Food and Drink in Oregon’s Tualatin Valley
Eat Global. Drink Local.
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.
Fresh ingredients paired with world-class wines are the perfect recipe for an exquisite dining experience. Tualatin Valley’s restaurants garner rave reviews with innovative menus and a range of global cuisine. Impressive wine, beer, cocktail, and saké lists—many with locally produced beverages—are the hallmarks of the region’s growing culinary offerings.
Our destination has made a name for itself in food circles for its wealth of authentic and global foods inspired by the agricultural bounty of the Willamette Valley.
With hundreds of restaurants at your fingertips, you’re never far from a savory and satisfying meal. From sweet treats to exotic cuisine, we’ve got the goods to make your mouth water. Too much of a good thing is just about right.
Most restaurants currently are open for indoor and outdoor dining on a limited basis. Face coverings are now required in all indoor public spaces, including wineries, breweries and restaurants, regardless of vaccination status. Masks are strongly encouraged in crowded outdoor situations.
Classic Indian dishes are easy to find here, particularly in Beaverton and Hillsboro. From chutney to mango lassis, the quality and value of an Indian meal is exceptional. Chennai Masala garners high praise, as does the buffet; with two locations—one in Beaverton and one in Hillsboro—Swagat Indian Cuisine is an Indian food mainstay with locals and visitors alike.
For authentic Korean cuisine, look no further than the city of Beaverton. With nearly a dozen Korean restaurants within a 1.5-square mile radius, it’s home to acclaimed eateries featuring favorites and delicacies, such as kimchi, pork belly, seafood pancakes, Kalbi beer, and so much more. Must-try Korean BBQ includes Nak Won, known for its generous side dishes and pork specialties.
Our global cuisine isn’t limited to Asian specialties. Downtown Beaverton’s Gloria’s Secret Café serves handmade Latin and Salvadoran-inspired dishes, while Borikén Restaurant features traditional Puerto Rican and Caribbean fare.
When it comes to burgers, Tualatin Valley not only has the goods, it also has a great variety. Try a mouthwatering burger at the greasy-spoon Helvetia Tavern, or enjoy an elk burger at ABV Public House.
Coffee and tea lovers sojourn to Tualatin Valley for its diverse variety of fresh-roasted coffees, teas from around the world and refreshing boba drinks.
Celebrate Tualatin Valley’s strong and rich Hispanic and Latino community.
We are thrilled to bring you the first-ever Tualatin Valley Cocktail Week, July 24-30.
June 19 is Juneteenth National Independence Day. Show your support and visit these Black-owned businesses throughout Tualatin Valley.