Wine Enthusiast Magazine named The Willamette Valley a top 2013 travel destination, as well as selecting The Dundee Bistro as a recommended dining stop!
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Yamhill Valley News-Register
Writer Karl Klooster tells a bit of Dundee’s histroy and how it became a prominent part of Oregon wine country today, offering visitors many options for wine tasting and dining. “The [Dundee] Bistro has since built an excellent reputation for both its cuisine and its wine-centered approach to dining.”
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2012 Spring Wine Guide: To dine in wine country
“Dundee Bistro: This casual restaurant emphasizes local, of-the-moment ingredients, many of them culled from the Willamette Valley, like a pizza topped with roasted chicken and squash, or chicken breast with lobster mushrooms and fingerling potatoes. While the restaurant is owned by the Ponzi wine family (they also own the adjacent Ponzi Tasting Room and Wine Bar), the wine menu reads like a who’s who of Oregon pinot noir producers. 100-A S.W. Seventh St., Dundee; 503-554-1650; dundeebistro.com”
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They even call our Cascade Natural Oregon Beef Burger on Brioche Bun (with smoked cheddar, grilled onion, pickles, mustard, aioli) “the best burger in the Willamette.” – Read the full article here.
The Dundee Bistro in 1859 Magazine
Autumn 2011 edition
Dundee – A Junction of Worldly Wines and Small Town Charm
“Chef Christopher Flanagan at The Dundee Bistro leverages his experience as the understudy of his noted predecessor, Jason Stoller Smith. Flanagan brings in fresh local fare that takes on the tasty forms of smoked pork sandwiches served with a house-made barbecue sauce and baby greens with Oregon strawberries and sweet onions.” – Kevin Max
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