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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.
Beer, Fireplace, Full Bar, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Wheelchair Access, Wine
The Painted Lady Ratings and Reviews
The food was amazing. We felt as though we were on a culinary safari. Each dish had new and unusual combinations of flavors, all beautifully plated. At first I thought the small plates would leave me hungry but I was quite full at the end of the meal and forced myself to finish every dish because they were wonderful. Even the plates and bowls complimented the food. The only reason I did not give the restaurant five stars was the waiter. He was very cold and abrupt. He explained the dish at lightening speed as though he was reading from a script and disappeared before we could ask any questions. We asked him at the end of the meal for a copy of the menu and the wine pairing list which he told us he would happily provide. He handed us a menu as we left that did not reflect our meal at all and did not include the wines. We both felt that he did not take us seriously and that ruined the experience for us.
Easily a top 5 meal of my life. The location is small which lends to a VIP feel. Service was amazing. Wine was decently priced. Each of the 10 courses offered exciting and unexpected flavors. Expensive but well worth it for a special occassion. Unforgettable
The staff was amazing and attentive. The chef was awesome at creating vegetarian options for my daughter. Each plate was artistically put together and tasted wonderful. We were very full by the end of our 3 hour meal. This was for my daughters birthday and she even left with a special birthday dessert from the chef.
Although expensive an outstanding and very interesting evening. Food carefully prepared and beautifully presented. The explanations by the wait staff were interesting and helpful. They were friendly and knowledgeable about the flow and the wine. Very relaxing and unhurried.
We have eaten at the Painted Lady several times. As always, the setting was beautiful, and the service was excellent. Unfortunately, this time it seems that the chef was trying a bit too hard to push the edges. Some of the courses were excellent, but some like the steak and the dessert were actually bad. The steak was over salted, not tender, and the accompanying veggies were bitter. The main cheesecake dessert just totally missed the taste mark. We have had exceptional meals here, so I hope they make some changes, and quit trying so hard that they fail.
If you're looking for a very quiet place to enjoy unique food paired with excellent wines, this is it. Situated in an remodeled older home with unique Victorian style decor the setting is perfect for a quiet dinner on your anniversary or similar celebration. We had the 9 course meal paired with wines on 7 of the courses. Although the servings may appear small you're feeling pretty full before the final courses appear.
Well worth waiting for the 9 pm seating. Given the time, we chose the five versus nine course. Each plate was beautifully presented and the flavores, on each, managed to range from subtle to distinctive. Given another visit to this area, we would come for the nine course. The wine pairings were well chosen.
Over all foods are very good, some of the ingredients can use most fresh one can make the dish even better. The beans in the steak can be better. The soup with fried vegetables with oily taste destroy the perfect miso custard soup, can consider use bake to make those ingredients dry and crisp to avoid the oily taste. The chef presenting food with passion.
We had a totally elegant meal with impeccable service. the presentation of the 9 courses was very artistic and the dishes were very unique and delicious. The flight of wines coordinated very well with the various courses. We had a bonus dessert surprise because it was our 40th wedding anniversary.
The four of us had the pleasure of dining at the Painted Lady last Saturday, August 12th. All of us enjoy fine dining and food & wine pairings. On of the four of us is a chef and owns retail cookware/cooking schools. While we have had incredible experiences in some of the best restaurants in the country, our experience at the Painted Lady was TOPS!
Each of the nine courses were creative, delicious and represented a wonderful local and seasonal variety. I particularly loved the second course, Miso custard with Dungeness Crab, pickled red inion, Nori, and Dashi. It was paired beautifully with a 2016 Keller Riesling. In fact all nine courses were paired exquisitely with incredible wines. Many of the wines I would never have liked on their own -- but paired with the food, wow!
While the food and wine were unbelievable, the element that lifted the experience above all others, was Jamie. Jamie orchestrated the service beautifully. The timing was perfect, the course by course introductions were informative and interesting and overall, she was a delight to interact with. She went above and beyond at the end of the evening when we discovered Uber was no longer available. She called someone to take us back to our hotel and we were on our way in 5 minutes.
It was an out of body experience! I can't wait to visit the area again and the first thing I will do is make our reservation at the Painted Lady
My husband and I were visiting Oregon and had a great dinner at the painted lady. The dishes are small, but that's a good thing because there are 9 courses! Everything was delicious, and they were able to cater to me as a vegetarian. My husband does not like mushrooms, but he ate most of them. The service was terrific.
One of the best dining experiences I've had! I love particular wines but do yourself the favor and select the wine pairing option. It is well worth the 75 bucks. The food is so complex that not even the best sommelier could pick a single wine to go with everything. You will not regret this decision. Portions are small but by the time you're done with 9 courses you will be full. As we visited the local wineries we would chat and tell the locals that we were dining at The Painted Lady and every single person told us that we would not regret it and that it was an "experience". Everyone is right and there is a reason this place earns it's five star reviews. Everything seems average after this meal and I felt like one of the judges on Iron Chef. I have never treated myself to this level of cuisine and I loved it! I would go back in a heartbeat.
Adore this restaurant! Truly such an amazing experience. Every dish that was created was not only a visual showcase of art, but the flavors presented with each dish were immaculate. Since we moved to the PNW from NYC we have not yet had a elegant meal that didn't make us miss what the city had to offer, until this meal. This was one of those experiences that my husband and I will remember for a lifetime. We will definitely be back when we wine tasting again
Go here if you are looking for a fine dining experience - Wonderful, creative menu with great wine pairings. Knowledgeable, caring staff. We all felt doted over while our taste buds were entertained by a seemingly non-stop supply of ingredients that seemed to come from some heavenly kitchen
This elegant, creative and scrupulously prepared tasting menu using locally sourced seasonal ingredients was a feast for the eyes as well as the palate. Wine pairings were on point and well considered. Service was warm yet unobtrusive. The chef easily made gorgeously plated substitutions for dietary needs without fuss or fanfare. The Painted Lady manages to deliver a world class dining experience without pretension. A highly recommended special treat!
We were celebrating our 46th anniversary and couldn't have made a better choice. Romantic ambience, superb service and creative, fabulous food and drink.
Over a nearly 3-hour repast, we navigated through 11 courses, counting canapes and mignardises (which we later enjoyed at home). Each course was artfully and beautifully presented at a perfect pace -- no long pauses but never a feeling of being rushed. Portions were small enough that we did not feel overstuffed at the end, but still satisfyingly ample.
Every bite was a highlight, so it's difficult to pick favorites. But if I had to limit myself, I could not overlook the fried mushrooms with sea salt among the canapes, the miso custard with Dungeness crab, the golden halibut, the dry-aged New York steak and the blueberry ginger ice cream with the baba au rhum. The wine list is also exemplary. We started with a glass of Argyle brut, then moved on to half-bottles of a Prum Riesling and a St. Innocent pinot noir. (our son-in-law provided chauffeur service!)
An absolutely perfect evening. And can't wait to return.
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