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Kenny & Zuke's 2nd Annual Picklefest

RUTH BROWN
Noon-6 pm Saturday, July 21., Saturday July 21 | Free. $7 to taste the pickle samples, barbecue costs extra.
Wallace Park
Northwest 25th Avenue and Northwest Raleigh Street
 
Last year, Kenny & Zuke’s held a pickle-making contest among local chefs, and the amount of people who showed up to taste the fruits of their labor was insane. So this year, the deli is turning it into a full-blown Picklestock. In addition to sampling the submissions from this year’s contestants (which includes The Woodsman Tavern, Ned Ludd, Oven and Shaker, Bluehour, Grüner, Wildwood, Little Big Burger and Biwa), attendees can taste pickles from local companies, eat barbecue (dishes include pastrami sliders, pulled pork, and barbecue brisket) and listen to live music. Pickle on, Portland. Pickle on. 

Where: Wallace Park
Address: Northwest 25th Avenue and Northwest Raleigh Street
Website: portlandonline.com/parks/finder/index.cfm?action=ViewPark&PropertyID=839

 
 

Wallace Park

Northwest 25th Avenue and Northwest Raleigh Street
97210
 
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