Eat global. Drink Local.
Relaxing Food and Wine Adventures in Portland’s backyard
Tualatin Valley is home to a wide range of world-class wineries–minus the bumper-to-bumper crowds. Add a dining scene that includes the region’s best variety of ethnic eateries, and we’re ready to tempt the most adventurous palates. We promise a warm welcome for everyone from wine connoisseurs to families. And don’t worry – if your taste runs more to brewpubs and casual cafes than the new and exotic, you’ll still be right at home here.
The Tualatin Valley is the most culturally diverse region in the state, and the global cuisine available here is a reflection of that. From highly acclaimed Korean and Japanese restaurants to popular Salvadoran, Italian, Indian and Thai fare, our restaurants are sure to please. Learn more >>>
Craft is our middle name, and when it comes to craft beverages, the Tualatin Valley ranks high. More than two dozen craft breweries, 30-plus wineries and a few distilleries call the the Tualatin Valley home. And we’re proud to have them here!
Situated in the heart of rich agricultural lands, it’s easy to find a farmers market almost every day of the week during peak summer months. Tasty juicy berries, crisp apples, succulent tomatoes and leafy greens are just some of the farm fresh goodies you can sample and buy. Open nearly year-round, the Beaverton Farmers Market bustles with root vegetables.
This is “Beervana,” the land of craft microbreweries. In addition to producing stellar wine grapes, the nutrient-rich soil of the Willamette Valley also produces fantastic hops.
Tualatin Valley’s restaurants garner rave reviews with innovative menus and a range of global cuisine. Impressive wine, beer, cocktail, and saké lists are the hallmarks of the region’s growing culinary offerings.
Hello, Riesling (and Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, Pinot Gris, Arneis, Tempranillo, and the list goes on…)! With dozens of varietals to choose from, taste old favorites and discover new ones.
A low-key morning of exploring your town like a local is often what guests want to do most.
With the drizzly days of winter ahead, Oregonians are masters of the cozy life. Though really, it’s more than cozy. It’s cozy extreme. If we were getting graded, we’d get a cozy-plus-plus. Essentially, Oregonians are cozy experts.
Your holiday shopping doesn’t just have to happen at a mall. Holiday markets and small businesses near them can be a festive part of your Christmas and Hanukkah plans.