About

Filberts Farmhouse Kitchen was born from a love of quality food, exceptional service and a sense of community. We serve classic American comfort food executed with culinary expertise and Farmhouse flavor. The American Comfort food concept was curated after thinking about dishes that may have been enjoyed in this very farmhouse 150 years ago. Dishes like scratch made Meatloaf, Pork Chops, and Cornbread. Filberts pays homage to the ever-expanding filbert (Hazelnut) industry by featuring them in many of our dishes and desserts. At its core, the menu focuses on fresh products from the local area.

The restaurant is located in the historic colony district of Aurora, Oregon and was constructed as an addition to the original Mohler farmhouse built in 1865. The new building was designed to emulate the historic colonial architecture of the original house. Antiques from the area are proudly displayed on our walls.

Filberts’ welcoming dining space is both elegant and cozy. We offer seating in our lively dining area, outdoor seating overlooking the original orchards as well as seating in the original 1865 Mohler Farmhouse. The atmosphere is classy yet inviting making it the perfect place for a special occasion, a place to meet after work or an afternoon lunch with friends. When you walk in the door, you can tell right away that you’re in for a charming experience.

We are pleased to welcome you to Filberts Farmhouse Kitchen!

 
 
 

Local owners . . .

The Bean family moved to the north Willamette valley over twenty years ago, they chose the area for its simplistic beauty, bounty and strong sense of community.  In 2014, the Bean’s decided to join their farming friends and began growing filberts on their property.  Their involvement in the filbert industry as well as several award-winning local northwest restaurants including Southpark Seafood in Portland, Oregon and Hudson’s Bar & Grill in Vancouver, Washington helped spark the idea (and the name) for a farm-to-table restaurant in the historic colony town of Aurora, Oregon. 

The inspiration came to Bernice Bean while on vacation in Italy.  There she saw how restaurants in small towns served as the gathering spot for locals; it was a place for friends and family to live, laugh and love. Their dream is for Filberts to create this sense of community and becomes a place for locals and neighbors to come together and create memories over great food.