Periodically, we find reasons to celebrate, to explore different cuisines, or to support important causes and organizations. The result is an evolving calendar of special events in the restaurant — from our signature French Regional Dinners, to partner events with wineries, to one-of-a-kind prix-fixe dinners that support local food coalitions and farmers. Our sister business, Provisions Market Hall, also has a fantastic lineup of classes, tastings and workshops. Click here to learn more.

French Regional Dinner- Savoie & the Alps

Be transported by the flavors of the border, where Italy and France meet in the mountains for rustic food and crisp wine. Wine available by the bottle, glass or flight. Call now for reservations, 541.342.3612.

February 28th, service starting at 5pm

first course

Terrine Savoyarde aux Baies de Genièvre
pork pâté with juniper berries & swiss chard

second COURSE

Galette aux Champignons
rustic mushroom tart with reblochon cheese

main course

Caille Rôtie au Gratin de Poireaux avec sa Salade de Cresson
wood oven-roasted quail, potato-leek gratin & watercress salad


Truite a l’Oseille avec Fricassée de Pommes de Terres et Petits Oignons
pan fried trout, sorrel sauce, fricassee of fingerling potatoes & pearl onions


Pain de Pistaches
pistachio-almond cake with kirsch cream & preserved cherries

50 per person

flight of tasting portions of each of tonight’s beverages 25 per person

Call now for reservations 541.342.3612

The menu may change slightly due to ingredient availability or chef’s inspiration

Antiquum Farm Winemaker’s Dinner

april 19th, 6pm

Marché is excited to welcome our dear neighbor and friend, Stephen Hagen, for a very special event. Proprietor and winemaker of Antiquum Farm in Junction City, Stephen’s approach to the vineyard is fascinating and unique– it’s a throwback to the days before modern winemaking, a time with no synthetic fertilizers or tractors. The entire vineyard is grazing-based: a team of draft horses is used to plow, flocks of trained sheep keep back the weeds, geese and chickens are both pest control and providers of natural fertilizers, and the benefits to the vineyard and its wholly natural program are evident in the rich, lush, otherworldly fruit growing there. Marché chef Rocky Maselli has designed a very special menu to pair with these wines at what promises to be a remarkable, intimate evening of wine, food and discussion with one of the wine world’s true visionaries.Join us, won’t you?


Takoyaki savoy cabbage, octopus, kimchi & bonito

Trio smoked black cod & roe, rabbit, ham & truffle croquette, beet tartare with cured egg yolk Daisy Pinot Gris 2016

Canederli in Brodo bread & speck dumplings with beef consommé & burdock root
Aurosa Rosé of Pinot Gris 2016

Ink-braised squid dried squid tempura & creamy polenta
Juel Pinot Noir 2015

Lamb Bits & Pieces braised cheeks, grilled tongue, fried sweetbread, celery root & salmoriglio Passiflora Pinot Noir 2015

Warm Rice Pudding quince & apple compote, cinnamon twist
Daphne Late Harvest Pinot Gris

$125 per person

541.342.3612 for reservations, space is very limited

Alesong Beer Maker’s Dinner

February 6th, 7:30pm

To kick off the week of KLCC Brewfest, we’re teaming up with our friends at Alesong for a very special collaboration. If you’re not familiar with this amazing farmhouse brewery, you’re in for a treat- the menu will be available a la carte in the restaurant as well if you want to come in for a taste. Call for reservations, 541.342.3612

kimchi & pork belly croquette

pear salad, hazelnut, smoked oregon blue cheese, winter greens & meyer lemon vinaigrette
Terroir Pinot Gris

house cured lox & rye toast, pickled red onions, creme fraiche, trout roe, caraway
French 75

beer battered oregon rockfish & beef tallow chips

grilled pickled lamb’s tongue, wild mushrooms & heirloom polenta
Pinot Spontanée

PMH hazelnut ice cream & vanilla rhino suit float