Newberg's 'Truffle Month' fills void of altered festival
Got a craving for the delectable and luxurious truffle? You're in luck, because February has been dubbed "Truffle Month" by Taste Newberg.
The Taste Newberg organization is Newberg's official online visitor resource, and Truffle Month will take the place of what is normally a festival, but was altered due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Truffle-based experiences will be available all month long at Newberg-area hotels, restaurants, wineries and shops, according to a press release.
"Bookable now for experiences starting February 1, the first annual Truffle Month in Newberg celebrates truffles from Oregon and beyond, with socially distanced lodging packages, seasonal dining specials, and one-of-a-kind activities," the release said. "Newberg is no stranger to truffles: local restaurants and hotels look forward to truffle season every year, when the city normally hosts the Oregon Truffle Festival, the authoritative annual showcase of Oregon's native truffles. From luxury overnight stays with in-room truffle dinners, to truffle beer and truffle fries to-go, Newberg is a destination for all things truffle …"
Participating businesses include Adelsheim Vineyard, The Allison Inn & Spa, Anam Cara Cellars, Black Tie Tours, Chapters Books & Coffee, Chehalem Ridge B&B, Good Company Cheese Bar & Bistro, Holiday Inn Express Newberg, Honey Pie Pizza, Lifestyle Properties, Miss Hannah's Gourmet Popcorn, The Newbergundian Bistro, Rex Hill, Ruddick/Wood, and Wolves & People Farmhouse Brewery.
More information on the participating businesses and what they will be offering can be found at tastenewberg.com/trufflemonth.
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