Red Hills Market opened in 2011 as the lifelong dream of Jody & Michelle Kropf. Taking inspiration from the local bounty that surrounds the Willamette Valley, Red Hills Markets serves up simple seasonal dishes that visitors and locals alike have come to love. The wood fired oven turns out unique piping hot pizzas, sandwiches, and locals night specials. It’s a destination spot for a day in wine country where you can start your day off with espresso and pastries, or mimosas and bloody marys. Pick up your picnic supplies and a few good bottles of local wine and you’re set. If you’re not touring the local vineyard’s, Red Hills Market’s relaxing atmosphere encourages you to linger awhile. Enjoy a friendly or not so friendly game of corn hole, or hang with friends on the big picnic tables. The market feels like a second home to many, with it’s famous 1940s wood fired food truck taking part in weddings, community events and parties. Simply put, Red Hills Market is a place where family and friends gather to share good food and good memories.