With only a few hundred restaurants and bars to choose from in Central Oregon, surely you must be devoid of tasty bites and food-related activities, right? Totes!
Didn't get enough New Year in your New Year's Eve? Or do you just want a way to eat delicious authentic Chinese food in a gorgeous setting?
Bend's notable new restaurants of 2016
Central Oregon has more than its fair share of great eats, but in 2016, a handful of new places rose to the top. Immersion Brewing took Bend's brew pub scene to the next level with a Brew-It-Yourself experience and a menu that goes beyond normal pub food, including items such as steak and frites, ahi poke and pan-seared duck.
With greenhouses and trellising systems, Novicky's Farm offers Central Oregonians the option of fresh, locally-grown tomatoes longer than some other farmers in the area. Today though, Novicky's—formerly Victoria's Veggies—is at risk of losing its land.
Ariana selected for OpenTable "Best Restaurant" category With a fine attention to detail, a rotating seasonal menu and the use of high-quality, locally-grown ingredients, Ariana Restaurant is no stranger to big praise by critics and writers who've dined there.
Missed Giving Tuesday? That was far from your only chance to give this season. And this time, you can eat, too!
Here are a few ways you can continue to give back this season. Newport Market
Three more reasons to head to Tumalo
The Tumalo Food Court, located just off Highway 20 in Tumalo, takes two of Bend's and one of Sunriver's most beloved eateries and puts them in one easy location. There's not a lot of information online about the spot (in point of fact, there's none), so here is a quick look at the three carts down the block from The Bite.
Not sure how to handle this year's family gatherings in a divided nation? Here's what to talk about, besides the elephant—and the donkey—in the room.
This column is titled "Little Bites," but this week, the content is a bit bulky. Right now, countless mice are busy storing up goods for the long cold winter ahead.
We didn't need much convincing to attend this beer and food pairing event at Revolvr, but helping a good cause didn't hurt... As someone inclined to attend events that do more than simply satisfy a desire to party, I often find myself asking the question: Where can a gal get a five-course meal paired with local brews, served by a cadre of dapper dudes, that benefits a good cause in this town?