared experiences around the globe. Brilliant! We’re delighted to be cooking the menu below for the Portland Sobremesa Supper, which will be hosted by our friend, photographer/creative director/recipe curator Christiann Koepke and held at Kabinett, a vintage furniture and housewares store in SE Portland. The evening will also feature cocktails from Freeland Spirits and include a hands-on demonstration showing how to make preserved lemons.

The meal—which was designed by the Sunday Supper team to be shared all over the globe— is inspired by harmony and balance in the winter season and features foods that are nurturing and warming, but still delicate and graceful. The supper is meant to be an intimate gathering and seating is limited.

MENU

Welcome Snack
Tapenade Butter + Winter Crudité

Course One
Cauliflower Soup, Rose Dukkah, Preserved Lemon

Course Two
Braised Beef
Parmesan Polenta

or

Eggplant*
Cashew, Cilantro, Capers

Charred Radicchio

Course Three
Poached Pears
Marscapone

*vegetarian / vegan / dairy free / gluten free alternative

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Jan
12
5:00 PM17:00

Olio Nuovo Seafood Supper @ Durant Olive Mill

  • Durant Olive Mill at Red Ridge Farms (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Join us for a beautiful winter’s evening at Red Ridge Farms, where we’ll be preparing an open-fire feast in celebration of the season’s best seafood and freshly milled Durant Olive Mill olio nuovo.

The evening will begin with fresh NW oysters, bay shrimp cocktail and Dungeness crab on the patio, then move into the warm and inviting dining room for a four course feast highlighting single-varietal olio nuovo from the mill, paired with Durant Vineyards estate wines.

NW Oysters on the half shell
Basil Seed Caviar, Olio Nuovo

Éclade de Moules
Fire-roasted Mussels perfumed with rosemary and pine
Jacobsen salt and Durant olio nuovo

Grilled Cedar-planked Trout
Winter chicories, radish, fennel, preserved Meyer lemon
Durant olio nuovo

Ligurian Inspired Cod
Black cod, potatoes, olives, capers
Tuscan-style olio novo drenched bread

Chocolate Hazelnut Semifreddo
Orange blossom whipped cream
Durant olio nuovo

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Jan
4
5:00 PM17:00

Tournant Oyster Social ft. Gado Gado

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We are so thrilled to welcome our friends from Gado Gado to the Tournant kitchen for the first time! If you haven’t yet been to one of their fun late-night noodle-fests at Sammich or multi course Indonesian feasts at Langbaan, you’re in for a real treat. These two are up to very good things…

Thomas and Mariah Pisha-Duffly have drawn inspiration from their travels in Southeast Asia and diverse culinary backgrounds to create dishes that are deeply flavored, richly textured and highly personal. With the iconic Indonesian salad as their namesake, Gado Gado celebrates Thomas’ Chinese Indonesian heritage, while innovation and technique push their dishes into an entirely new realm.

Along with crave-worthy dishes from this duo--see below for the menu--we'll be popping fresh NW oysters and there will be crisp wines, frosty beers and cooling cocktails to wash it all down.

Mona visited Bali for the first time this year and was absolutely enchanted by the intense and complex flavors of Indonesian food. Herbal, aromatic, spicy, sweet, sour and earthy—it’s like fireworks on your palate. Come experience it for yourself and we guarantee you’ll be asking yourself, Is Indonesian food the most exciting cuisine on the planet?

This is one East-meets-Pacific-Northwest collab that you don't want to miss! No reservations necessary, just drop by from 5-9pm for convivial restaurant-style seating. Hope to see you at the table, friends!

GADO GADO MENU
(Subject to change)

Chips and dip 12
crispy chicken skin krupuk, lime leaf,  chili, smoked oyster ranch 

Charred Pork Heart Sausage 8
sweet soy, sambal matah 

Sardine Toast 15
fried house cured sardine, sambal belado, bone marrow griddled bread, fried duck egg

Suckling Porchetta Salad 12
 sliced suckling pig, brussels sprouts, apple, pomegranate, parmesan, black vinegar, maple & dried shrimp chili oil, fried shallot, peanut, herbs
*available vegetarian 

Gado Gado 15
winter squash, potato, cauliflower, freeze dried corn,  fried tempeh, spicy peanut sambal, shrimp chip
*available vegetarian

Curry Mee Ayam 15
thin yellow egg noodle, bouncy chicken meatball, coconut gravy, fried tofu, shallot, scallion, herbs

Beef Rendang 26
shank & rib braised and fried in coconut cream, fresh turmeric, Oma’s aromatic rice, sambal hijau

Crispy pig head for 2-4   $55 while supplies last
griddled steam bread, burnt eggplant hoisin, pickled daikon, sambal matah

SIDES

Oma’s Aromatic Rice 3
turmeric, pandan, lemongrass, serundeng 

Sambal hijau  6
green chili, tomatillo, anchovy, shrimp krupuk 

DESSERT

Coconut Custard   8
arrack soaked raisins, cashew cardamom cookie, pandan 

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New Year's Eve Oyster Social - Steakhouse Style
Dec
31
6:00 PM18:00

New Year's Eve Oyster Social - Steakhouse Style

You already know we’re crazy about oysters, but did you know we also have a thing for classic steakhouses? To us, nothing says “let’s celebrate” like champagne, oysters and a good steak. You too? Then let’s celebrate together!

This New Year’s Eve we’re plotting a very festive Oyster Social with an old school steakhouse twist. Oysters on the half, bottles of full of bub, classic cocktails (martinis and manhattans are a must!) plus riffs on steakhouse favorites (see working menu below). Finish with a tasting of fine single malts from the Edrington spirits collection and your evening is complete.

Let’s dine well with friends and family and raise a glass together in celebration (or commiseration) of the year behind us, and toast to a fresh new year ahead, filled with hope and promise.

A la carte menu. No reservations, no dress code, no four-hour tasting menus, just good people, good food and good times spent together.

See you there!

[ALMOST FINAL] NEW YEAR’S MENU

Oysters on the half from:

Nevor Shellfish Farm
Hama Hama Oyster Co.
Carbajal

Oyster + Caviar Flight
3 different oysters with 3 different caviars

Heirloom Popcorn
Toasted nori umami butter

Shrimp cocktail

Beef Tartare

BACON

Mixed Chicory Caesar
Preserved lemon dressing, frico crouton

28-Day Aged Ribeye
Curly parsley, smoked shallot maitre d'hotel butter

Cast Iron Wagyu Flank Steak
Scotch flambé

Sole en Papillotte
Fennel, leek, tarragon, vermouth, butter

Creamed Tuscan Kale

Potato Purée

Purple Brussels Sprouts au Gratin

Creme Brûlée

Complimentary Scotch Tasting:
Macallan Triple Cask 15
Highland Park Full Volume
Glenrothes Whisky Maker’s Cut

Photos by Meatballssmama

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Nov
29
5:00 PM17:00

Tazon Pozole @ Tournant

Photo by  Josh Chang

Photo by Josh Chang

Join us for the final Tazon Pozole of 2018!

It’s been a marvelous time, but like many good things, Tazon Pozole must come to an end for this year!

Join us for one last pozole party where steamy bowls start at $12 and you can choose from pork rojo, chicken verde or verduras (vegan), plus traditional and not so traditional add-ins. What’s more, our friend Shauna Galante of Secret Language will be creating rotating ceviche selections in her signature fresh and vibrant style and chocolate-whisperer Joe Rodriguez will make his obscenely delicious chocolate flan with mezcal caramel for a sweet ending.

WHAT IS POZOLE?
This traditional Mexican soup is hearty and nourishing, brimming with toothsome hominy and tender stewed meat or seasonal vegetables and is served with fresh garnishes such as cabbage, chopped onion, radish and lime that you can add to taste for your perfect bowl. 

In many regions of Mexico, pozole is served only on Thursdays and is a wonderful excuse to gather friends and family around the table. We've continued this Thursday tradition at Tournant with Tazon (which means “bowl” in Spanish).

No reservations necessary—just drop by for restaurant-style seating, order a cold cerveza, margarita or paloma, then close your eyes and imagine you're in sunny Mexico.

SAMPLE MENU

SHEET PAN NACHOS
Juanita’s chips, cheddarjack, black beans, housemade salsas, sour cream, pickled peppers, sliced black olives (Mona insists!)
$10

SHAUNA’S CEVICHE DEL DIA
Oregon Albacore, ginger, yuzu, lime, asian pear, watermelon radish, sesame, pickled shallot, mizuna, purple shiso
$12

PORK ROJO
Pork Stock, Three Sisters Nixtamal Organic Hominy, Chile-Braised Pork Shoulder
$14

POLLO VERDE
Chicken Stock, Three Sisters Nixtamal Organic Hominy, Salsa Verde-Braised Chicken Thigh
$14

VERDURAS
Burnt Onion Dashi, Three Sisters Nixtamal Organic Hominy, Roasted Delicata, Sik’l Pak (pumpkin seed salsa)
$12

AWESOME ADD-INS
Slow Egg, Avocado, Poblano Rajas, Queso Oaxaca
$2/each

FUNDAMENTALS
All bowls come with shredded cabbage, white onion, radish, lime and Juanita’s chips

DESSERT ~ by Joe Rodriguez

Chocolate Flan, mezcal caramel, chile salt
$8

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Nov
24
12:00 PM12:00

Oyster & Pozole Social @ Wolves & People Farmhouse Brewery

  • Wolves & People Farmhouse Brewery (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS
Photo by  @pdxploration

Photo by @pdxploration

What are you doing Thanksgiving weekend? We’re spending Friday and Saturday with our friends at Wolves & People Farmhouse Brewery, popping oysters, serving up piping hot bowls of pozole and drinking some seriously special handcrafted brews. Noon-5pm, or until we sell out. See you there!

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Nov
23
12:00 PM12:00

Oyster & Pozole Social @ Wolves & People Farmhouse Brewery

  • Wolves & People Farmhouse Brewery (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS
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What are you doing the day after Thanksgiving? We’re spending Friday and Saturday with our friends at Wolves & People Farmhouse Brewery, popping oysters, serving up piping hot bowls of pozole and drinking some seriously special handcrafted brews. Noon-5pm, or until we sell out. See you there!

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Nov
15
5:00 PM17:00

Tazon Pozole Thursdays @ Tournant

Photo by  Josh Chang

Photo by Josh Chang

TAZON THURSDAYS! This fall, we're excited to announce that we’re not only bringing back everyone's favorite pozole night, but this time we’ll be popping up weekly at Tournant (almost) every Thursday through the end of the year!

This traditional Mexican soup is hearty and nourishing, brimming with toothsome hominy and tender stewed meat or seasonal vegetables and is served with fresh garnishes such as cabbage, chopped onion, radish and lime that you can add to taste for your perfect bowl. 

In many regions of Mexico, pozole is served only on Thursdays and is a wonderful excuse to gather friends and family around the table. We're continuing this tradition at Tournant with Tazon (which means “bowl” in Spanish) every Thursday--though be sure to check the calendar as we may be booked for a private party.

Steamy bowls start at $12 and you can choose from pork rojo, chicken verde or verduras (vegan), plus traditional and not so traditional add-ins. What’s more, our friend Shauna Galante of Secret Language will be creating rotating ceviche selections in her signature fresh and vibrant style and chocolate-whisperer Joe Rodriguez will make his obscenely delicious chocolate flan with mezcal caramel for a sweet ending.

No reservations necessary—just drop by for restaurant-style seating, order a cold cerveza, margarita or paloma, then close your eyes and imagine you're in sunny Mexico.

SAMPLE MENU

SHEET PAN NACHOS
Juanita’s chips, cheddarjack, black beans, housemade salsas, sour cream, pickled peppers, sliced black olives (Mona insists!)
$10

SHAUNA’S CEVICHE DEL DIA
Oregon Albacore, ginger, yuzu, lime, asian pear, watermelon radish, sesame, pickled shallot, mizuna, purple shiso
$12

CLASSIC-ISH CAESAR
Hearts of romaine, Ancient Heritage Hannah, toasted pepitas
$10 (Add avocado +$2)

PORK ROJO
Pork Stock, Three Sisters Nixtamal Organic Hominy, Chile-Braised Pork Shoulder
$14

POLLO VERDE
Chicken Stock, Three Sisters Nixtamal Organic Hominy, Salsa Verde-Braised Chicken Thigh
$14

VERDURAS
Burnt Onion Dashi, Three Sisters Nixtamal Organic Hominy, Roasted Delicata, Sik’l Pak (pumpkin seed salsa)
$12

AWESOME ADD-INS
Slow Egg, Avocado, Poblano Rajas, Queso Oaxaca
$2/each

FUNDAMENTALS
All bowls come with shredded cabbage, white onion, radish, lime and Juanita’s chips

DESSERT ~ by Joe Rodriguez

Chocolate Flan, mezcal caramel, chile salt
$8

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Winemaker Dinner @ Tournant ft. Soter Vineyards and Chef Alex Daley
Nov
9
6:00 PM18:00

Winemaker Dinner @ Tournant ft. Soter Vineyards and Chef Alex Daley

SORRY FRIENDS, THIS DINNER IS SOLD OUT

In celebration of the harvest season, we invite you to join us at the table for an intimate supper paired with Soter Vineyard’s nuanced and captivating wines. We’re very pleased to be designing a menu with Soter Chef Alex Daley, whose thoughtful food reflects a sense of place and craftsmanship that complement these stellar wines beautifully.

Our collaborative menu will draw from our local wonderland of seasonal bounty and highlight items grown and raised on Soter’s biodynamic Mineral Springs Ranch property.

We’d be so delighted to have you join us for this special evening of food, wine and community.

MENU
(Subject to change based on availability)
 

RECEPTION

Housemade salumi bites

Chicharron with quince and lardo

Pork and pistachio terrine with beet mustard

Pacific Oysters on the half shelf with Soter Pop mignonette

Chicken liver toast with pickled chanterelles, sultanas and mustard seed

2014 Soter Vineyards Mineral Springs Brut Rose
2017 Soter Vineyards Silver Lining White
 


DINNER

Popovers with butter, chives and Jacobsen sea salt

Carpaccio of Oregon Albacore, warm hazelnut brown butter vinaigrette, herb salad

2016 North Valley Chardonnay

Sopa Coada with Mineral Springs Ranch turkey and delicata squash

2015 North Valley Reserve Pinot Noir

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Danish Flaeskesteg pork roast with red berry gastrique

Pommes Puree with Pommes Parisienne

2016 Mineral Springs Ranch Pinot Noir

~

Chocolate pudding, potimarron and pecan

*Due to the nature of this event, dietary preferences cannot be accomodated. Tickets are limited. Additional details to follow with confirmation.

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Nov
8
5:00 PM17:00

Tazon Pozole Thursdays @ Tournant

TAZON THURSDAYS! This fall, we're excited to announce that we’re not only bringing back everyone's favorite pozole night, but this time we’ll be popping up weekly at Tournant (almost) every Thursday through the end of the year!

This traditional Mexican soup is hearty and nourishing, brimming with toothsome hominy and tender stewed meat or seasonal vegetables and is served with fresh garnishes such as cabbage, chopped onion, radish and lime that you can add to taste for your perfect bowl. 

In many regions of Mexico, pozole is served only on Thursdays and is a wonderful excuse to gather friends and family around the table. We're continuing this tradition at Tournant with Tazon (which means “bowl” in Spanish) every Thursday--though be sure to check the calendar as we may be booked for a private party.

Steamy bowls start at $12 and you can choose from pork rojo, chicken verde or verduras (vegan), plus traditional and not so traditional add-ins. What’s more, our friend Shauna Galante of Secret Language will be creating rotating ceviche selections in her signature fresh and vibrant style and chocolate-whisperer Joe Rodriguez will make his obscenely delicious chocolate flan with mezcal caramel for a sweet ending.

No reservations necessary—just drop by for restaurant-style seating, order a cold cerveza, margarita or paloma, then close your eyes and imagine you're in sunny Mexico.

SAMPLE MENU

SHEET PAN NACHOS
Juanita’s chips, cheddarjack, black beans, housemade salsas, sour cream, pickled peppers, sliced black olives (Mona insists!)
$10

SHAUNA’S CEVICHE DEL DIA
Oregon Albacore, ginger, yuzu, lime, asian pear, watermelon radish, sesame, pickled shallot, mizuna, purple shiso
$12

CLASSIC-ISH CAESAR
Hearts of romaine, Ancient Heritage Hannah, toasted pepitas
$10 (Add avocado +$2)

PORK ROJO
Pork Stock, Three Sisters Nixtamal Organic Hominy, Chile-Braised Pork Shoulder
$14

POLLO VERDE
Chicken Stock, Three Sisters Nixtamal Organic Hominy, Salsa Verde-Braised Chicken Thigh
$14

VERDURAS
Burnt Onion Dashi, Three Sisters Nixtamal Organic Hominy, Roasted Delicata, Sik’l Pak (pumpkin seed salsa)
$12

AWESOME ADD-INS
Slow Egg, Avocado, Poblano Rajas, Queso Oaxaca
$2/each

FUNDAMENTALS
All bowls come with shredded cabbage, white onion, radish, lime and Juanita’s chips

DESSERT ~ by Joe Rodriguez

Chocolate Flan, mezcal caramel, chile salt
$8

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Nov
2
5:00 PM17:00

Tournant Oyster Social - La Dolce Vita Version

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We are fresh back from a few weeks traveling, eating and drinking our way through Croatia and Italy and are feeling deliciously inspired! From truffles in Istria, cicchetti in Venice and beautiful regional cheeses, pasta and seafood, we want to share our experience with you!

For our November Oyster Social, we’ll be recreating some of our favorite dishes and lavishing everything with the olive oil (we even scored the season’s first olio novo in Lucca!), balsamico and truffles we brought back just for you.

The cooler weather means oysters are in their prime and we’ll showcase several varieties from our favorite ocean farmers. To drink, there will be an Aperol Spritz, of course, along with Mona’s new obsession, the Hugo, and a bracing negroni like the one we enjoyed at the famous Harry’s Bar in Venice. Italian and Croatian wines will be poured and we hope that everyone will leave dreaming of tiny seaside fishing villages and the rolling Tuscan countryside.

No reservations necessary, just drop by from 5-9pm for convivial restaurant-style seating. Hope to see you at the table, friends!

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Nov
1
5:00 PM17:00

Tazon Pozole Thursdays @ Tournant

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TAZON THURSDAYS! This fall, we're excited to announce that we’re not only bringing back everyone's favorite pozole night, but this time we’ll be popping up weekly at Tournant (almost) every Thursday through the end of the year!

This traditional Mexican soup is hearty and nourishing, brimming with toothsome hominy and tender stewed meat or seasonal vegetables and is served with fresh garnishes such as cabbage, chopped onion, radish and lime that you can add to taste for your perfect bowl. 

In many regions of Mexico, pozole is served only on Thursdays and is a wonderful excuse to gather friends and family around the table. We're continuing this tradition at Tournant with Tazon (which means “bowl” in Spanish) every Thursday--though be sure to check the calendar as we may be booked for a private party.

Steamy bowls start at $12 and you can choose from pork rojo, chicken verde or verduras (vegan), plus traditional and not so traditional add-ins. What’s more, our friend Shauna Galante of Secret Language will be creating rotating ceviche selections in her signature fresh and vibrant style and chocolate-whisperer Joe Rodriguez will make his obscenely delicious chocolate flan with mezcal caramel for a sweet ending.

No reservations necessary—just drop by for restaurant-style seating, order a cold cerveza, margarita or paloma, then close your eyes and imagine you're in sunny Mexico.

SAMPLE MENU

SHEET PAN NACHOS
Juanita’s chips, cheddarjack, black beans, housemade salsas, sour cream, pickled peppers, sliced black olives (Mona insists!)
$10

SHAUNA’S CEVICHE DEL DIA
Oregon Albacore, ginger, yuzu, lime, asian pear, watermelon radish, sesame, pickled shallot, mizuna, purple shiso
$12

CLASSIC-ISH CAESAR
Hearts of romaine, Ancient Heritage Hannah, toasted pepitas
$10 (Add avocado +$2)

PORK ROJO
Pork Stock, Three Sisters Nixtamal Organic Hominy, Chile-Braised Pork Shoulder
$14

POLLO VERDE
Chicken Stock, Three Sisters Nixtamal Organic Hominy, Salsa Verde-Braised Chicken Thigh
$14

VERDURAS
Burnt Onion Dashi, Three Sisters Nixtamal Organic Hominy, Roasted Delicata, Sik’l Pak (pumpkin seed salsa)
$12

AWESOME ADD-INS
Slow Egg, Avocado, Poblano Rajas, Queso Oaxaca
$2/each

FUNDAMENTALS
All bowls come with shredded cabbage, white onion, radish, lime and Juanita’s chips

DESSERT ~ by Joe Rodriguez

Chocolate Flan, mezcal caramel, chile salt
$8

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Oct
25
5:00 PM17:00

Tazon Pozole Thursdays @ Tournant

Photo by  Josh Chang

Photo by Josh Chang

TAZON THURSDAYS! This fall, we're excited to announce that we’re not only bringing back everyone's favorite pozole night, but this time we’ll be popping up weekly at Tournant (almost) every Thursday through the end of the year!

This traditional Mexican soup is hearty and nourishing, brimming with toothsome hominy and tender stewed meat or seasonal vegetables and is served with fresh garnishes such as cabbage, chopped onion, radish and lime that you can add to taste for your perfect bowl. 

In many regions of Mexico, pozole is served only on Thursdays and is a wonderful excuse to gather friends and family around the table. We're continuing this tradition at Tournant with Tazon (which means “bowl” in Spanish) every Thursday--though be sure to check the calendar as we may be booked for a private party.

Steamy bowls start at $12 and you can choose from pork rojo, chicken verde or verduras (vegan), plus traditional and not so traditional add-ins. What’s more, our friend Shauna Galante of Secret Language will be creating rotating ceviche selections in her signature fresh and vibrant style and chocolate-whisperer Joe Rodriguez will make his obscenely delicious chocolate flan with mezcal caramel for a sweet ending.

No reservations necessary—just drop by for restaurant-style seating, order a cold cerveza, margarita or paloma, then close your eyes and imagine you're in sunny Mexico.

SAMPLE MENU

SHEET PAN NACHOS
Juanita’s chips, cheddarjack, black beans, housemade salsas, sour cream, pickled peppers, sliced black olives (Mona insists!)
$10

SHAUNA’S CEVICHE DEL DIA
Oregon Albacore, ginger, yuzu, lime, asian pear, watermelon radish, sesame, pickled shallot, mizuna, purple shiso
$12

CLASSIC-ISH CAESAR
Hearts of romaine, Ancient Heritage Hannah, toasted pepitas
$10 (Add avocado +$2)

PORK ROJO
Pork Stock, Three Sisters Nixtamal Organic Hominy, Chile-Braised Pork Shoulder
$14

POLLO VERDE
Chicken Stock, Three Sisters Nixtamal Organic Hominy, Salsa Verde-Braised Chicken Thigh
$14

VERDURAS
Burnt Onion Dashi, Three Sisters Nixtamal Organic Hominy, Roasted Delicata, Sik’l Pak (pumpkin seed salsa)
$12

AWESOME ADD-INS
Slow Egg, Avocado, Poblano Rajas, Queso Oaxaca
$2/each

FUNDAMENTALS
All bowls come with shredded cabbage, white onion, radish, lime and Juanita’s chips

DESSERT ~ by Joe Rodriguez

Chocolate Flan, mezcal caramel, chile salt
$8

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Oct
18
5:00 PM17:00

Tazon Pozole Thursdays @ Tournant

Photo by  Natalie Behring

TAZON RETURNS! This fall, we're excited to announce that we’re not only bringing back everyone's favorite pozole night, but this time we’ll be popping up weekly at Tournant (almost) every Thursday through the end of the year!

This traditional Mexican soup is hearty and nourishing, brimming with toothsome hominy and tender stewed meat or seasonal vegetables and is served with fresh garnishes such as cabbage, chopped onion, radish and lime that you can add to taste for your perfect bowl. 

In many regions of Mexico, pozole is served only on Thursdays and is a wonderful excuse to gather friends and family around the table. We're continuing this tradition at Tournant with Tazon (which means “bowl” in Spanish) every Thursday--though be sure to check the calendar as we may be booked for a private party.

Steamy bowls start at $12 and you can choose from pork rojo, chicken verde or verduras (vegan), plus traditional and not so traditional add-ins. What’s more, our friend Shauna Galante of Secret Language will be creating rotating ceviche selections in her signature fresh and vibrant style and chocolate-whisperer Joe Rodriguez will make his obscenely delicious chocolate flan with mezcal caramel for a sweet ending.

No reservations necessary—just drop by for restaurant-style seating, order a cold cerveza, margarita or paloma, then close your eyes and imagine you're in sunny Mexico.

SAMPLE MENU

SHAUNA’S CEVICHE DEL DIA
market price

SHEET PAN NACHOS
Juanita’s chips, Tillamook cheddar, black beans, housemade salsas, sour cream, escabeche, sliced black olives (Mona insists!)
$10

PORK ROJO
Pork Stock, Three Sisters Nixtamal Organic Hominy,
Chile-Braised Pork Shoulder
$14
 
POLLO VERDE
Chicken Stock, Three Sisters Nixtamal Organic Hominy,
Salsa Verde-Braised Chicken Thigh
$14
 
VERDURAS
Burnt Onion Dashi, Three Sisters Nixtamal Organic Hominy, Roasted Winter Squash, Sik’l Pak (pumpkin seed salsa)
$12
 
AWESOME ADD-INS
 
Slow Egg
Avocado
Poblano Rajas
Queso Oaxaca
$2
 
FUNDAMENTALS
All bowls come with shredded cabbage, chopped white onion,
cilantro, radish, lime and Juanita’s chips
 

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Oct
5
5:00 PM17:00

Tournant Oyster Social ft. Chef Timothy Wastell

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Lucky us, Chef Timothy Wastell is taking over the Tournant kitchen again for our October Oyster Social. Among the many reasons we adore Tim: his unwavering dedication to seasonality and supporting local farms, his ravishingly beautiful food, and the rare combination of pure talent mixed with gracious humility that he possesses.

After decades spent in kitchens (DOC, Firehouse, Old Salt, and Sweedeedee among them), Timothy now has a more well-rounded life that in addition to cooking at farms and wineries also includes a full dance card as chef in residence to the Culinary Breeding Network, researcher and consultant to Oregon State University, Portland Farmers Market board of directors member, Groundwork Organics market man, and proud papa. All of this feeds his creativity and informs his farm-focused food, making it as thoughtful as it is delicious.

If you haven’t had the pleasure of enjoying Timothy’s food before, you don’t want to miss out on this rare opportunity. See above for a glimpse of the beautiful seasonal dishes he featured on his Oyster Social menu last fall. Sneak peek of this year’s menu below. Porchetta and oysters = match made in surf and turf heaven!

No reservations necessary, just drop by from 5-9pm for restaurant-style seating (though we suggest arriving early). Hope to see you at the table, friends!

TIMOTHY’S MENU

Pure Country Porchetta, Radcats™️ hot giardinera & pickles, Sideyard mustard greens (gf)

Shaved Black futsu & Treviso salad, pecorino, anchovy & lemon citronette (gf)

Tongue of Fire shelling beans & lacinato kale in tomato & leek conserva (vegan, gf) 

Delicata squash, pepitas, sage, maple & miso (vegan, gf) 

Bosc pear butter & Gorgonzola toast (veg, gf)

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Aug
18
6:00 PM18:00

White Party @ Torii Mor Winery

Our friends at Torii Mor are putting on their fourth annual White Party and you're invited to don your best all-white outfit for an enchanted evening filled with wine, food, music and merriment.

We'll be preparing a seafood-focused meal to highlight Burgundian winemaker Jacques Tardy's elegant white wines. Guests will enjoy freshly-shucked oysters in the Japanese-inspired gardens before feasting on mussels roasted over pine boughs and summery salads and sides on the deck, with twinkly lights above and a spectacular view of the Dundee hills below.

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Aug
5
5:00 PM17:00

Plate & Pitchfork Dinner w/Karl Holl + Walter Scott Wines @ Diggin' Roots Farm

We're thrilled to be a part of the Plate & Pitchfork farm dinner series this summer! What a treat it will be to serve you supper straight from the source at Diggin' Roots Farm, highlighting fresh produce harvested from the fields surrounding us.

Making it even more special, we'll be paired with some of our absolute favorite (and wildly talented) people in the industry, Karl Holl of Spätzle & Speck and Ken Pahlow & Erica Landon of Walter Scott Wines.

As a guest, you'll enjoy wine and appetizers before a tour of the farm, then sit down to a multi-course family-style meal inspired by the season's bounty, complemented by gorgeous wine pairings from Walter Scott.

We are profoundly thankful for our region's extraordinary farmers and the beautiful food they grow. Thank you Conner, Sarah, and Wendell for hosting us on the land you thoughtfully tend and call home. 

Come celebrate food, farming and community with us! Learn more about Plate & Pitchfork dinners here and click the button below to join us at Diggin' Roots Farm.

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Aug
3
5:00 PM17:00

Tournant Oyster Social ft. Chef Connor Martin of Mian

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You love his hair selfies. You are strangely charmed by his obsession with alpacas. You followed along hungrily on Instagram as he traveled through Asia eating all the dumps, noodz and bunny brains he could muster...

That's right! Chef Connor Martin of Mian is back in the Tournant kitchen for our August Oyster Social and he's bringing his signature seasonal-Northwest-meets-regional-Chinese game with him. 

Along with delish dishes from Connor--see super Mian-y menu below!--we'll be popping fresh NW oysters and there will be crisp wines, frosty beers and cool cocktails designed by David Sigal, the boozy panda-loving half of Mian.

It's going to be an East meets Pacific Northwest fest that you don't want to miss! No reservations necessary, just drop by from 5-9pm for convivial restaurant-style seating. Hope to see you at the table, friends!

MIAN OYSTER SOCIAL MENU
[dishes are a la carte]

Oysters with Pickled Ramp and Black Bean Mignonette

Ma La Diva Cucumbers and Dan’s Celtuce

Sweet and Sour Sardines, Plum and Tomato Salad, Herb Relish

Pork + Ramp Kimchi Dumplings, Chili Crisp Vinegar

Steak Tartare Lettuce Cups, Oyster Sauce, Charred Broccoli, Soy Egg Yolk, Peanuts, Fried Shallots

Chilled Buckwheat Noodles with Sesame, Cucumber, Bean Sprouts, Black Sesame

Summer Vegetable Fried Rice, Sunflower Seed Chili Crisp

Baird Family Fruit Cup - Peach Leaf Jell-O, Peaches, Plums, Grapes, Apricots, Coconut Cream

 

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Jul
26
6:00 PM18:00

Pre-IPNC Feast in the Vineyard with Flaneur Wines

Sorry, Friends. This dinner is sold out!

We're delighted to collaborate with Flaneur Wines for a progressive dinner at their La Belle Promenade Vineyard, perched 820 feet up in the Chehalem Mountains. The evening will be in three acts: oysters and aperitifs in a reclaimed-wood pergola with stunning views of the valley below, dinner in the vineyard amongst the vines and dessert in a 100-year-old barn filled with character. It will be an evening filled with beautiful views, rustic settings, and spectacular food & wine that celebrates the best that Oregon has to offer.

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Jul
6
5:00 PM17:00

Tournant Oyster Social ft. Le Page Food & Drinks

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For our July Oyster Social we are so delighted to welcome Chef Risa Lichtman of Le Page Food & Drinks to the Tournant kitchen! 

Risa has been cooking in restaurants throughout Portland, San Francisco & New York for a decade, including Pizzeria Delfina, Blue Hill Stone Barns, Sweedeedee & Handsome Pizza.  Her biggest efforts center on gathering community around food through pop-ups, fundraisers, and community-building dinners. 

She started hosting pop-ups out of her home in 2011, treating diners to seasonal, multi-course dinners called Sunday Supperings.  She is passionate about using ingredient-driven food as a means of building community, a positive food culture, and sustainable food practices by dining together with intention.

Fresh back from an inspiring trip through Italy and Greece, Risa will be providing a menu of rustic, Mediterranean-inspired food with a PNW heart, featuring produce from small, local farmers.  Her food has been described as elevated comfort food, perfect for sharing with friends.  See below for a sneak peek of her menu!

In addition to Risa's dishes, we'll be popping a selection of the freshest NW oysters, ice cold beers, crisp wines and refreshing cocktails.

Join us!  No reservations necessary, just drop by for a la carte selections and restaurant-style seating. Hope to see you at the table, friends.

LE PAGE MENU
(subject to change based on availability)

A Perfect Beginning
An oyster shot paired with a shot of: beet-kvass, gin, pine-syrup, lemon

SNACKS
                               
Farm pickles

Cultured flower butter with radishes & flake salt

SMALLER

Rainbow little gems, cukes, creamy white anchovy-herb dressing, challah breadcrumbs

Seared fennel, little lettuces, purple scallions, blackberries, fried capers        

Cast iron summer squash tart, herbed ricotta, smoked cacciocavallo

LARGER

Poached tuna, Purple Viking potatoes, nasturtium aioli, green coriander salsa verde            

Campfire Farms roasted pork, herbed spaetzle, smoked currant tomataoes

SWEETER

Dark chocolate-sesame pot de crème, hyssop whipped cream, whiskeyed cherries

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Jun
16
6:00 PM18:00

Kramer Vineyards Seafood Soirée

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Join us at Kramer Vineyards, overlooking rolling green hills of vines, for a progressive winemaker dinner that highlights how brilliantly sparkling and white wines pair with seafood.

We'll showcase fresh Pacific oysters, an interactive Éclade de Moules with mussels roasted over pine and rosemary, and a huge pan of smoky clam and chorizo fideos, all paired beautifully with Kramer wines.

Click the button below to see the full menu and delicious details. Hope to see you there!

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Jun
1
5:00 PM17:00

Tournant Oyster Social ft. Eva Kosmas Flores

All photos by  Eva Kosmas Flores

All photos by Eva Kosmas Flores

For June's oyster social, we're so pleased to have a dear and wonderful friend in the house. Eva Kosmas Flores is a quadruple threat. She's a celebrated photographer who gardens, cooks and shares recipes and inspirations from her life in the Pacific Northwest through her blog, Adventures in Cooking. She also happens to be one of the kindest, most humble and supportive people we know.

We are lucky to collaborate with Eva in a variety of ways--from Secret Supper events to cooking for her photography and foodstyling workshops around the world--and now, as a special guest in our dining room, where we will celebrate her new cookbook, First We Eat.

Eva's cookbook is not only ravishingly beautiful (see below for proof!) but is also packed with mouthwatering recipes inspired by her garden, the seasons and the bounty of the Pacific Northwest. Together we will feature dishes from her new book and Eva will be on hand throughout the evening to chat with you and sign copies of First We Eat.

Eva is planning to prepare spring pea hummus on pita to celebrate her Greek heritage, as well as whiskey glazed jasmine rolls for a sweet ending. Yum! We'll be popping a selection of the freshest NW oysters, of course, as well as preparing a few other tasty recipes from Eva's glorious book.

The super suave Matt from Merit Badge will be behind the bar, shaking up refreshing cocktails, including a seasonal libation from First We Eat.

Join us!  No reservations necessary, just drop by for a la carte selections and restaurant-style seating. Hope to see you at the table, friends.

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May
25
6:00 PM18:00

Natty by Nature III - A wine bar pop up @ Tournant

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It was so nice, we're doing it thrice!

Natty by Nature is Dana Frank’s ode to two things she loves: natural wine and old school hip hop. It's a convivial night filled with fantastic wines by the glass paired with tasty bites and fresh beats from the 80s and 90s.

The casual, wine bar-style evening includes a welcome glass of wine and food rolling out in waves throughout the night. There will be oysters, of course, and cured meats galore, plenty of tasty tapas-style bites and an enormous pan of chicken and chorizo fideos, which is like paella but made with tiny pasta.

Known as one of Portland’s top-notch wine pros, Dana has been nationally recognized for her wine lists at Grüner, Ava Gene’s, and Dame. She’s dedicated her career to the farmers and winemakers who work organically and/or biodynamically, those fine folks who make their wine with nothing but grapes.

Reservations highly recommended. This is a fun and lively evening, with guests mingling, wine flowing, and food served progressively, therefore we do away with formal seating in favor of a more sociable gathering with room to stand or sit as you please.

Tickets include food and one glass of wine to get you started. Additional wine for purchase all evening at the bar.

Can't commit? We'll be selling tickets at the door for $50/person (if not sold out) or you can just stop by for a glass of wine and good vibes!

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