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decarli restaurant is where rustic meets modern. Chef/owner, Paul DeCarli, pulls from his Swiss-Italian roots to create a menu that reflects his heritage as well as combine local Northwest ingredients. Polenta fries with gorgonzola butter, mussels in fennel-saffron cream sauce, and espresso-braised shortribs are just a few of the many "must-haves.” Soaring open beam ceilings with rustic brick walls add to the ambiance of this 1924 historic building.
All reviews polenta fries short ribs spaetzle chitarra brick chicken tagliatelle prunes salad pizza steak seafood happy hour downtown beaverton by the glass great restaurant anniversary dinner sat at the bar
Decarli is one of our 'go to' places in Beaverton, OR! It is consistently good. Great food, great service, and priced right for the food you get. This is why it is always packed - so you better get there early. Highly recommended.
Love this place. The food is fantastic, the desserts are to die for, service is great and the atmosphere is cool. Located in downtown Beaverton, this old renovated building makes it a great place to have a nice dinner out without going into Portland.
The food has always been very good. With new some new management staff it was so easy to have a company client event in their private dining room next to the regular restaurant. If you are wanting an intimate small gathering in Beaverton, this is...More
came decarli for dinner with friends 6.30 Last week we got our food at ""8.20 PM"
We came due to the good reviews online for decarli restaurant. BOY WE WERE WRONG
When I asked for why the food was delayed instead of checking the waitress...More
I was in Beaverton on business and got hungry. Decarli seemed to get good reviews so I went there. As far as I can tell, it doesn't have parking and neither does the area around it. So I parked some distance away and trudged through...More