This massive, jovial suburban farmers market sprawls for what feels like miles, boasting booth after booth of fresh local produce, artisan cheeses, meats and breads, pastries and other sweets, wines and prepared foods. Bring a blanket--the lush lawns surrounding the market are perfect for an onsite picnic.
Egg, udon, spiral or penne- doesn't matter they are all noodly delicious. Comfortable & casual and a great stop for lunch or dinner. Tip: the small portion is plenty for the modest eater.
3655 sw Hall blvd, Beaverton
The restaurant is terrible in service, ignoring you even if you wave your hand in front of the server.
Food is also expensive with just so so quality.
11650 Sw Canyon Road, Beaverton
I assume there must have been a change in policy for when a customer tells the waiters that your there to celebrate someone’s birthday. My son and I drove 20 miles to go to his…
4545 Sw Watson Avenue, Beaverton
Last Friday, I ate dinner with 3 guests at Decarli.
If I could go back in time and delete that experience from my mind, I would.
The service was SLOW.
The food was…
12300 Sw Broadway, Beaverton
How the ef? did Ringo's get nominated for best of Citysearch. I have NFC! Uhhg dirty, poor beer selection, ok service. Nice people work there though, no offence, I blame the owners…
3775 SW Hall Blvd, Beaverton
Used to be a stand up joint. Service was excellent. Food was dismal. Sent the wings were sent back and they were gracious about taking them off the tab. I should have done the same…
3487 SW Cedar Hills Blvd, Beaverton
In ShortGiant pasta-shaped door handles lead to a light, bright world of international soups, salads, fresh-baked bread and oodles of noodles. Orders are placed at the counter,…
3800 SW CEDAR Hills Blvd, Beaverton
Families flock to this casual chain restaurant for American cuisine featuring seafood, ribs and juicy steaks.
4037 SW 117th Ave, Beaverton
In ShortKid-friendly eat-in restaurants and small takeout shops alike sport interiors done in the signature red and white with a touch of yellow. Orders are placed at the…
Beaverton Farmers Market. This massive, jovial suburban farmers market sprawls for what feels like miles, boasting booth after booth of fresh local produce, artisan cheeses, meats and breads, pastries and other sweets, wines and prepared foods. Bring a blanket--the lush lawns surrounding the market are perfect for an onsite picnic. … read more
Du Kuh Bee. Tiny Korean noodle joint with handmade noodles and barbecued meats. Try the awesome kimchi fried rice whenever you're feeling down, it'll perk you right up. … read more