On Sunday, April 24th, the 2016 Foodie Crawl took place throughout downtown Bend, Oregon. This was the fifth year for the annual event that is meant to combine “progressive dinners” with the easy feel of a “pub crawl.” Each stop along the crawl hosts a small plate sample and beverage pairing from some of the area’s top chefs and restaurants. The event was held to benefit Bend Community Center’s Feed the Hungry Program.
Cascade Sotheby’s International Realty hosted a stop on the crawl, offering olives, blue cheese and tortilla fork samplers from The Well Traveled Fork. Paired with this snack, was a spirit sampling courtesy of Cascade Street Distillers.
Two representatives from the Source Weekly, Angela Moore and Jared Rasic, hilariously documented their experience working their way through the foodie crawl in a newly published article. To follow their entire experience, click here. Here is a quote from their time at the Cascade Sotheby’s International Realty stop:
They told us to eat them in the order of olive/blue cheese/tortilla, and that advice was taken, used and appreciated. The drink from Cascade Street Distillers was strong like bull, giving Angela instant goosebumps and making Jared’s face feel funny.
We would like to thank all of the vendors and sponsors for the event, as well as everyone who came to support the Bend Community Center.