Nearly all of Carlton Bakery’s pastry and bread take several days to make due to the traditional methods used to make the croissant-based pastry and breads.
High quality ingredients used at Carlton Bakery include Shepherd’s Grain Flour, local berries, jams from The Republic of Jam, meats from Carlton Farms & Northwest Specialty Meats, eggs from Wooden Mallet Farm in Yamhill, local honey from Newberg (Casey Rocks), and when possible produce from Even Pull Farm.
At Carlton Bakery, they work hard to provide customers with a unique old-world bakery experience.
Wonderful French cuisine in a small venue. Gilbert Henry, chef and owner of Cuvée Restaurant, is a native of Alsace, France. In addition to seafood, chef Gilbert Henry prepares such dishes as Boeuf Bourguignon, Cassoulet, and Biftek avec Pommes Frites.
Cuvée reflects well Henry’s philosophy of preparing ”great food, from local ingredients, served in a classy yet comfortable environment.”
Locally sourced, seasonally inspired fine dining. Earth & Sea brings unparalleled service to Carlton, Oregon’s Wine Country Capital. Featuring a la carte, prixe fixe, grab and go, Frutti di mare, and bar menus, while offering a robust wine list, innovative cocktails, and Oregon beer.
Enjoy $1 oysters and a wide selection of premium dishes from the sea (fish, scallops, crab cakes, etc) and from the earth (burgers, pasta, shortribs, etc).
Martha’s is a a no frills Mexican restaurant located right on 99W in the tiny town of Lafayette. Martha’s is a legend to Oregon winemakers and a staple for hungry cellarhands working long hours during harvest. The tacos, chille relleno, tamales, torta, guacamole, chips, salsa all are unparalleled in the valley. It’s a must visit during or after your day of wine tasting when you want something casual and soul-satisfying.
The Horse Radish is a restaurant, wine and cheese bar located in the “Great Little Town” of Carlton. Carlton is conveniently located in the middle of Oregon wine country, making The Horse Radish the perfect stop on your wine tasting tour of the Yamhill-Carlton AVA. This beloved eatery is open for lunch (daily) and dinner (Friday and Saturday evenings with live music) and is most famous for their sandwiches.
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