• Quench Taproom

    yetdrtgfegdThe Quench Taproom in Wilsonville, Oregon is a neighborhood wineshop and taproom located within the Villebois community. You’ll find 18 beer and ciders on tap featuring regional craft favorites as well as monthly tap takeovers and wine specials. Stop in to enjoy a glass of cabernet from one of four wine taps, or share an entire bottle of wine with no corkage fees. Look for the Savor Restaurant opening soon which will offer dining as well as a full bar and cocktails. Happy hour is Mon-Fri 3-6pm Look for live music announcements on their Facebook page.Get more Details >

  • Boston’s Pub & Grill

    yetdrtgfegdSince 1985 Boston’s Pub & Grill has offered beers, burgers and more in a fun, casual setting “Where Good Friends Gather.” Famous for their Fish & Chips, as well their Chicken & Fries, they want you to know they only fry in trans-fat-free oil. While you’re waiting for your main fare, start with one of the hearty appetizers, such as the Artichoke Dip. Choose from an array of salads and soups, including Boston’s Cobb or Bread Bowl Soup. Go big with the 3 patty Boston’s Burger, or lighter with their grilled Cajun Chicken sandwich or a Club Wrap. Looking for less pub fare? Try their Prawn Dinner of Slow Roasted Pot Roast with comfort food sides. Start the day with one of great Bloody Mary’s and the Omelette of Your Choice.Get more Details >

  • Bullwinkle’s Entertainment

    yetdrtgfegdBullwinkle’s Entertainment (formerly called the Family Fun Center) in Wilsonville, Oregon includes Bullwinkle’s Restaurant — themed after The Adventures of Rocky and Bullwinkle animated TV series that ran from 1959 through the early 1960s. Though the cartoon was remade in the 80s and 90s, the nostalgia for the original lives on. Between outdoor zip lines, bumper boats, go-karts and arcade games, you’ll likely work up a hunger. Pizza, burgers, wraps and salads make up the menu along with 13 domestic and local craft beers on tap. Bullwinkle’s is undergoing a major remodel/upgrade through June 2019 (but they’ll remain open). The updated entertainment complex will include a bowling alley, new attractions, and a full bar.  Get more Details >

  • McMenamins Wilsonville Old Church & Pub

    yetdrtgfegdIf you haven’t been to a McMenamins, you’re surely missing out on one of Oregon’s coolest drinking-meets-dining-meets-entertainment-meets-history-meets-art experience. And the Wilsonville Old Church & Pub won’t disappoint! Order up a Rubinator craft beer with a side of cajun tots and groove to live music or participate in a game of “geek” trivia. It all started in Oregon, but you can now find McMenamins’ locations throughout Washington, too. Most McMenamin locations offer overnight lodging, but in Wilsonville, you’ll just have to settle for an outdoor amphitheater with live music, restaurant, the Undercroft Bar, and an old 1911 church. Be sure to bring your McMenamins passport along to get your stamp (no purchase is necessary) where you can earn free food, exclusive merch and prizes, and the title of being a “Cosmic Tripster” if you complete the quest. You can also work on getting your special event cred by attending select McMenamins events like history talks at the Wilsonville location. Dogs are always welcome on the outdoor patio.  Get more Details >

  • RAM Restaurant & Brewhouse

    yetdrtgfegdRAM Restaurant and Brewhouse serves up big portions of food (think deep-fried pickle chips, peanut butter pie and lofty burgers and sandwiches with generous sides) with award-winning beers (it’s a really long list of winners from GABF and NABA!). If you’re on-the-go, order online and pick up your order or opt for delivery. They even have a decent gluten-free (GF) menu with tasty items like grilled wild-caught Alaskan salmon, a chicken and veggie quesadilla and more.Get more Details >

  • Ordnance Brewing Taproom

    yetdrtgfegdOrdance Brewing is a farmer-owned Oregon brewery out of Boardman, Oregon, but Wilsonville was where it all started back in the 1850s — the hops were first planted here in the 1880s by the owners’ ancestors. The taproom carries over 15 Ordance beers at all times as well as few rotating guest taps. Grab a small bite (Paninis and tasty snacks) with your choice of an award-winning list of seasonal selections. Look for their special releases under the “Brewvine Project” where craft farm-made brews are aged in wine barrels! This is a 21 and older only taproom.Get more Details >

  • Vanguard Brewing Company

    yetdrtgfegdGrab a seat on the patio and order up a pint of their signature Good Day Mosaic Dry Hop IPA or try a limited release brew from this award-winning Oregon brewery in Wilsonville. Vanguard Brewing is also a stop along the Mt. Hood Tap Trail — download the free app to earn your prize. If it’s a Friday, you can now grab a quick lunch (Cubano Sandwiches, Traeger Smoked Pulled Pork Sliders and pizza by the slice!) at Vanguard Brewing Company. The Generations Bar & Grill Kitchen is also open every Saturday-Thursday from 4-8pm.Get more Details >

  • Benedictine Brewery

    yetdrtgfegdDrink craft beer brewed by monks at Benedictine Brewery at Mount Angel Abbey. Head to the St. Michael Taproom at Benedictine Brewery and try their flagship beer, Black Habit, which is an artisanal beer brewed by the monks of Mount Angel Abbey. This ancient 1,500-year-old brewing tradition is rare. In fact, this is one of only three breweries in the U.S. owned and operated by monks. They pride themselves on using locally-sourced ingredients including hops grown on Abbey land and water from the monks’ well.Get more Details >