Last week, Manifesto hosted its second Table for Ten at New Deal Distillery in southeast Portland. New Deal and Park Kitchen generously sponsored the event, coming together to create an elaborate four-course culinary experience paired with signature New Deal cocktails.
As a quarterly event, each Table for Ten invites ten incredible guests to converge on a unique dining environment for an evening of food, drink, conversation and connectivity. From innovators, creators and disruptors, to entrepreneurs, makers and philanthropists, Table for Ten is designed to facilitate a meaningful intersection of unique individuals and build lasting personal and professional relationships organically.
Guests at last week's event included brand marketing mavens, creative directors, talented photographers, and even a design researcher turned slam poet.
Decor was provided by Something Borrowed and Appetite, and Kiriko, a Portland-based company that creates accessories from vintage Japanese boro fabric, sent our guests home with a hand made pocket square.
Our first dinner was last September, you can read about it here. Additional photos from Table for Ten can be found on our Facebook page, and a video of the evening can be found here.