From its humble roots, Fin and Fire has grown into Central Oregon’s premier destination fly-fishing shop. Brands like Sage, Winston, Simms, Hatch, and Patagonia are just some of what you’ll find inside. And, as Redmond’s only fly-fishing outfitter, Fin and Fire serves as the gateway to the Lower Deschutes and Crooked rivers, offering full and half-day guided trips. Add in a growler fill station with 36 rotating taps and full line of Traeger smokers and it adds up to more than just a fly shop. It’s a way of life.
Tortilleria Reyes is a small, authentic Mexican eatery, bakery and grocery store located not too far from Mt Bachleor on South Highway 97 in Bend. Owners Carlos and Martha Reyes of Michoacán, Mexico, started the business in 2003 as a simple tortilleria, which has now expanded into a popular and authentic Mexican dining experience in Central Oregon.
Where they utilize only the finest ingredients available for all of their food and brewing activities, while striving to impress even the most sensitive of palates, their menu of excellent yet casual and unpretentious pub food is served in a family-friendly, smoke-free environment that all patrons will enjoy. Their old west livery stable provides a comfortable, warm and rustic atmosphere that includes a full restaurant, 10 barrel brewing system, comfortable bar area complete with large screen TV’s and pool tables as well as a large patio for the enjoyment of their hand crafted ales.
The Old St. Francis School, conveniently located in the center of downtown Bend, has undergone a transformation from 1936 Catholic schoolhouse to lively destination hotel complete with classrooms-turned-lodging rooms, a pub, brewery and bakery, a movie theater, private meeting and event space and a truly fantastic soaking pool that beckons day travelers, shoppers, hikers, skiers and snowboarders alike.
Located on Bend’s Westside. They take their name from the lifestyle that most Bend-ites live. With tons of recreation, sprinkled with hard work and friends make living in Bend truly the GoodLife. The 30 Barrel Brewhouse and fermentation area are the focal point of the huge viewing windows looking out from within the Bier Hall (their Tasting Room) where you can grab a pint of not only their delicious brew but some of their favorite breweries as well. With 5-7 rotating guest taps you’re sure to find a brew to make your GoodLife.