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A few of the most interesting food events this summer are happening at The Suttle Lodge, including live music shows and a series of intimate long table dinners on the dock. Chefs from four restaurants will be featured: Maya Lovelace of Mae; Sam Smith of Middle Eastern restaurant Tusk, named one of America's best new restaurants in 2017 by Bon Appetit; James Beard-nominated chef Cathy Whims and Rob Roy of Nostrana; and Ricardo Valdez of The London Plane in Seattle, known for bold flavors and delicious baked goods. Each one is paired with a Willamette Valley winery including Cameron, Montinore Estate, St. Reginal Parish and Suzor. Dinners range from $125 to $150. Advanced tickets are recommended.
The Suttle Lodge
13300 US Highway 20, Sisters