Hurry up and get this review done already. We need to head back to this deli for more!
T he last time I went near the restaurant at the south end of the Bend Factory Stores complex on Hwy. 97, I peeked in and discovered that I probably wasn't old enough to dine there—and I am no spring chicken.
In a crazy turn of events, a pork shoulder pie beat traditional sweet pies to win the grand prize at the Fall Festival pie baking contest. The competition was open to homebakers, with 13 adults and seven children submitting pies.
The Seattle neighborhood with 11 breweries in a day's walk
A s is to be expected in this region, Seattle has approximately eight hundred million breweries, give or take a few, ranging from the old and well-established, such as Pike Brewing's pub in the middle of the famous Pike Place Market downtown, to the brand-spanking new, including the hip and industrial-looking Cloudburst Brewing a few blocks down from the Pike.
Vegan, vegetarian or not, delicious food for everyone
B end's only vegan food cart is tucked behind Palate Coffee Bar on Colorado and Bond in a rustic white single-wide horse trailer with a red bottom.
T he big headlines for Oregon beer, however, were made in Denver last weekend.
A nyone who expects the end of "the season" in Central Oregon to trigger a slowdown in brew activities around the region obviously hasn't been living here long enough—or hasn't heard the news from both downtown Bend's Silver Moon and the rising beer star just a ways down Highway 97.
This spring Worthy Brewing will open a second restaurant, Taps and Tacos, in downtown Bend, focusing on Worthy beer and Tex-Mex tacos.
B rown's Basics Bakery & Eatery has a new food cart and will be open for business starting Oct. 11 at 9th Street Village.
For gluten-free or vegan pizzas, or for quality takes on classic and inventive pies, Bend Pizza Kitchen delivers
I t was a Sunday night—an evening usually reserved for hot soups sipped around a fire as we try to stave off the creeping reminders of what Monday would bring.
Sip on mind-bending cocktails and savor tasty bites so kids can get free science and arts education through the Children's Museum of Central Oregon.
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