13 Places to Dine if You Want to Eat Animal-Free in Bend
Have you heard the joke, "How do you know if someone is vegan?"
Transport yourself into the forest anytime with a Douglas fir tea or cocktail
"Let's drink some pine tea," my partner Jim said, at our camp along the Metolious River.
Lagunitas and its nod to the origin of "420"
The Lagunitas Brewing Company of Petaluma, Calif., is such a massive brewery these days that—thanks to being half-owned by Heineken International—it no longer counts as a "craft brewer" the way the Brewers Association defines it.
Everyone knows your name at the M&J Tavern
The M&J Tavern has stood on the corner of Greenwood and Hill collecting colorful stories for the past 70 years.
Mazza Bistro Closing; Devores Selling
Just as they turned five years old, Mazza Bistro announced on Facebook, "Dear customers, this is to inform you that this coming Thursday, March 30th, will be Mazza's last day in business due to loss of lease."
A case for enjoying a taproom visit without a billion little glasses
It's a typical Saturday afternoon at Crux Fermentation Project: families and dogs outside, diners and beer nerds inside, and what seem to be half a dozen taster trays underneath the taps, waiting to be filled.
Finding a home rental can be tough in Bend—and the trend continues in commercial kitchens
If the availability of commercial kitchen space is an indication, Bend likes its sweets, treats and eats.
Go a little citrus-y, a bit red or a lot hoppy
It's a couple weeks into spring, and despite the fact that people could be skiing until the summer solstice this year, it's finally starting to feel juuuust a bit like the season around town.
Spring is here, time to prep
There may be the occasional flake flying, but still, the time for prepping the garden is upon us.
Can a veggie burger taste like the real thing?
The burger is America's favorite food, so it's no wonder vegetarians and vegans have been trying to find a suitable replacement for years.
On a tour of U.S. beer (this time closer to home!), Payette Brewing leads a suddenly-crowded pack
The drive along US-20 between Central Oregon and Boise can be pretty boring: vast tracts of uninhabited, sagebrush-filled land with little to ease the monotony until the mountains past Burns.