Cruise In Country Diner been in operation since 2009 and was voted “Favorite Restaurant in Tualatin Valley” because of its rural location, quality food, and classic feel of a family-friendly, 50’s-60’s-style diner. Its classic-car theme brings that era to life. The owners have incorporated their knowledge and expertise in food and nutrition to offer a healthy dining experience that draws a very faithful and growing customer base. A high priority is placed on locally-sourced and natural food and beverages including:
· Grass-fed Beef, Buffalo, Lamb, and Alpaca
· Chicken & Fish (without hormones or breading)
· Bacon & Hot Dogs (without nitrates or chemicals)
· Local Tofurky Veggie Patties
· Homemade Fries
· Gluten-free Buns, Chicken Strips, Fries & Beer
· Local Microbrew Beer & Wine
· Organic Coffee & Tea
Pair one of their 20 signature burgers named after vintage cars with one of the 12 beers on tap, and you’ll have yourself a culinary treat!
What folks are saying:
“If you are on your way to the Oregon wine country or returning, this is the place to stop!
“The food was great, the selection of burgers and drinks were awesome & the milkshakes were amazing!”
“Loved the fries and loved that they were bottomless too.”
This phenomenally busy restaurant on 2 acres is located on a high-traffic intersection, and is in an area where thousands of new homes are expected in the coming years. It is poised to capitalize financially on this future demographic growth, the extended hours of 7 days/week, and the addition of weekend breakfast service. The home adjacent to the diner gives the new owner an opportunity to either live on the property or rent it out for additional income. The property’s fertile acreage provides an abundant space to grow fresh, homegrown produce and serve REAL Farm-to-Table menu items. The property consists of 1.97 acres and includes the restaurant (1,760 SF) and an adjacent house (752 SF).
Demographics (within one mile):
· Median Age: 37
· Population Growth: 12.68% since 2010
· Average Household Income: $101,963 / year
· Future Street of Dreams—just 7 minutes away near the Reserve Golf Club
· Development—5,000-6,000 people moving to the area within one year
· Cars Per Day—13,000+/-
Located along the Tualatin River, the Farmington area is a peaceful and picturesque setting just five miles from Rood Bridge Park and four miles from Eagle Landing Park. It is a highly-desirable place to live and play. Farmington Paddle Launch is across the street where folks can get a unique river perspective on a canoe, kayak or paddleboard. Farmington is the perfect place to enjoy a picnic or cycle through the flat, rolling terrain of Washington County’s wine country.