Give the Gift of Global Cuisine from Oregon’s Tualatin Valley
Bring the taste of Tualatin Valley home any day. Share the love of good, locally sourced food with your loved ones by purchasing gift cards and products from our favorite restaurants.
Mingo sells some of its fan favorite items online for those who crave their popular Italian fare. Snag a jar of salad dressing or Bolognese sauce, a bottle of extra virgin olive oil, pizza skins, croutons, ravioli or a box of truffles to gift a delicious Mingo meal at home. Order online to ship or pick up.
Tualatin Valley is known for its wine country, but beyond its organic and biodynamic wines, Cooper Mountain Vineyard has balsamic vinegar that was nearly two decades in the making. The Apicio is made from Chardonnay and Pinot Noir juice aged in fruit wood barrels made in Italy. Order online to ship or for subside pickup.
Gloria’s Secret Café is a hidden gem beloved for its Latin American and Salvadoran dishes. You can order some cooking sauce handmade by Gloria. Call 503-268-2124 to order for pickup.
Give the gift of McMenamins. One of the Pacific Northwest’s favorites has a vast online shop where you can buy not only drinkware, apparel and gift cards, but some of the tasty things you love from their pubs. Order the popular Dark Star Hot Sauce or Terminator Stout Mustard, gift Cajun Tots at home with a bag of seasoning mix or make Christmas brunch extra special with Edgefield Bloody Mary Mix. They also sell a gift set with house made mustard, jam and BBQ sauce. Order online.
You can also give the gift of food in the form of gift cards. This is a great way to support a small business right now and an easy gift idea. Here are a few of our favorite restaurants that sell gift cards:
- Afuri — One of Beaverton’s newest Japanese restaurant
- Ex Novo — A Portland favorite brewery serving Detroit-style pizza in downtown Beaverton.
- Bistro Royale — The unique flavors of Myanmar have arrived in Beaverton!
- Bites Restaurant — East-meets-West fusion made with fresh, local ingredients
- Helvetia Tavern — Home of the Jumbo Burger, hand cut fries and golden onion rings
- Din Tai Fung — Best known for its xiaolongbao (soup dumplings) and other Taiwanese specialties
- Copper River Restaurant — Delicious food that is scratch made using locally-sourced ingredients
Tualatin Valley’s restaurants garner rave reviews with innovative menus and a range of global cuisine.
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.
When the last leaf has fallen and the Thanksgiving feast is over, it’s time to visit one of Tualatin Valley’s many holiday tree farms.