Dating ideas in beaverton oregon
They don’t take reservations, but if you have to wait, mitigate the pain by sampling the drinking vinegars or the Mango Alexander cocktail at sister bar (NW Alphabet District) – We won’t lie – this place is going to transport you to Paris and you won’t have to deal with any public transportation strikes. Start your date off with one of the best happy hours in town and then move on to dinner. Go here if your dining partner appreciates “high art” cuisine as much as you do.
Romance supporting Oregon’s farmers, breweries, and wine makers = winning.The not-so-good news is that they only accept reservations for parties of 6 .Get there early, enjoy a glass of sparkling cava or their oh-so-good sangria made with brandy and vanilla beans.Think tapas from the Middle East with French preparation and fragrant North African spices.Don’t miss artichokes with lamb bacon or the wildly addictive fried garbanzo beans with Za-atar.Chartcuterie and slow-cooked meats are usually the highlight of their set menu which includes both a cheese course AND dessert.
(Food: Modern French Price: $$$)(NE) – Perfect place for unconventional small plates/tapas.
Tuck into Ataula Montadito – silky salmon with truffle oil and marscapone on toast, pulpos, or fantastic croquetas.
Don’t leave until you’ve tried dessert featuring freshly made hot donuts or chocolate with sea salt and olive oil. (Food: Creative tapas Price: $$-$$$) (NE) – Bills themselves a Mediterranean Bistro. The Tajarin with truffle butter and truffle “pearls” is the stuff of dreams.
And Chef Gregory has vegan selections that will knock your socks off. Cornbread cake with apricots and bacon is a wonderful sweet and savory finish to a meal. (Food: Modern French Price: $$-$$$)(Pearl) – Terrific food and wine pairings – don’t miss the Bagna Càuda with a glass of Deltetto rose.
Pastas are fresh made and topped with ridiculously tasty ragus.
And that live jazz may just put you in a sentimental mood.