As is readily apparent, here in the Tualatin Valley we are not afraid to toot our own horn every now and again (Toot! Toot!). It’s hard not to when there is so much beauty here and so many ways to enjoy said beauty. But don’t just take our word for it! We’ve been happily overwhelmed with stories of others praising the Tualatin Valley. Below, check out a few of our favorite summer pieces about the area.
A Visit to the SakéOne Brewery in Oregon from Umami Mart
The writers of the Japanese food and drink blog, Umami Mart, extended their Portland trip to make time for a Tualatin Valley getaway to SakéOne in Forest Grove. The post takes readers through the brewery tour experience, which will only fuel your desire to visit SakéOne yourself.
An Oregon Gem: The Tualatin Valley from Going On Faith
While this is a guide for faith-based travel planners, truly anyone can take advantage of the publication’s excellent guide to Tualatin Valley’s attractions of museums, culinary adventures and the beautiful and pioneer era Old Scotch Church.
Six Cultures’ Favorite Junk Foods from USA Today Travel
USA Today Travel instructs readers how to upgrade their snack game, including Dutch stroopwafels from the Dutch American Market and Import Store. Take a bite of that chocolatey waffle goodness.
Top 10 Local Restaurants in Tigard from The Culture Trip
The comprehensive travel website, The Culture Trip, takes a break from its globe-trotting coverage to settle into the best eats of Tigard. The post celebrates that some of the best ethnic food in the Greater Portland region is in fact, outside of Portland and into the Tualatin Valley.
Where to Wine, Dine, Recline in the Willamette Valley from the Statesman Journal
In the land of Pinot, a trip to the Willamette Valley isn’t complete without a stop at Ponzi Vineyards Winery for great wine, dazzling modern architecture and stunning vineyard views.
For more of what others are saying about the Tualatin Valley, check out this Pinterest board.