While Mt. Bachelor offers guests high quality breakfast and lunch items, and an exceptional on-mountain dining experience in the Pine Marten Lodge, nearby Bend, Ore. is an unassuming dining mecca. Bend offers just about every dining experience from modern American comfort food to Thai to classic steakhouse fare, all of which will please the most discerning foodies.
If you’re in the mood for classic American dishes with a fresh take, then make a reservation at Drake. This Wall Street restaurant serves up everything from daily seafood and pasta specials to fries and Southern comfort food to creative salads and healthy sides, like grilled kale and roasted beets. If you’re looking to refuel your body after a long, satisfying day on Mt. Bachelor’s slopes, then a reservation at The Brickhouse is in order. This steakhouse is located on Minnesota Avenue and offers Northwest-raised steaks and local, seasonal seafood, all with an exceptional view of the Deschutes River. Don’t-miss items include bacon-wrapped sea scallops, fresh Dungeness crab cakes, truffle fries and any of the steak cuts. Wine enthusiasts will be pleased with Brickhouse’s wine list.
If you’re taste buds trend towards spicy you have plenty of options. Among them is Barrio on Minnesota Avenue. This uber popular Latin/Spanish restaurant serves up incredible tapas sure to please well-traveled guests. The paella is also well-loved item, and prices are reasonable. If you have a hankering for Asian food during your Mt. Bachelor ski vacation head to Noi on Franklin Street. Their curries and specialty items are not to be missed and include fresh halibut and trout prepared with Thai spices.
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