The Incredible Restaurant That's Way Out In The Boonies But So Worth The Drive From Portland
Love barbecue? Well you will not mind the drive to this spot in the Willamette Valley then. Featuring some of the best pulled pork and brisket around, you will simply devour all that this little smokehouse serves up. Head to Newberg to have your tastebuds enlivened and you will be so glad you made the trip.
Storrs Smokehouse in Newberg serves up a fresh take on the American classic barbecue.
Chef & owner Allen Routt, also from Painted Lady, creates some amazingly flavorful selections on the pit.
Open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, anytime is a good time to check out the amazing menu at this wine valley restaurant.
You can even grab take out if you are in area and enjoy this finger-licking good food on your own time.
On Sundays, Storrs features a Prime Rib Dinner that will surely fill you up.
This homestyle classic is mouthwateringly delicious.
Choose from chicken wings, pork ribs, pulled pork or brisket, or go big and try them all.
You can't go wrong - everything is delicious!
The chicken wings are smoked with a spicy maple glaze that just builds on their flavor.
Sides like baked beans, cheesy grits, three bean salad, or coleslaw all pair wonderfully with the well-seasoned meats.
For lunch, nothing beats Storrs Smokehouse's pulled pork sandwich.
The tender pork is piled high on a brioche bun for an exceptional sandwich.
If you want to bring the taste of Storrs home with you, they also sell their delicious barbecue sauce.
Storrs specialty Oregon Pinot Noir Barbecue Sauce makes a wonderful gift for a food lovers, or grab a gift certificate and let someone experience the great tastes at the Newberg location themselves.
Whether you come for the biscuits and gravy at breakfast or a dozen chicken wings for lunch, you will not be disappointed here.
Unless of course you make the drive and they are not open. Storrs is only open Wednesday through Sunday from 8 am to 8 pm, so plan accordingly.
This out of the way spot is a top-notch barbecue restaurant that you need to try ASAP.
Next time you head down to wine country, make sure to stop by and give their food a try.
Have you eaten at Storrs Smokehouse? Let us know about your experience in the comments below.
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