Events

JUN

16

1:00 pm

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7:00 pm

Spend Father’s Day With Us!

Seafood Boil with Chef Mike Aldridge

Spend the day with Pops chillin’ on our outdoor patio/parking lot with some cool refreshing wine quenching the spicy-hot seafood boil made with local and seasonal seafood.

On Father’s Day Chef Mike will become Boilmaster and prepare a Seafood Boil with shrimp, mussels, crab, clams and sausage with corn taters and a side of bread. $25/serving.

The idea behind Ope! was to find a non-traditional way of making a living through cooking. Ope! allows me to cater, create pop-up events, consult for new or struggling restaurants, and collaborate with other chefs and restaurants to create unique dining experiences that speak to whatever area we are cooking in.

– Mike Aldridge, Chef/Owner

No RSVP necessary. Food service starts at 1 pm and goes until we run out. Kids and dogs welcome in our outdoor seating area. Stick around to 4:30 pm and listen to some great local live jazz music lead by Jon Lakey.

JUN

17

Join us this Monday evening as Kyle Christie, formerly of Dame Restaurant, creates a delectable menu of Oregon Coast staples.  Drawing inspiration from childhood trips to the coast, Kyle puts his delicious spin on seafood classics.  No reservation required, dinner menu will be served from 6-9 PM.  One of the most flavorful and unique events happening in the Portland-foodie-scene; you do not want to miss out on this!  Menu items include:

Smoked Mussels in Oil — pimenton, mustard seed, old bay potato chips

Salt Roasted Beets — hard goat cheese, fine herbs, verjus

Mixed Greens Caesar — smoked sprats, radish, croutons, el gran pep cheese

Clam Chowda —  fresh manila clams, cream, old bay, oyster crackers

Not Lobster Roll — Dungeness Crab, Bay Shrimp, celery, tarragon mayo

Fish & Chips — Rainier-battered Rockfish, market vegetable slaw, tartar sauce

Bag of Chocolates — rose jelly sticks, maple seafoam, filbert rocky road

JUN

19

Teutonic Wine Company and the Alan Jones Academy of Music present

MAINLINE JAZZ EVERY WEDNESDAY

featuring David Friesen Trio, June 19th

Anyone acquainted with David Friesen’s exceptional music quickly thinks of his creative universe. Ocean-deep in his sensitivity to the human spirit, Friesen is compassionate and his music founded on integrity and the pursuit of excellence.

David Friesen has recorded over 78 CD’s as a leader/ co-leader and appeared as a sideman or featured artist on more than 100 recordings. He has performed and/ or recorded with many of the great names and legends of jazz including: Stan Getz, Dexter Gordon, Joe Henderson, Sam Rivers, Michael Brecker, Bud Shank, Dizzy Gillespie, Woody Shaw, Freddy Hubbard, Art Farmer, Clark Terry, Joe Venuti, Mal Waldron, Jaki Byard, Kenny Drew Sr., Chick Corea, Milt Jackson, Slim Gaillard, John Scofield, Philly Joe Jones, Elvin Jones, Paul Motian, Jack Dejohnette, Airto Moreira, and many others.

Friesen’s music, which is imbued with certain ingredients of jazz, is also characterized by folk-flavored things and classical and Jewish veins with substantial spontaneity, lyrical strength, warmth and creative discoveries in the musical wilderness.

With gigs all over the globe, we are so thrilled to welcome David back to the stage at Teutonic for a hometown show.  Show starts at 7:30, $5 cover charge, 21+.

JUN

21

7:30 pm

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10:00 pm

Teutonic Wine Company and the Alan Jones Academy of Music present

THE FACE OF JAZZ TO COME

featuring Painted Mantis on Friday, June 21st

Emerging from Portland’s exciting community of young, jazz musicians, Painted Mantis creates social music for an atmosphere of communal exploration. Painted Mantis reaches for the extreme musical possibilities – combining explosive melodies and dance-inducing grooves with serene atmospheric soundscapes. Just as comfortable strapped to a rocket to Mars as they are while meditating peacefully in a canoe, Painted Mantis is here to take you on an adventure through time and space. The destination may sometimes be a little unclear, but the journey is guaranteed to be a unique and fantastic experience.

Music starts at 7:30 pm. We offer a small plate menu. $5 cover at the door. 21+ only.

JUN

23

1:00 pm

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7:00 pm

Seafood Sunday with Chef Mike Aldridge of Ope!

Join us for another casual Seafood Sunday event where Chef Mike with be making some good ol’ Southern-style Fried Oyster Po’ Boys, which come with various sides (Old Bay fries, slaw or green salad).

As always, the vibe is laid back and fun. Kids and dogs are welcome in the outside seating area. No RSVP necessary, food service starts at 1 pm and goes until it runs out.

JUN

26

Teutonic Wine Company and the Alan Jones Academy of Music present

MAINLINE JAZZ EVERY WEDNESDAY

featuring Other Barry, June 26th

Featuring two wunderkind students George Colligan mentors at Portland State University (Enzo Irace on guitar and Micah Hummel on drums), Escape Route is an adventure in electric energy and a display of effortless mastery. Other Barry is a collective effort but emerges from ideas stemming from Colligan’s organ trio Mad Science. In this setting, Colligan (winner of Downbeat Poll for Keyboards in 2015) plays synth bass and keyboards to create a modern yet retro sound. When asked about the concept behind the album, Colligan remarked, “Other Barry is a cooperative group where I collaborate with Enzo and Micah. The music is contemporary in sound and approach, with foundations in jazz, funk, and rock. It’s fusion for the 21st century.”

Colligan does not shy away from the word “fusion” because he is an established jazz master that has accompanied or led groups featuring the likes of Jack DeJohnetteBuster WilliamsLenny WhiteGary BartzMingus Big BandDon ByronGary ThomasRavi Coltrane, and many more. He is known for his sensitive accompaniment, flawless technique, and unwavering pulse. Still, he is no stranger to stretching boundaries. There have been projects like his singer/songwriter project, Write Them Down. He has lead an album from behind the drum kit with his chordless quartet Theoretical Planets. And in 2016 he was commissioned by the Portland Jazz Composers Ensemble to write a new work, Fathers and Sons Suite, for its flagship 12-piece chamber jazz ensemble that premiered at the Montavilla Jazz Festival.

As Colligan points out, this trio is not all about him. Irace and Hummel have plenty of chances to shine on their own. Irace dances gracefully through intricate and challenging melodies with a mature sound. He adds color when the composition requires it, he makes his influences abundantly clear, and his solo on “Way Too Easy” displays how bright his future as an improviser truly is. Hummel simply shreds throughout. He does this without playing too much. He uses his finely-honed technique to add to the rhythmic tapestry when there are holes to be filled. The recording is energetic from beginning to end with frequent trips to ethereal, otherworldly spaces.

Music starts at 7:30 pm. 21+ No RSVP necessary. This is a 21 and over event. $5 cover charge.

JUN

28

Teutonic Wine Company and the Alan Jones Academy of Music present

THE FACE OF JAZZ TO COME

featuring Greaterkind on Friday, June 28th

Greaterkind serves up a night of neo-soul and jazz. This local supergroup, known for their collaborations with Coco Columbia, Farnell Newton, Amine, and more will take the stage at 7:30 pm. Greaterkind is on a mission to spread a message of love and community through the medium of sound. Music to uplift the soul and move the booty. Ya dig?

We offer a small plate menu. $5 cover at the door. 21+ only.

JUN

30

1:00 pm

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7:00 pm

Seafood Sunday with Chef Mike Aldridge

Chef Mike will be preparing one of his favorite dishes – Halibut Collar and Albacore Tuna Salad with various side dishes to choose from.

The idea behind Ope! was to find a non-traditional way of making a living through cooking. Ope! allows me to cater, create pop-up events, consult for new or struggling restaurants, and collaborate with other chefs and restaurants to create unique dining experiences that speak to whatever area we are cooking in.

– Mike Aldridge, Chef/Owner

No RSVP necessary. Food service starts at 1 pm and goes until we run out. Kids and dogs welcome in our outdoor seating area. Stick around to 4:30 pm and listen to some great local live jazz music lead by Jon Lakey.

JUL

04

12:00 pm

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9:00 pm

Happy July 4th!

We will be closed all day on July 4th  and we will reopen with our regular hours on July 5th.

JUL

13

3:30 pm

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7:00 pm

Riesling Rocks 2019

This is not just an event with Riesling. It’s a celebration of Riesling shared by winemakers, sommeliers and all consumers of wine who believe Riesling is the most noble of grapes and has earned it’s number one place in the world of wine.

What makes Riesling Rocks special, is that you will have a chance to not only taste an array of delicious Oregon Rieslings, but also Riesling produced in other states and countries! Come taste through dozens of amazing Rieslings, each telling their own unique story.

Oregon producers include Anne Amie Vineyard, Beckham Estate, David Hill Vineyard, J. Christopher, Libertine, Loop de Loop, Love & Squalor, Paetra Wines, Teutonic Wine Company, Ties That Bind, Timothy Malone Wines.

And, out-of-State and Country guest wineries include *GD Vajra (Piedmont), *Hosmer (Cayuga Lake, NY), Jack Rabbit Hill Farm (Colorado), Lobo Hills, (Yakima, WA) *Dr. Loosen (Mosel, Germany), *Malat (Austria), *Red Newt (Seneca Lake, NY), Scribe Winery (Sonoma, CA)

Admission tickets includes tastes from all participating wineries and you will get you keep your Riesling Rocks 2019 wine glass. Food by Gusto PDX will be available (food not included with your ticket).

You must be 21 years or older to attend this event.

*Winery will be represented by a local distributor.

We do have a ticket limit, we recommend buying your ticket in advance.

Click here to purchase your ticket! 

JUL

27

Save The Date

For Oyster Fest!

More details to come.

JUL

28

1:00 pm

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7:00 pm

Caribbean Fish Tacos – by Chef Jardin Kazaar

Like many Oregonians, Jardin moved to Oregon from elsewhere. Born and raised in The Bronx, New York he and his family moved to Southern California when Jardin was a teenager. Jardin moved to the Southern Oregon Coast in November 1989 and set up residence in Coquille, Oregon.

He moved to Oregon with a degree in nursing and specialized in critical care. But because of Jardin’s desire to be well rounded in both technical and artistic fields, he looked for other things he could do that would address his artistic talents. Jardin completed a French culinary apprenticeship in California before attending nursing school.

Jardin and his partner Kristin Hoefer own and run Black Market Gourmet, specializing in catering, food nutrition classes in partnerships with local doctors and nutritionists. So you know this dish is going to be delicious and nutritious!