Wine & Dine Part 1
Oregon is well known for its fine wines with its most popular being the Pinot Noir. But when it comes to Oregon and Southwest Washington, what are the best restaurants to enjoy a glass or bottle? Here’s Part 1 of our favorite restaurants to enjoy a refined and elegant glass of wine.
Benetti’s Italian Restaurant/Coos Bay
Voted best Italian restaurant in the Coos Bay area. Join them for fine Italian cuisine, overlooking the Coos Bay boardwalk. Be part of Benetti’s wine club and enjoy exclusive benefits including invitations to wine pairing dinners, wine tasting events, and discounts on wine by the bottle when dining with us.
Broken Top Club/Bend
Visit Broken Top Club and enjoy a sumptuous meal and an extensive wine list from Central Oregon’s award winning culinary team.
The Depot Restaurant/Seaview
World Cuisine with Northwest Flavors and an extensive wine list. The Depot features a display kitchen and chef owner inside a 100 year old train station.
Evoo Cannon Beach Cooking School/Cannon Beach
Evoo is known for small plates enjoyed with wine. This is an interactive dining experience in an intimate atmosphere. You watch each dish being prepared, and taste the food in courses with accompanying wines.
Five Spice Seafood + Wine Bar/Lake Oswego
Lake Oswego’s favorite lakeside restaurant offers an intriguing combination of seafood, meat dishes and one of the best wine selections in town.
Located in the heart of the Pearl District, Oba Restaurante is known for its festive atmosphere and vibrant, award-winning Nuevo Latino cuisine. Oba has an award-winning wine list, featuring the best selections from local and afar.
Pomodori Bistro & Wine Bar/Medford
Italian dining with a northwest flair. Made from only the freshest ingredients, every meal is carefully prepared to excite the senses. Authentic Italian recipes fill the menu and the relaxed and friendly ambiance will make you feel instantly at home.
The Reserve Vineyard/Aloha
The Vintage Room Restaurant & Bar at The Reserve Vineyards & Golf Club is open to the public, and offers outstanding NW cuisine, a comprehensive wine list, and incredible sunset views.
Ringside offers an extensive wine list of more than 700 labels, including some of Northwest’s finest regional wines. Ringside’s wine list has been recognized with the “Best of Award of Excellence” Wine Spectator since 2001.
Go to Part 2 in our Wine & Dine series featuring even more Oregon and Southwest Washington restaurants.