A Classic French Brasserie Christmas

In-PersonInner Southeast, Portland


Pop-up space
Available for purchase
Banquet (20+ Guests)
Harken back to the golden days of the great Parisian restaurants, and come celebrate a very special 'Christmas at the Brasserie' with us. We are hoping you will even dress the part, and enter our very first ever costume contest. Wine and dine on five classics. A lovely selection of wines will be available for purchase. If you choose to BYOW, a $15/bottle corkage fee applies. We apologize, but due to the nature of pop up dinners, dietary requests cannot be accommodated.

Menu detail

Charcuterie with Small Salads
Small Plate
Order your bottle of wine and meet with your new friends over a platter of local charcuterie, terrines and small vegetable salads.
Soupe à I'Oignon
Small Plate
Onion Soup is perhaps the most iconic and well-travelled of all French brasserie dishes. French Onion Soup is, as author Robert Courtine suggests, “a daughter of the streets… In her presence all castes dissolve. Rich and Poor are equal in appetite.” Her simplicity seduces all.
Coulibiac of steelhead and scallops with shaved Fennel
Small Plate
Originally a fish pie from Russia, but enjoyed fame in French brasseries in the late 1800's. Our coulibiac is made with local chanterelles, steelhead trout from the Quinault River (Olympic Peninsula) and diver caught scallops from Rhode Island.
Crispy Duck Confit
Slow cooked duck legs served on Savoy cabbage with duck fat potatoes and garlic. If I am allowed to choose my last dish in life, duck confit will surely be it.
Mountain Rose Apple Tarte Tatin
What could be more soothing and comforting than a warm apple tart? My maman had a natural talent for making delicious tarts and would make them all the time growing up. We are making ours with beautiful red fleshed Mountain Rose apples grown near Mount Hood.

A Classic French Brasserie Christmas

In-PersonInner Southeast, Portland
(Exact Address will be shared upon purchase.)