We love running Ned Ludd, a small wood-fired restaurant in Portland, Oregon. We’re able to cook good food for good people six days a week. But when a thousand square feet of space became vacant behind our restaurant we just couldn’t resist. For so long we had dreamed of a gathering space and a community kitchen. A place where we could open our doors and grow with our community through craft, shared ideas, events, education and creative collaboration. Elder Hall is a place to gather, throw a party or host a special event. A place where you can spend time with your family, friends and favorite people, break bread and drink good wine. We hope you’ll join us for a class or a special supper or a workshop and learn something new with us!
Elder Hall is made up of a small team of commited individuals who are passionate, above all, about craft. We're a group of chefs and bartenders, artists and artisans, makers and creators who came together with a shared vision of creating a collaborative, creative community in Oregon. We wanted a space where we could gather around the table and share stories, learn a thing or two, eat good food and drink great wine with our community. So come share our space with us and let us craft a memorable event with you.
Spring Cleaning is second only to New Year resolutions as a source of excitement and anxiety for people everywhere. So we're planning on kicking Spring off right by hosting our friend, Andrew Mellen, to Elder Hall. Join us March 25th as we welcome “The Most Organized Man in America” to lead a special one day interactive workshop on effective solutions for streamlining your life. Period. Andrew is a best-selling author, speaker, and professional organizer who truly earned the title “The Most Organized Man in America.”Register Now
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