Support Local Eateries During Beaverton Restaurant Week

Get ready to dine local and taste global during the fourth annual Beaverton Restaurant Week happening September 24 through October 4. Promoting the diverse flavors of our culinary community, eaters will have the opportunity to support local restaurants while enjoying some of the best cuisines on the Westside.

Beaverton Restaurant Week encourages community members to explore the many unique dining options located in downtown, including several newly opened restaurants like Top Burmese Bistro Royale, AFURI IZAKAYA, Koya Sushi and Hellou Cafe. This year, it’s also an opportunity for our local community to come together and patronize businesses that have been particularly hard hit by COVID-19 and welcome our new establishments.

More than 30 independently-owned downtown restaurants will present a specialty menu item available only during the promotion, and share how people can best show support during this time. Some restaurants offer food for indoor or outdoor dining (as weather and other conditions allow), and others for takeout only.

Special menu items for the week include Pollo Guisado (Puerto Rican chicken stew) served with rice, beans and fried plantains at Boriken Restaurant; Bruschetta al Tonno featuring grilled bread topped with rare, pan seared Albacore tuna, cucumber-corn salsa and black pepper aioli from MiNGO; and Skoleboller “school buns” that are a sweet, comforting take on a simple sweet bun at Carina’s Bakery.

Check out the interactive restaurant map at www.BeavertonRestaurantWeek.com for details, including restaurant locations and promotional menu items.

Visitors to downtown during Beaverton Restaurant Week also can enjoy a new public dining area. The 1st Street Dining Commons provides additional appropriately social-distanced outdoor dining options daily from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. through October 31.

To accommodate the new space, the city has closed one block of Southwest 1st Street between Southwest Watson and SW Washington and includes properly spaced seating for customers to bring takeout, including closed containers of alcohol, from any downtown restaurants.

Beaverton Restaurant Week eaters will also have the chance to dine out for free by sharing pictures of their meals on Instagram. Simply snap a photo from September 24 through October 4 at one of the participating restaurants and tag it #BeavertonRestaurantWeek for the opportunity to win a nightly drawing for a $25 restaurant gift card.

Beaverton Restaurant Week is produced in partnership with the Beaverton Downtown Association.