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.
Built to resemble a stadium, Big Al’s Sports Bar & Grill boasts wrap-around booth seating, and jumbotron, and offers game favorites such as wings, specialty salads, pizza, specialty burgers and sandwiches. Daily happy hour specials are offered on many food and drinks from the full-service bar.
Additional features include exposed trusses, metal decking, concrete floors, a painted sky ceiling, four 50″ HD plasmas, eight 42″ plasmas, AND an 14ft x 55ft jumbotron that can be viewed as three massive wide-screens or divided into any combination of smaller viewing screens.
The Beaverton Symphony Orchestra, founded in 1984, is an enthusiastic and talented association of 70+ local musicians. The orchestra is committed to enriching the performing arts culture of Washington County and making classical music accessible to the broadest possible audience. The Beaverton Symphony Orchestra performs five weekends seasonally in the heart of Beaverton for audiences with all levels of interest in classical music.
White Oak Taphouse is one of the newest taphouses in Beaverton located in the Murrayhill Marketplace. This taphouse features a bar, tables, and booths all made from the same White Oak Tree from SE Portland. Come enjoy local beers and beers from around the world.
Cedar Hills Crossing offers more than 70 stores and restaurants. Visitors will find everything from electronics, sporting goods and clothing to gourmet grocers, myriad dining options and a multiplex theater. Cedar Hills Crossing also boasts a prized location of world-famous Powell’s Books.
Tualatin Hills Tennis Center features a total of fourteen courts: six permanent indoor courts, and eight lighted outdoor courts which are converted to indoor during the fall through spring season. During the summer months one of the outdoor courts is converted to an unlighted stadium court.
Pastini Pastaria is a casual Italian bistro serving more than 34 classic and contemporary pastas along with antipasti, fresh salads, grilled panini and handmade desserts. A well-priced Italian wine list, local microbrews and Pastini Italian cocktails are served in a warm, urban atmosphere complemented by Italian tile, cozy wood booths and art glass lights.
Pastini’s authentic pastas, fresh salads, rustic Italian sandwich platters and house-made Tiramisu can be the centerpiece of an event, office lunch or meeting. Catered meals include complimentary disposable plates and utensils, and delivery is available between 11 a.m. and 5 p.m., Monday through Friday, within Pastini’s delivery area with advance notice.
Open daily for takeout, indoor and outdoor dining.
Ex Novo opened its new location in Beaverton in February 2019. The brewery is known for its hop-forward, malt-forward and sour craft beers. The popular brews pair well with the Detroit-style pizza at this location. Open for takeout, indoor and outdoor dining.