Travel Alerts and COVID-19 Updates

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On Saturday, March 12, Oregon’s statewide mask mandate was lifted. Businesses throughout Newberg are excited to welcome you with smiling faces and to see yours! 

According to the Oregon Health Authority, businesses may implement their own policies to protect staff members, customers, and visitors, including requiring masks and proof of vaccination, in compliance with Americans with Disability Act guidelines and Title VII of the Civil Rights Act. Some businesses and employers may choose to retain these policies for the indefinite future. Mask and vaccine policies vary, so we encourage you to call or message before you plan your trip so that you can have the most enjoyable visit possible.  We ask for your patience and kindness during these challenging times.  Many of our businesses are facing unprecedented labor shortages, are busy training new staff, and readjusting to often-changing dynamics caused by the pandemic. When you’re ready to visit, all of us in the Newberg hospitality community are looking forward to seeing you in Newberg wine country.


As the organization devoted to welcoming visitors and promoting the destination of Newberg, Oregon, Taste Newberg would like to express our unwavering support for equity and inclusion. We are committed to promoting diversity and inclusivity, and we want to emphasize that all are welcome here. There is no place for racism, homophobia, xenophobia, sexism, hate, or other discrimination in the travel industry.


Effective Friday, August 27, Governor Brown has implemented new statewide outdoor mask requirements to help stop the spread of the highlight contagious Delta variant. Masks will be required in most public outdoor settings, including large outdoor events, where physical distancing is not possible, and regardless of vaccination status. The Oregon Health Authority (OHA) also strongly recommends masking for outdoor gatherings at private residences when individuals from different households do not consistently maintain physical distance. The rule does not apply to fleeting encounters, such as two individuals walking by one another on a trail or in a park. Some exceptions apply (e.g. eating, drinking, swimming).


Effective August 13, a statewide indoor mask requirement went into effect, to address the spike in COVID-19 hospitalizations being driven by the spread of the highly contagious Delta variant. Bring your mask to Newberg regardless of your vaccination status. We recommend that all visitors check in advance regarding individual business policies for group size, reservations, vaccination requirements, physical distancing, and venue capacity.

Please check Travel Oregon for more information.

Steve at Domaine Divio, pouring wine for guests - Photo by Gary Randall



The following hotels are open and welcoming guests:

The Allison Inn and Spa

Best Western Newberg Inn

Holiday Inn Express Newberg – Wine Country

Town & Country Motel

Travelodge Suites by Wyndham Newberg

For vacation rentals or bed/breakfast inns, please reference the following websites:–OR


Most of Newberg’s restaurants are open to the dining public for limited service. In addition, many are offering takeout, delivery, and/or curbside options. Before going, call the restaurant to find out their specific details. Many are requiring reservations.

Click below for lists of restaurants that are open for indoor, outdoor, take-out, and/or delivery options. Group size is limited.

Wineries, Breweries, and Distillery

A majority of Newberg’s wineries, breweries, distillery, and tasting rooms are open to the public for limited service. In addition, many are offering specials, curbside pickup, shipping incentives, and local delivery. Be advised that many are requiring reservations, mask-wearing is required while not seated, group size is limited to 10, 6’ physical distancing is required.  Before going, call the establishment to find out the specific details for their location.

For winery visits, CLICK HERE for additional planning resources.

Our list of OPEN, Newberg-area, wineries — subject to change without notice. Every winery has different procedures in place related to COVID-19. Please call ahead for their specific hours, appointment procedures, and COVID rules.


Coffee Shop/Bakery/Ice Cream

Distilleries & Breweries

Food Trucks


  • City Center Food Mart – Grocery/Deli – 503-554-9761
  • Mini Market El Tala – Grocery/Deli – 971-281-8147
  • Naps Thriftway – Grocery/Deli – 503-538-8286
  • NW Fresh Seafood – Grocery/Deli – 503-538-4555
  • Ray’s Produce – Grocery/Deli – 503-538-7061

Movie Theatre

  • 99W Drive-In – Movie Theatre – 503-538-2738
  • Cameo – Movie Theatre – 503-538-4479



The Chehalem Valley Chamber of Commerce has assembled lists of essential open businesses. Click the link below to leave this website and see the Chamber’s lists.

Open Essential Businesses

Local Food

COVID-19 Resources

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