Coffee in Oregon's Tualatin Valley. Photo by Doug Frierott
Business Travelers Itinerary

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Business Travelers Guide to Enjoying Tualatin Valley

It’s not all work and no play in Tualatin Valley. When business meetings are over and you find some free time on your hands, this handy guide will help you plan your after-hours schedule. Grab a couple colleagues and set out to explore the fun side of business travel.

Grab a bite and a beer at Cornelius Pass Roadhouse and Imbrie Hall. Located on a six- acre farmstead, Cornelius Pass Roadhouse houses buildings and barns dating back to the 1850s. Today, these buildings are home to a brewery, distillery and a restaurant. Be sure to pop into the Little White Shed, the farmstead’s milk storage shed, for a pint and a cigar.

Next, test your driving skills at Topgolf Hillsboro. This is an ideal spot for post-meeting energy. You and your colleagues can grab a bite, a drink and compare swings in the temperature-controlled hitting bays.

If wine is your preferred after-work beverage, Hawks View Winery stays open until 7 p.m. Owned by the Ponte Family Estate, Hawks View focuses on crafting exceptional wines while providing an authentic guest experience.

If you want to get some work done, but don’t want to spend the evening in your room, visit Insomnia Coffee. Open until 10 p.m. on most nights, Insomnia provides large tables and ample seating and studying areas. Sip a latte or a cup of drip coffee, brewed from Dapper & Wise coffee, roasted right on-site!

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