Monday, January 27, 2014

The Painted Lady Restaurant in Northwest Travel Magazine (this month)

Happy to have my second article in Northwest Travel Magazine! In this ravenous round of food-and-wine obsession, I explore haute cuisine, aka really innovative and surprising food, at The Painted Lady restaurant. Located in Willamette Valley and with a romantic guest cottage next door, The Painted Lady serves many of the most innovative dishes in all of Oregon, and it offers an Old-World style of dining that I love. You can find my article in this month's Northwest Travel Magazine, and the magazine is sold in stores throughout the Pacific Northwest (all the way up to Alaska, indeed!).

Here's the beginning of the article:

"Since 2005, husband and wife team Allen Routt and Jessica Bagley— both émigrés from Napa—have provided a romantic and sophisticated dining experience in a downtown Newberg restored Victorian home. They moved to the town of tree-lined streets and tasting rooms in the heart of Oregon’s Willamette Valley wine country to open The Painted Lady.

With Routt in the kitchen, Bagley choreographs each night’s dinner service, and if it’s old-world opulence you’re looking for, you’ll find a level of refinement rare anywhere in the Pacific Northwest.

Expect to have your coat taken at the door..."  See more at Northwest Travel Magazine------>

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