You don't mess with good dough. It?s a lesson the Perfect Pizza Company owners learned the hard way when they tried to add butter to Head Chef Anthony Hartmeier's tried and trusted recipe. They recounted how their failed dough experiment forced them to throw away 58 balls of the unstretchable stuff but restored their unwavering faith in the expertise of the Oregon-born Hartmeier.
Today, the owners concern themselves with the quality of the pizzeria's ingredients and service and let the chefs flex their creativity in the kitchen. Hartmeier's famous hand-tossed crusts emerge from a brick oven brimming with a unique and diverse smattering of toppings. Specialties include pies such as the Perfect Chicken pizza, which swaps out red sauce for alfredo sauce and includes generous sprinklings of red onion, grilled chicken, feta, and bacon bits.
Wine Xing houses a wide range of distinctly bold and brilliant wines from all over the globe. As co-tasters take flight across their 10 individual samples—usually five reds and five whites—tongues will traverse bud-tingling beverages from as nearby as Oregon, Washington, and California and as far away as South Africa and New Zealand, also known as Old Zealand 2.0. Regardless of their wafted wisdom level, guests will have no trouble imbibing comprehensive insight from founder Eric Bean, a proud purveyor of accessible vinformation and a possessor of a PhD in biochemistry. Tap into Bean's bean to gain knowledge on ideal food pairings and how to best serve, swig, sniff, sample, and stare down a wine.
Whether one is gardening indoors, outdoors, in the yard, or up the chimney, the very act of nurturing nature helps to secure a healthier world for the earth and its citizens. Living up to their namesake, The Green Future specializes in all of the tools, seeds, lights, hydroponics, and fertilizers needed to keep internal and external gardens blossoming.