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Thursday, June 27, 2013

Pix/Bar Vivant Bastille Day Bash

Posted by Chris Onstad on Thu, Jun 27, 2013 at 10:14 AM

Much style.
  • Much style.

The kids at Pix/Bar Vivant can't stop having fun. They CANNOT DO IT. Just when you think they've bought every last bottle of obscure gentian-heavy liqueurs, or supercollided the stinkiest glob of cheese possible onto the side of one of their world-class pastries, they plan a rambling, multi-faceted hot mess of a Bastille Day party that sounds like falling into a blood red tub of action. Events include:

* 150lb. whole roasted pig from Carlton Farms
* Champagne & Oyster Bar
* Live music
* A wine drinking 5K
* Champagne sabering
* "Hoola hoopin’" (I can't decide if this qualifies as fun)
* Bicycle scavenger hunt
* Grape stomp
* Cupcake stomp

I would add to this that they have a petanque court, a bona fide tapas bar, the biggest champagne cellar in Oregon, and a serious cocktail program. Please see their website for event details and specific entry fees.

Add it to your calendar: Saturday, July 13th 2pm – 11PM

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