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Pelican joins Iron Chef competition

Pelican Brewing Company showcases specialty beer cuisine while competing in charity fundraiser

Published on November 3, 2017 10:46AM

Last changed on November 6, 2017 11:55AM

Pelican chefs join the Iron Chef competition.

Courtesy Pelican Brewing Company

Pelican chefs join the Iron Chef competition.

Chefs from Pelican Brewing Company compete at the Iron Chef event in Seaside.

Courtesy Pelican Brewing Company

Chefs from Pelican Brewing Company compete at the Iron Chef event in Seaside.


Pelican Brewing Company chefs join other culinary artists to create savory gourmet treats at Iron Chef Goes Coastal event to benefit United Way of Clatsop County.

The chefs dish up the restaurant’s beer cuisine on Tuesday, Nov. 7, to benefit charity when the Iron Chef Goes Coastal to benefit United Way of Clatsop County. Pelican chefs Dan Micolino and Nathan Pope demonstrate their culinary talents to compete with other north coast chefs at the 10th annual Iron Chef for charity. More than 600 guests are expected to sample the savory fare and vote on their favorite dishes.

United Way of Clatsop County’s signature fundraiser is also the Columbia Pacific region’s culinary event of the year. This Iron Chef style competition pairs four of the region’s top chefs randomly into two teams which compete in a live one hour cook off requiring the use of a secret ingredient.

In addition to the live competition, event goers will have the opportunity to taste and vote for their favorites from among 16 area restaurants vying for their chance to be in next year’s live cook-off. There is also a silent auction for bids on culinary related items, restaurant experiences, coast lodging and hospitality, chef events and more.

Tickets are still available to the popular event which will be held at the Seaside Convention Center on Tuesday, Nov. 7, 6 p.m. for general admission. The show starts at 6:30 p.m. Tickets are required and can be purchased at www.clatsopunitedway.org or by calling 503-325-1961. All proceeds benefit the United Way of Clatsop County and the agencies they serve.



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