Italian, Brewery/Pub/Tavern, Casual/Family, Bar, Children's Menu, Kids Friendly, Brunch, Dinner, Happy Hour (Italian Food & Culture History)
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Restaurant Descriptiondecarli is an Italian-inspired restaurant newly opened by husband and wife team, Paul and Jana DeCarli. With a menu that changes weekly decarli is able to feature fresh seasonal ingredients from the Northwest, created in an open kitchen that captures your attention when you walk in the door.
A simple design plan showcases the natural elements of the 1924 building-exposed brick, original fir floors, and soaring open beam ceilings all accented by drop filament bulbs and candlelit tables. The "must-sees" are an enormous brass chandelier that hangs over the family table and the innovative countertop at the bar.
decarli is Beaverton's own piece of the Pearl, great for special occasions, yet comfortable enough for casual dining.
Our menu changes daily!
Recent decarli Reviews
I really love that Beaverton has decarli. I hope enough patrons frequent it to keep it alive, because Beaverton needs a classy place like this. With so many large chain restaurants serving re-heated frozen entrees (ala Applebees) it is refreshing to find a restaurant that prides itself on fresh and local. I've been here several times, and my favorites are the espresso braised short ribs and the gnocchi with truffle cream sauce. If you bring kids, be sure to ask for a kids portion of pasta, and they'll happily bring it to you and not over-charge you on it. It's so relaxing to sit in the window seat and enjoy brunch, too. The brioche french toast was perfect last weekend, as was the asparagus omlette. Now if they just served lunch I could move in and live happily ever after. Thank you, decarli, for being brave enough to bring your sophistication to downtown Beaverton, where it is so sorely needed.
My wife and me had heard of this little place from friends and decided to try it out on a non busy evening.
So we decided on a a Thursday.
We were seated right away in a large room.
It felt like an auditorium but soon it was filling up and it seemed more cozy.
It took several minutes for a server to approach us and from that point on we felt rushed...on a Thursday night?
We ordered drinks, which weren't bad, but had very small portions...and regular drink prices.
The menu looked good but we were astonished at the relatively high prices that were being charged.
Ex...New York steak and potatoe fingers..$29.
I ordered the steak and my wife ordered the pizza, which came burnt and we had to send it back.
The dinner didn't include salad or soup or a beverage.
The steak was average and the salad was better.
They do serve great bread but after 2 hours and $85 on a Thursday night we won't be going back very soon...especially during these economic times.
Now if we were in downtown PDX, I would have been comfortable with the prices...but not the service
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