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About The Painted Lady
Oregon's only AAA four diamond and Forbes four star restaurant, The Painted Lady in Newberg offers a seasonal tasting menu nightly celebrating the products of their local neighbors- Oregon's world class ranchers, farmers and vintners. Inspired by the grand tradition of restoring Victorian homes across America, the restaurant uses classic culinary techniques to create a stunning modern menu. With timeless grace and a contemporary palate, The Painted Lady is more than a restaurant, it is an experience to remember.
Newberg, OR 97132
Hours of Operation:
Hours of Operation Dinner: Wednesday - Sunday: 5:00 PM - 10:00 PM
$50 and over
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Offering our fine dining experience by Chef Routt at a multitude of venues.
Public parking lot is also available less than 1/2 block from the restaurant.
Private Party Facilities:
Main Dining Room: seating for up to 35 guests, Upstairs Private Dining Room: seating for up to 20 guests
Private Party Contact:
Jessica Bagley: (866) 777-6649
Beer, Fireplace, Full Bar, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Wheelchair Access, Wine
The Painted Lady Ratings and Reviews
This was our second time visiting at Painted Lady, Their meal is outstanding and very creative.
The service is professional. They no longer serve seven course meal ( we very much enjoyed it with eight year old daughter last time.) The nine course meal was a bit of longer side because we all were quite tired after all day wine tasting but, food was excellent and wine pairing was very interesting ( wine from France, Germany and many were small production of local wines).
It was another memorable experience.
I am sure we will be back again.
We thought we would have a choice of an $80 five course menu or the $105 nine course tasting menu but were told when we got there that the only option was the $105 menu. To cancel our reservation would have been $50 a person and there were three of us so we felt trapped. Some of the courses on the menu were quite good and some others were only ok. We felt we overall it was not a good value. Will not go back.
Fantastic meal - one I will remember for a long time. Each one of the nine tastings was a fascinating combination of tastes and textures. At the same time, the quality of the main ingredients was superb, particularly the duck, salmon, and steak.
The chef was very accomodating to my strange food intolerances, without any sacrifice in taste. The service was impeccable, to the point of refolding my napkin when I went to the restroom.
Its an expensive evening, but worth every penny.
The Painted Lady continues to impress. The creativity, passion and commitment of the stellar culinary and hospitality team is apparent in every aspect of the dining experience. Each course of our much appreciated "within 100 mile" Experimental Wednesday experience engaged our curiosity, brought forth newfound pairings of tastes and textures for our enjoyment and future at home adaptations. Bernie, Mark, Eddie and the rest of the hospitality team are true professionals - warm, welcoming, knowledgeable and enthusiastic in their authentic interactions and sharing. We are extremely fortunate to have a restaurant of this caliber right in our backyard and appreciate the opportunity and care that goes into each Experimental Wednesday.
Each dish of the many course meal was an event unto itself. The presentation and flavor blends were outstanding. Having each dish explained as they were served made for delightful entertainment. Our dining experience there was the best ever and a great way to celebrate our fifteenth anniversary.
The service staff was very professional and attentive. The wine list is fantastic with emphasis on the Willamette Valley as it should but also a nice selection from NAPA and Old World. The food was divine, we enjoyed all 9 courses of the local tasting menu. Each course was presented with detailed explanation of the chefs creation, the timing of the meal was also perfect! They have it down to a science. Was a memorable experience will go back.
The Painted Lady just went straight to the top of our list for "special occasions." It was the perfect setting for Valentines. The food was outstanding, and I'm pleased to report they don't sacrifice flavor for presentation. Their service is also miles above most restaurants in the Portland area. They did a wonderful job of accommodating a "no beef" request for their prix fixe menu, and provided an excellent Ahi Tuna in lieu of steak (rather than defaulting on a vegetarian option). They even cared enough to alter their soup to substitute the beef broth for one serving. Substitutions aside, we really enjoyed the Valentine's menu and are now looking forward to our next visit.
What a great experience! The staff is friendly and outgoing, our server Matt was on the spot with service and taking care of all of our dinning needs. The food is crazy good, off the charts, and the wine pairings were so spot on. Biggest disappointment was having to leave. Word to the wise, enjoy every moment of the experience the Painted Lady has to offer.
We were looking very forward to trying this restaurant as we had heard it was very good. However, that was not our experience. Even though we did not go on a holiday, we were forced into a 9 course menu without any options. The website did not provide this information nor did the server who called our house to confirm the reservation. The food was not anything we would have chosen and it also didn't taste very good. It was artfully displayed on the plates though and looked very pretty. The first course of an oyster with fish eggs was so fishy that nothing else could be tasted. The salmon course was also fishy and tasted off. The pasta course was good but only had 3 pieces of pasta. Our waitress while courteous was not overly friendly. I don't think anyone asked if we liked anything. I guess since there were no choices, it didn't really matter. Needless to say we were very disappointed and felt our $300 bill was not worth the meal.
Terrific tasting meal and a good value for the ingredients/number of courses. Wine pairings were done very well, bringing out the main flavors and not overpowering anything. Well balanced. Fantastic service as well. Waiters are top class attentive and also well informed about the dishes and wines giving background about the sources as well.
First time for The Painted Lady and we will definitely be back. Went for the Wednesday Experimental Dinner which I'm of the opinion is an outstanding value. Service was great from the host to the wait staff and everyone involved serving food and clearing dishes off the table. Wine pairing was worth the extra bucks. It was a memorable event and it was just my wife and myself. Guess I still like her. -Cheers!
Incredible dining experience, as always. The Experimental Dinners are wonderful and fun. Service was impeccable. The only downside had to do with other diners, no fault of the restaurant. Two women, who had apparently showered in perfume, sat near us. The odor was so strong and so bad that three members of our party starting having allergic reactions, not to mention simply not being able to taste or smell the amazing courses and wine. The staff was aware of the problem and promptly moved us to another room without fuss. A suggestion: when confirming reservations, please tell patrons NOT to wear perfume or cologne. I find it difficult to understand why patrons even need to be told this, but, hey, this is America.
This was our second visit. Not as good as in the summer. Also had the wine pairing this visit and they either need to speed up the service (not a good idea) or poor slightly larger glasses. Ran out of wine every time before next course was served. On last visit had a great Oregon Pinot bottle and that was a much better solution.
We happened to be celebrating a birthday on the date of a Wenesday experimental dinner - a recreation of a Charlie Trotter meal that was served to the chef and his new wife 20 years ago, Amazing, The Painted Lady complete 7 course dinner price was less than the original dinner. Every course and wine pairing once excellent. Once again The Painted Lady came through as one of the finest restaurants in the Northwest.
Magnificent, as always. Every visit maintains the excellence we have come to expect, but also manages to exceed it. The food is delightful with so many different tastes and combinations to excite and satisfy your palate. An excellent wine list and Matt always makes great recommendations. The service is flawless yet friendly. What more could you want? A great way to end the old year and ring in the new!
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