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.
Saint Irene’s is a modern event and meeting space in the city of Tualatin. Whether it be a corporate meeting, wedding, or other private event, Saint Irene’s is versatile and can accommodate any kind of event. Industry restaurant, located next door, caters with a flexible menu.
La Industria (formerly Industry Restaurant) is a family owned Tex-Mex restaurant in Tualatin, Oregon. The chefs focus on creative versions of Tex-Mex favorites made with house smoked meats and homemade tortillas. Their drink menu features Tex-Mex favorites mezcal and tequila alongside craft beer, Spanish and American wines, and non-alcoholic drinks.
Brix Tavern, located on the Lake of the Commons in downtown Tualatin, serves its inspired Northwestern cuisine, from burgers and sandwiches to artisan pizzas and hearty entrees. Brix is open for breakfast/brunch, lunch and dinner.
Bushwhackers Saloon is a country bar and grill located in Tualatin. Boasting a large dance floor, diners can partake in free dance lessons offered at the saloon in the evening (lessons are Tues-Sat and start at 7:30 p.m.). Bushwhackers also has live bands on Friday nights starting at 9 p.m. The saloon features a variety of events happening almost every day of the week, and is one of the best places in the area to learn how to line dance.
Bella Pizza is all about people over profit, and bringing communities together over delicious eats. Bella’s owners see pizza as more than a time-honored dish — it’s a way to help your communities by buying and sourcing local, to help our bodies by eating house-made ingredients, and to help our neighbors by providing needed jobs and industry.
Our dollars go back to you.
Bella doesn’t just provide indirect support to their communities with tasty slices and hard-earned dollars. When you spend at Bella, you’re supporting a business that gives to organizations in your community, like:
Alberta Main Street, Raphael House, Basic Rights Oregon and Rock ‘n Roll Camp for Girls.
Standing for “Country Inn,” this Tualatin Valley restaurant has been serving generations of locals. In addition to a good drink from the bartender, the neighborhood bar has great food (think big salads, hearty French dip sandwiches, and cut-in-house prime rib steaks). The live entertainment in the evenings is great, too, with live music, Trivia and Sunday Bingo.
Open daily for indoor dining. Live music is temporarily on hold.