The Feast brings together some of the very best aspects of WSU. Jamie Callison, Executive Chef for the Carson College of Business School of Hospitality Business Management, works with his students to bring guests expertly crafted, WSU focused fare, such as fresh vegetables from the Organic Farm and Wagyu beef from the Premium Beef Program.
These fine dining experiences don't end with the food. The WSUAA partners with a different Wine-By-Cougars winery for each Feast, and Chef Callison spends hours creating harmonic relationships featuring a different wine for each of the four courses throughout the evening.
The Feast also incorporates the WSU Museum of Art, which hosts the reception and includes a brief discussion with Interim Director Anna Maria Shannon. Guests are then treated to wonderful entertainment provided by the WSU Marching Band, led by Athletic Bands Director, Dr. Bennefield.
The Feast 2017 line-up:
The Feast takes place Friday evenings before all of WSU's football match-ups in Pullman.
The Feast begins with a 6:00 p.m. reception in the Museum of Art/WSU, followed by dinner at 7:00 p.m.
in the Marriott Foundation Hospitality Teaching Center, Todd Hall Addition.
Refunds will be provided for cancellations received 40 days before the date of the particular Feast dinner. No refunds will be given for cancellations made within 15-39 days before the date of The Feast unless the seats can be filled 14 days before The Feast. Refunds are not provided for any cancellation received within 14 days of The Feast. Please notify firstname.lastname@example.org for transferring seats to another party. No-shows to a Feast dinner will not receive a refund.
The Feast is a production of the WSU Alumni Association, the WSUAA's Wine-By-Cougars Wine Club, the Carson College of Business, the WSU Museum of Art, and the School of Music.