Food & Drink in Oregon’s Tualatin Valley
Eat Global. Drink Local.
Relaxing Food and Wine Adventures in Portland’s backyard
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.
UPDATE: Washington County has been approved for Phase 1 of Oregon’s reopening plan. This means our restaurants, breweries and wineries are welcome to reopen for dining in and tastings as of June 1. Businesses will have to adhere to new COVID-19 guidelines for sanitation and physical distancing.
Check individual restaurant websites/social media for more information
Please note: Face coverings are now required in all public buildings and outdoor spaces where you can not maintain physical distancing from people outside your household
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.
Those who are crazy about coffee will go just about anywhere to get the really good stuff, which is why so many caffeine fiends sojourn to Tualatin Valley for a fine cup o’ joe.
Oregon’s distilleries—Tualatin Valley distilleries in particular—are earning well-deserved accolades and are introducing handcrafted spirits to a new generation.
rom English-style tea service to the fresh tastes of boba (or bubble) tea, you’re sure to be able to find a great cup of tea here.
Tualatin Valley may be well-known for the ample variety of delectable wines and world-famous craft beers, but hard cider recently found its way into the beverage scene and deserves its recognition as a refreshing competitor for your palate.
If you’re traveling for work, you may be seeking healthier options or something that suits certain dietary restrictions. Whether you’re seeking a plant-based meal, gluten-free options or just a healthy alternative to fast food for when you’re on-the-go, we have something for you.
The pandemic hit small businesses hard with months of closures before gradual reopening was allowed in Oregon. Despite that, there are plenty of new restaurants and things to do in Oregon’s Tualatin Valley.
Signature Pinot Gris (pronounced “pee-know gree”) grapes thrive in the Tualatin Valley and produce delectable, award-winning wines. The next time you are in the mood for seafood, pair your meal with a bottle of Tualatin Valley’s Pinot Gris.
Oregon’s Tualatin Valley has a strong and rich Hispanic and Latinx community. The area is home to the largest population of Latinx people in Oregon. Several organizations hold the community together as cultural centers for Latinx families.