Tualatin Valley beckons travelers with a wealth of enriching experiences. From exploring scenic nature reserves and savoring exquisite wines at local vineyards to indulging in farm-to-table dining and cultural discoveries, Tualatin Valley offers a diverse array of activities for every visitor to enjoy.
The Vintage Room, located at The Reserve Vineyards & Golf Club, is a premium dining experience with a view of one of the area’s best golf courses. The restaurant features Northwest cuisine and exceptional local fine wines. The deck overlooks the 18th green of both courses.
The 649 is a community-centered pub serving craft beers, ciders, cocktails, wine and food in a friendly, upscale atmosphere. Guests can choose from 24 rotating taps of beer, cider and kombucha, as well as an impressive assortment of bottles. The 649’s food menu is equally impressive, with charcuterie boards, sandwiches, fondue and more.
Heated, covered patio and indoor seating open daily. Reservations are recommended.
Tucked away among lush green rolling farmland on the fringe of the region’s acclaimed wine country, The Reserve is a golfer’s serene refuge from the dull roar of the city—and yet it’s just a 20-minute drive west of downtown Portland. The Reserve has been the proud host to some of golf’s most prestigious events, including the Fred Meyer Challenge (1998-2002) and the PGA Champions Tour Major, the JELD-WEN Tradition (2003-2006). Since 2002, Golf Digest has honored The Reserve with a 4 1/2-star rating in its bi-annual “Best Places to Play” issue.
The Reserve’s combination of championship golf and resort-style amenities makes it a great host for group events and meetings. From company parties and corporate retreats, to family reunions and awards banquets, The Reserve offers both indoor and outdoor locations. The most popular site is the Vintner’s Pavilion—available May though mid-October—which can accommodate up to 300 people. On-site event coordinators make plans and preparations pleasurable and uncomplicated.
Visit the website or call for hours and tee times.
Peruse an amazing game and puzzle store at Rainy Day Games. The Aloha gem includes learning games for children, imaginative strategy games for serious players and an impressive selection of disc golf products.
The Aloha Community Farmers Market is a community gathering space where locals and visitors alike can enjoy fresh local produce, thoughtfully prepared treats and specialty products. It’s all local and it’s all fresh.
The market is located in the parking lot near the crossroads of SW Kinnaman and SW Farmington Road.
The market is open on Thursdays, from May through mid-September, from 3-7 p.m.
At this time, the market’s safety guidelines require masks to be worn, a limit of one shopper per family, and no pets are allowed at the market.
Nonna Emilia Ristoranté Italiano serves traditional Italian entrees, crafted from four generations of award-winning authentic Italian recipes. Nonna’s features an old-world traditional atmosphere including a strolling accordionist Friday and Saturday nights. Food can be ordered in full or half pan sizes to accommodate groups of up to 40. Nonna’s also has a small banquet room, and offers catering.