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.
Broder Söder cafe is the sister restaurant to the esteemed Swedish Broder, serving breakfast and lunch. This location is appropriately housed in the Scandinavian Heritage Foundation’s Nordia House. Classic Swedish dishes include open-faced sandwiches and “fika,” the Swedish coffee break.
Brunch features a full menu, espresso, and a full bar. Seating is available on a first-come, first-served basis and wait times may vary depending on the day of the week. Groups of six or more may be subject to a longer wait due to the size of the dining room. Patio seating available, weather permitting, and pets are welcome on the patio.
Open Thursday-Sunday for indoor and outdoor dining.
The Café at Cornell Farm offers an espresso bar, featuring coffeehouse beverages, such as lattes, mochas, chai tea, and tea and coffee. The Farmhouse bakers features cookies, scones, cakes and other tasty treats, made from scratch daily in the Farmhouse Kitchen. Breakfast and lunch includes a menu of seasonal selections. The café also has a a beer and wine menu, with many local beers and wine available.
West Coast Drinkery is a family-friendly taphouse and pizzaria with an impressive lineup of over 36 taps ranging from beer to cider to kombucha to Stumptown cold brew coffee to wine. The drinkery even offers locally brewed root beer for the little ones. The plethora of libations are well-matched with the drinkery’s food offerings. Enjoy house-made pizza—West Haven-style pizza crust is a specialty—cooked in a Wood Stone Oven, as well as calzones, sandwiches and snacks.
Visiting when there’s a big game? Come watch the game on one of West Coast Drinkery’s four big screen televisions. In the summer, venture onto the covered patio for a picturesque happy hour.
Open Wednesday-Sunday for indoor and outdoor dining and takeout.
Ezell’s Famous Chicken opened its first location in Oregon in 2020. The family-owned business started in Seattle in 1984 and has grown into a Pacific Northwest icon. Founders Lewis Rudd and Faye Stephens wanted to serve chicken the way it was made in their hometown in Texas.
Blu Olive specializes in authentic Mediterranean and Middle Eastern food, infused with cultural traditions—vegan and gluten free options are also available. The restaurant has comfortable seating with both indoor and outdoor seating, and prompt friendly service.
It’s a taste of Hawaii right here in Oregon. After years of running a successful food cart, 808 Grinds added its brick-and-mortar restaurant to the Cedar Hills area. Hawaiian food staples offer a satisfying breakfast, lunch and dinner. Just a few of the tasty dishes are pulled pork, shoyu chicken and the hamburger with egg favorite, the loco moco.
With over 1,000 bottles of thoughtfully curated wines, The Wine Cellar is the perfect stop for the oenophile. The wine shop focuses on wines from the Pacific Northwest, but also includes intriguing wines from California, Australia and Europe. The friendly and welcoming wine shop hosts weekly themed tastings, which often include a winemaker as a guest of honor. Whether you are new to wine or really know your stuff, The Wine Cellar’s classes are informative and fun.