Deschutes Brewery – Bend Public House

When the doors opened on June 27th, 1988, our Bond Street Public House was the original home of Deschutes Brewery. The pub’s Executive Chef, Matt Neltner, uses only the finest ingredients, with an emphasis on fresh and handcrafted products. Everything possible, including sausage, breads and mustard is made on premise. Even your burger will come from local beef partially raised on feed recycled from the brewing process.

Oakshire Brewing Co.

Strength. Independence. Community. These are the core values behind the Oakshire name and its motivation for brewing fine craft beer in Eugene. You can find Oakshire on tap and on shelves throughout the Northwest, or come visit its tasting room to sample all of its year-round beers, seasonals, single batches and barrel-aged reserve beers. Take in some live music, take a tour of the brewery and take home bottles, growlers and merchandise. Oakshire Brewing: craftsmanship defined.

Sweet Cheeks Winery

Located in the heart of the southern Willamette Valley, Silvan Ridge Winery and Sweet Cheeks winery offer gorgeous vineyard views, award-winning wines, and complimentary tasting year-round.

Adelsheim Vineyard

For more than forty years, Adelsheim Vineyard has been carefully cultivating vineyards and making wines sustainably in the Willamette Valley. It is dedicated to consistently producing wines crafted in a style that centers on elegance, complexity, and richness of flavor and texture. Visit the tasting room for a variety of exclusive single-vineyard pinot noirs that can be found only at the winery. Open 7 days a week, 11 a.m. – 4 p.m.

Willamette Valley Wineries

photo by Doreen Wynja Thanksgiving is a time to surround yourself with loved ones, test how far you can stretch your appetite and give thanks for the good fortune in your life. The holiday season brings warmth and comfort despite declining temperatures, and the changing colors of the landscape—especially in the Willamette Valley—are stunning. photo by Polara Studios for Ponzi Vineyards A seasonal celebration such as this calls for more than just one day as part of the annual Thanksgiving Weekend Celebration in Willamette Valley wine country. It would be a disservice to your taste buds and your quest for culture to miss this event—with special tastings, food pairings, live music and holiday discounts at 165 participating wineries. Each winery offers its own flair while celebrating family and friends, the completion of another year’s harvest and, of course, the fine bounty of Oregon’s world-class wine region. photo by Janis Miglavs Bring…

10 Barrel Brew Pub

The scene is young, vibrant and well-heeled at this Bend brew pub. Sit at an outside patio for both the bar and the restaurant or cozy up next to the fire pit while you sip the wide range of hand-crafted microbrews. Goode sized menu with typical pub fare, including salads, pizzas, sandwiches and vegetarian options. One of the hippest places to eat and drink local beer in town. Expect a wait for a table.

Cathedral Ridge Winery

Oregon’s Winery of the Year 2007, Cathedral Ridge Winery is located in the middle of a forty-mile stretch in the Columbia Valley with micro-climates that almost perfectly duplicate four of the world’s most renowned grape-growing regions: Bordeaux, Burgundy, Rhone and Rhine. Winemaker Michael Sebastini combines these superb grapes with a classic and time-honored winemaking process, which has resulted in more than 130 award-winning craft wines. Wine Press Northwest has also named Cathedral Ridge Winery one of the ‘Top 10 great Northwest Wine Country picnic spots,’ which is no surprise given the scenic vistas and lush vineyard. Experience what makes Cathedral Ridge so special. Visit the winery and tasting room in Hood River or shop online.