Join us for a multi-faceted dining experience centered around community, seasonality and the terroir of the region.
It’s easy to be enchanted by the overlapping layers of Cascade Foothills and the never-ending expanse of Pacific Northwest Sky at this exceptional location set in the heart of the Columbia River Gorge. Pair the dazzling views with a rare and extraordinary culinary experience, live music by Nathan Lee Miller and you may wonder if you’re living in a dream.
About Paige Common:
Detroit born and bred, Paige’s soul-spiced creations entice the palate; fold in a pinch of Portland inspiration, and she exposes the nourishment of the land and sea. Paige specializes in curating vibrant, flavor-forward menus with a focus on specialty diets.
Paige is a functional nutritionist, destination caterer, and personal chef. Over the past ten years, she has hosted intimate dining experiences from beachside to mountain-top, while supporting and empowering individuals and families on their unique health journeys.
When Paige isn’t in the kitchen, find her traveling and tasting her way through flavor-rich cultures, rock climbing, and running through the gorge with her pup, Zucchini.
Nathan Lee Miller:
Nathan Lee crawled out of the Upper Michigan cedar swamps…and found his voice on the shores of San Francisco Bay. First carousing and carrying on in Motel Fresno, then stepping out front with his own band Escanaba. After almost a decade of this life, he lit out for the Pacific Northwest. Taking on a harder edge, Survival Mode was his musical home until just before the pandemic. Signaling a sea change on many fronts, where next to turn? With a glance toward his San Francisco past, Nathan Lee is forging a new road ahead with just his guitar and voice. Parts Petty, Tweedy, and Jennings, Nathan brings a fresh face to songs of love and hope, tinged with the struggles of life’s challenges for good measure.
A note from The Griffin House
Our intention is to create an ephemeral and fleeting experience — a joyous celebration of food, wine, music and human connection. The dinner will take place on the Eastern Lawn with remarkable views of the Gorge as our backdrop, however we encourage you to roam the property and take in the views before dinner begins.
We are capping this experience at 12 guests, so we urge you to get your tickets ASAP if you wish to attend this magical event!
Is there a minimum age requirement to attend the event?
Yep, 14 year old and up. Each guest regardless of age will need a ticket.
May I arrive early?
Please do not arrive before 6:00PM — thank you!
What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event?
Parking is provided in lot to the EAST of The Griffin House. There will be signs marking the entrance. Walk WEST after parking and you won’t miss the foot path leading to our grounds.
What if I have dietary restrictions?
Paige Common is able to accomodate most dietary restriction requests, however you must send an email AT LEAST 10 days in advance. Email email@example.com with all requests.
How can I contact the organizer with any questions?
Feel free to reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org with any & all questions!
What is your cancellation policy?
Due to the nature of this event, no refunds or credits will be given if you are unable to attend. That being said, tickets can be transferred to someone else — please contact email@example.com at least 24 hours prior to the event if you wish to transfer your tickets.