Stunning views next to the Bridge of the Gods—Bridgeside (formerly Charburger) still serves tasty char-broiled burgers plus an extensive menu of breakfast items, chowders, fish and chips, a fresh salad bar, sandwiches, and desserts. New name, new management, but historic charm and Western artifacts remain. Serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner (and did we mention views?) Amentities include gift shop, special event room and terrace
BGood Bars are not your ordinary energy bar. They are Artisan-made & hand dipped in Fair Trade dark chocolate in small batches to bring you the best quality healthy snack. Six Gluten-Free varieties are made with organic & quality natural ingredients, sweetened only with local honey & the naturally occurring sugar of the fruit, & dark chocolate. Ultimately the best food choices will always be those that are closest to their original forms in nature. Bhappy, Bhealthy, BGood!
Cimmiyotti’s is born again. Founded in 1959, the restaurant was an Eastern Oregon favorite for decades, owner Paul Cimmiyotti personally greeting each guest at the door. After the restaurant sold in 1994, it went through many owners, fell into disrepair and eventually shuttered. Fate intervened in 2009 when Jennifer Keeton, a waitress from Mariposa, California, happened upon the place, and fell in love with it. She spent months commuting and renovating it to its original splendor, adding “Virgil’s” in honor of her father. The restaurant is a trifecta—delicious food, enchanting atmosphere and outstanding service.