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Breakfast + Lunch Guide 2015 

Sparrow Bakery

Annelie Kahn

Sparrow Bakery

As Bend continues to grow, so too does its food scene. And while dinner tends to get all the attention, we think breakfast and lunch are equally worthy of celebration.

Think about it: Eating breakfast for dinner is a thing. Dinner for breakfast? Not so much. That is, unless you’re eating last night’s pizza. (Always a solid option.)

But if you’re craving cardamom French toast, biscuits and gravy, or a classic Rueben, come this way. Let us guide you through Central Oregon’s remarkably diverse array of dining options for the daylight hours.

And because those first meals of the day aren’t necessarily going to be at a fancy table, with cloth napkins and mood lighting—we included sections for coffee shops and food carts. (We see you with the breakfast bagel answering email on your laptop.) We also included some suggestions for which spots are most kid—or dog—friendly and which would be good for a lunch meeting.

Well, what are you waiting for? Go forth and brunch!

Browse our breakfast and lunch listings HERE, or flip through the guide below.

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