Categories: Other

Mother’s Bistro and Bar

At Mother’s, they take traditional homemade favorites and refine them with classical cooking techniques, so they’re like mom’s cooking, only a bit better. Slow-cooked foods that take hours to prepare—hand-made dumplings, stews, roasts and braised dishes.

The chefs at Mother’s make everything from scratch, using the best possible ingredients Pacific Northwest wild salmon, Carlton Farms pork, Painted Hills beef and the finest European-style butter in everything they cook and bake.

The best meals of a country aren’t in its restaurants. They’re found in its homes, made with love by mothers cooking for their families. That’s why each month Mother’s features a Mother of the Month (or “M.O.M.”), and brings you some of her special dishes prepared in their kitchen.

Hours:

Closed Mondays

Breakfast:

Tues. – Fri. 7:00am – 2:30pm

Sat. – Sun. 8:00am – 2:30pm

Lunch:

Tues. – Sun. 11:30am – 2:30pm

Dinner:

Tues. – Thurs. 5:30pm – 9:00pm

Fri. – Sat. 5:00pm – 10:00pm

Happy Hour:

Tues. – Fri. 3:00pm – 7:00pm

Reservations recommended

Share
Published by
admin

Recent Posts

Spring Whiskey Events Around Oregon

MARCH 25 Distillery Startup Workshop Mon, Mar 25 – Fri, Mar 29 Corvallis Corvallis, OR MARCH 28 The Eastburn’s Whiskey…

1 month ago

Women and Whiskey at Freeland Spirits

Freeland Spirits sets out to do distilling differently written by Sheila Miller Freeland Spirits started with a Texas grandma, a…

1 month ago

Gravel Riding Calendar 2019

WASHINGTON Cascadia Super Gravel (Olympia) — March 30 www.racecascadia.com Vicious Cycle's Gran Fondo Series wwwrideciciouscycle.com Ephrata — March 17 Goldendale…

1 month ago

Gravel Ride the PNW

Get off the pavement and into backcountry on gravel roads across the Pacific Northwest by Kevin Max I climbed the…

1 month ago

Northwest Destination: Spokane Rising

Spokane is the right jumping-off point for outdoor adventure and sophisticated city life written by Cara Strickland If you’re looking…

2 months ago

Trip Planner: Redmond

Central Oregon’s oft-overlooked city is getting cool before our eyes written by Sheila Miller Not so long ago, downtown Redmond…

2 months ago