Fresh ingredients, attention to detail and great service make McKay Cottage Restaurant one of Bend’s best breakfast and lunch destinations. Warm muffins, homemade scones, cinnamon rolls and pecan sticky buns along with freshly baked desserts greet you at the door. Award-winning food and service await inside. McKay Cottage is a casual, elegant neighborhood restaurant nestled in a beautifully restored historic craftsman cottage — former home of Bend pioneers Clyde and Olive McKay and their son Senator Gordon McKay. Relocated to O.B. Riley Road across from the Deschutes River and restored to its original quiet grandeur, the McKay Cottage Restaurant is now home to Bend’s best creative comfort food. Learn more about McKay Cottage photo courtesy of McKay Cottage
Jen’s Garden is an intimate cottage offering a dining experience inspired by southern France. Pursue culinary adventure with a five-course, three-course or à la carte dinner. Dishes are created using the freshest regional ingredients matched with a carefully constructed selection of European and domestic wines and beers.
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.
“Our mission is to create menu offerings from fresh, locally sourced and organically grown ingredients prepared in a manner to enhance your health and wellness. We strive to be an important part in your daily choice for fitness, fresh food and fine wines. Taste Life!” Owner, Tim Wiper. Using only the finest Northwest and imported products, the Exhibition Style Kitchen burns cherry wood from Hood River. Premium Wines, Spirits and Selected Microbrews are offered to compliment Scanlon’s unique faire. Designed with the discriminating customer in mind, food is prepared with care and served with style. Scanlon’s is the perfect place for a business lunch, get together with friends, or a casual meeting place. The regular dinner menu offers some of the best cuisine in Bend, and chef, Billy Knudson features nightly specials that are simply outstanding.
In the heart of the historic Old Mill District, Greg’s Grill is amid movie theaters, galleries and great shopping. The cuisine includes rotisserie prime rib, choice steaks, seafood, and chicken prepared on the applewoodand mesquite-fired grill. Floor-to-ceiling windows overlook beautifully landscaped patios, the Deschutes River and the Cascades. Enjoy good times with friends and family at Greg’s Grill.
La Rosa’s Mexican restaurant is a Bend favorite and is located on the Westside in Northwest Crossing’s Town Center. High quality ingredients, authentic Mexican food and great service. Open daily for dining in or taking out. One of Bend’s few late night dining choices. La Rosa was voted best Mexican food in Bend by The Source for 5 years.
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.
The inspiration for 900 Wall comes from its sincere desire to be a strong part of the Central Oregon community. 900 Wall brings its guests outstanding food, drinks and service in a comfortable and social atmosphere. A gathering place for any special occasion, 900 Wall is not afraid to have a lot of fun. Check out 900 Wall’s fine selection of sparkling wines by the glass. The happy hour at 900 Wall is to die for.
Through 1859 Explore, stay at the base of the Three Sisters Mountains for an ultimate Oregon getaway at FivePine Lodge. Voted Bend Living’s “Best place for Romance in Central Oregon”, its rooms provide privacy and serenity. From the Craftsman lodge to private cabins, they have created an experience that is anything but common. All hardwood furnishings at FivePine are hand built by Amish Craftsman in small barns and wood shops. Their Kohler Purist tubs are filled by waterfall. Each room is complimented with a fireplace, 42-inch Plasma screen and DVD player. From hand painted tile to hand carved chess sets, you will find it all in your private retreat. Guests receive a complimentary morning deluxe coffee and tea service, nightly wine reception, use of the outdoor pool and full access to the 16,000-square-foot Sisters Athletic Club. Take advantage of the campus wide wired and wireless internet. Most important is FivePine’s…