Chesa hosts chefs week PDX collaboration dinner in May

PORTLAND, Ore. (April 10, 2017) – On Sunday, May 7th Chesa will host a one night only Chefs Week PDX celebration, a collaboration dinner featuring some of the region’s top culinary talent, including Jose Chesa of Chesa, Gregory Gourdet of Departure, Naomi Pomeroy of Beast and Expatriate, Peter Cho of Han Oak, Greg Higgins of Higgins Bar & Restaurant, and Nora Antene of Tusk. This 7-course dinner will be hosted at Chesa, the NE Spanish restaurant opened in 2016 by executive chef Jose Chesa, alongside business partners, his wife, Cristina Baez and Emily Metivier. Join an all-star lineup of Portland talent for an unforgettable experience where the participating chefs will create an unique dish themed around heritage. Together, the chefs will create a 7-course dinner with proceeds benefiting the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU). Tickets will be $170, plus an optional $15 beverage pairing which will be donated to charity. Seats are limited.


Sunday, May 7th, 2017

6:00 p.m.



2218 NE Broadway Street, Portland OR 97232


Tickets are available for purchase through Eventbrite [ link ]. Tickets are $170 with an optional beverage pairing for $15 (with proceeds going to charity)


Chef José Chesa, a two time James Beard award semifinalist for Best Chef Northwest, opened his second Spanish restaurant Chesa, alongside business partners, his wife, Cristina Baéz and Emily Metivier, in February 2016. The second-generation chef and restaurateur offers his version of traditional Spanish dishes and paellas all prepared in a modern Josper charcoal oven. The restaurant, named for his father José Chesa Senior, celebrates family and its connection with food, from the menu of charcoal-infused dishes to its decor. A full service traditional stand up tapas bar graces the east wall of the restaurant, offering a signature cocktail menu developed by bar manager Dani Frosh as well as a variety of Spanish sherry, vermut cocktails, and a grand reserve wine list. Recognized by USA Today, GQ, Vice, was named to The Oregonian’s 101 Best Restaurants list in 2016 and featured in Portland Monthly’s 2016 best restaurants issue. The restaurant is adjacent to 180, Portland’s first xurreria, also owned by chef Chesa and business partners Cristina Baéz and David Martin. Chesa offers dinner service Tuesday to Saturday from 5 to 10 p.m. Address 2218 NE Broadway Street, Portland OR 97232.


PHONE: 503-477-9521


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