A New Cafe on Bend's West Side | The Source Weekly - Bend, Oregon

A New Cafe on Bend's West Side

A Taste of Bend features all locally made baked goods, coffees & teas

A Taste of Bend is now open on Galveston Avenue right next door to Brother Jon's Public House. Calling themselves Bend's one stop taste shop, the quaint café offers locally baked confections, tea and coffee. Cookies, doughnuts, cupcakes, pies, scones, bagels and more baked goodies are all made locally by small and home-based entrepreneurs in the community. There's also a charcuterie box with an assortment of meat, cheese, nuts, fruit and dessert available from Wild and Free Charcuterie. You can also get espresso and coffee made with locally roasted beans as well as locally prepared teas.

click to enlarge A New Cafe on Bend's West Side
Courtesy Taste of Bend Facebook
A Taste of Bend on Galveston Avenues offers locally made baked goods, coffees and teas.

The network of bakers/makers that A Taste of Bend is collaborating with includes Mimi's Bagels, Elevation Desserts, Cascade Cakes & Confections, The Dough Nut, The Chocolate Company, and Wild and Free Charcuterie, Three Creeks Brewing (coffee) and Inspired Fine Teas among others.

Custom ordering is offered, and you can order from their daily menu easily online at their website. The café is open daily from 7am to 7pm for in person visits.

A Taste of Bend
1227 NW Galveston Ave., Unit C, Bend, OR
Open Daily 7am – 7pm

About The Author

Donna Britt

Food writer, food stylist, recipe tester, cookbook editor, podcast producer/host are a few of the creative hats Donna Britt wears. Donna loves to hike, paddle board and spend quality time with family and friends. Oh, and she also collects cookbooks and cast iron cooking vessels.
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