Oregon’s Tualatin Valley is home to a wide range of world-class craft beverages and cuisine. Explore the best places to eat and drink outside the bustle of Portland. We promise a warm welcome for everyone.
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.
decarli is committed to showcasing Oregon’s bounty of seasonal ingredients. Chef Paul Decarli’s culinary style draws on his Swiss-Italian-American roots, with menu items such as pizzettas, linguini and oysters. The restaurant’s interior reflects the Decarlis’ approach to food and wine: inviting and authentic. Open for happy hour (with specials), dinner and dessert.
Curry & Crust is an innovative pizza place. Here, guests will find a host of Indian-inspired pizzas, such as the Palak Paneer pizza, Tikka Masala pizza and Tandoori Chicken pizza. The menu boasts more than a dozen pizzas, as well as an extensive menu of Indian specialties.
Gangnam Korean BBQ is as fun as it is delicious. The tabletop barbecue grill is an inviting experience for delicious Korean cuisine. Diners will enjoy bulgogi, brisket, shrimp and more. Your Korean BBQ can be accompanied by other house specialties, such as seafood pancakes and spicy soups.
Located in Tualatin Valley’s Bethany Village, this small-batch ice cream shop specializes in global favorites, as well as classic flavors. Grab a scoop of flavors inspired by the owners’ world travels, such as Japan Cherry Blossom, India Spiced Chai, Thailand Thai Iced Tea, or Italy Nutella and Toasted Hazelnuts. Cup & Cone also has vegan flavors, too.
Visit La Provence Boulangerie and Patisserie at Orenco Station. The restaurant and bakery serves breakfast, lunch and dinner, or you can also grab fresh bread and delicious pastries to go. This location sits right next to the Orenco Max stop, and features outdoor seating, weather permitting.
Open daily for limited indoor and outdoor dining and takeout.
Abella’s specializes in Italian cuisine, with dishes such as spaghetti, cannelloni, ravioli, and lasagna, as well as seafood and chicken dishes. With a focus on local produce, meats and seafood, and a dedication to preparing the food with the freshest and finest ingredients available, the restaurant also includes an extensive list of wines from Italy, as well as Oregon wines.
Open for outdoor dining and limited indoor dining by reservation only. Takeout available.
Price Range: $16-25
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