Tuesday, February 23, 2016

Come watch Chef with local chefs Wednesday for Suds and Cinema

Posted By on Tue, Feb 23, 2016 at 1:50 PM

To get you hungry and ramped up for Inlander Restaurant Week, which begins on Friday, we're turning our Suds and Cinema series into a hunger-inducing, beer-sipping (or chugging, if that's more your speed) celebration at the Overbluff Cellars Events Center in the Washington Cracker Building tomorrow (Wednesday) night.

We'll be showing Chef, an indie gem directed by and starring Jon Favreau about a celebrity chef who leaves life in a restaurant to start his own gourmet food truck. We'll also have a panel discussion featuring Chef Jeremy Hansen of Sante, Chef Travis Dickinson from Clover and Greg Brandt, the co-owner and co-brewer of Iron Goat Brewing, whose beer is also featured at the event in 22-ounce bottles.

Also, we have a food truck, Tacos el Sol, to tie into the movie and Horizon Credit Union will be on hand giving out $5 vouchers to the truck for some lucky attendees. And for dessert, Brain Freeze Creamery, a familiar face at past Suds and Cinema, will be scooping up the cold stuff.

We open doors and begin serving beer at 6:30 pm and the panel discussion begins at 7:30 pm, with the movie to follow immediately after. Overbluff Cellars Event Center is located at 304 W. Pacific Avenue, in the space that houses the annual Terrain event. Here is additional event info.

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Mike Bookey was the culture editor for The Inlander from 2012-2016. He previously held the same position at The Source Weekly in Bend, Ore.