to the Trailhead, which offers sandwiches, wraps and pizzas throughout the day. The Dish: Chanterelle is open June through September on select dates. Cascada is open May 1 through June 15 from 3-8p.m. and 3-9p.m. from June 16 through Labor Day. The Trailhead is open daily from 7:30 a.m.-3 p.m. from May 1 through June 15 and 7:30 a.m.-8 p.m. from June 16-Labor Day.
Red Dragon CHINESE 61247 S Hwy 97. 541-389-9888. $ The Red Dragon offers Szechuan, Hunan, Mongolian, Cantonese and American fare in a casual environment. The portions are generous and the service efficient. The lunch specials are appropriately priced at $5.75 and include hot & sour or egg drop soup, vegetable lo mein or crab puffs and pork fried rice. The egg drop soup was a bit of a disappointment having the consistency of gravy and served with saltine crackers. However the Szechuan shrimp was both spicy and abundant and the lo mein noodles were light, well flavored and delicious. The Dish: Lunch and dinner daily. Happy hour Mon.–Fri., 4-6 p.m.
The Restaurant at Awbrey Glen NEW AMERICAN 2500 NW Awbrey Glen Dr. 541-317-2885. awbreyglen.com
$$ The public restaurant at the private Awbrey Glen Golf Club is geared toward the post- greens crowd, but offers a relaxing and out-of-the-way spot even for those who don't own a five-iron. The bar features a massive mid-room fireplace and continental cuisine in a comfortable dining room, as well as a beautiful deck overlooking the greens with spectacular views of the Cascades. The Dish: Outdoor seating, children's menu, breakfast Sun., lunch Tues.-Sun. and dinner Wed.-Sun., closed Mon.
Riverside Market AMERICAN 285 NW Riverside Blvd. 541-389-0646. Bendriversidemarket.com
$ A casual café and corner store, the Riverside Market has had its ups and downs, but with its recent purchase by John and Melanie Gaipo, Riverside might have become the friendliest neighborhood market in Bend. The Gaipos have started selling fresh fruits and vegetables in addition to the usual convenience store offerings of snacks, paper goods and over-the-counter remedies. They’ve expanded the beer selection in bottles as well as on tap. They have 14 local and regional beers (including the entire Boneyard Beer aresenal), as well as kombucha and mate. Melanie added a few healthier items such as a turkey BLT burger and BBQ chicken salad. But you can still stop in for Papa’s Tacos – a deep-fried taco filled with mashed potatoes and bacon. The Dish: Open daily from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. Sun – Thurs, and 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. Fri and Sat.
Scanlon’s PACIFIC NORTHWEST 61615 Athletic Club Dr. 541-385-3062. athleticclubofbend.com/dining
$$-$$$ We’d love to tell you to run out and enjoy the casual elegance of Scanlon’s, the quintessentially Bend restaurant where sweatpants-clad moms mix with date night diners in formalwear, but we can’t— Scanlon’s is closed temporarily. However, there’s good news. Scanlon’s will re-open in early June with a new menu that focuses on fresh and locally sourced ingredients. Expect more healthy options on the menu, but here’s
hoping that this health club holds onto its prime rib. The Dish: Reopening in June. Patio seating; children’s menu, full bar, lounge open daily 3 p.m. – close; dinner daily.
Seasons at Seventh Mountain Resort PACIFIC NORTHWEST
18575 SW Century Dr. 541-693-9143. seventhmountain.com
$$$ Located at the refurbished Seventh Mountain Resort, Seasons serves up creative takes on traditional proteins like steaks, pork chops and fish. The chef keeps things fresh with a seasonally rotating menu focused on fresh regional ingredients. The extensive wine list offers more than 300 different bottles and specializes in wines from the Northwest and California. The Dish: Children's menu daily. Dinner Wed-Sat. only until June 1. Dinner daily June-Sept.
Sidelines Sports Bar and Grill SPORTS BAR
1020 NW Wall St. 541-385-8898. $ If you’re downtown on a fall Saturday or Sunday and you want to see a football game, there’s one place where you can be almost certain that your game will be on, and that’s Sidelines. The spacious two-level bar and grill on Wall Street offers a reliable pub-style menu during lunch and dinner with an ample selection of burgers, sandwiches, wings and other items. One of the highlights of this longstanding establishment is their breakfast menu that’s super popular with the locals who want to catch the early games and fill up on the big portions Sidelines is known to dish out. The Dish: Breakfast, lunch and dinner daily. Happy hour 4-6 p.m. daily, 10 p.m.-close Sun-Thu.
Silver Moon Brewing BREWPUB 24 NW Greenwood Ave. 541-388-8331. silvermoonbrewing.com
$ This comfortable, neighborhood hangout and brewpub started as little more than a home brew shop and small-scale brewery and has grown into one of Bend’s craft brewing successes without the benefit of a venture capitalist. It also happens to be the go-to place for many Bend locals who know that Silver Moon has been quietly but steadily concocting some of the best local beers around Bend. Expect to find several rotating flavors of beer on tap, free pool and foosball, and a menu of sandwiches, Angus chuck burgers, German brats, quesadillas, salads and fresh made soups and stews. There's something for everyone at Silver Moon. If you just want to graze, you can’t go wrong with the BBQ pulled pork nachos. The Dish: Sidewalk seating. $2.50 pints all day Monday. Lunch and dinner daily, late- night and event menu.
Summit Saloon & Stage AMERICAN/ PUB
125 NW Oregon Ave. 541-749-2440. summitsaloon.com
$-$$ This centrally located bar and restaurant arrived on the scene with a solid pedigree and has since merged with its sister restaurant, the well-loved Downtowner. Burgers, fries and other pub standbys are the order of the day with an emphasis on fresh ingredients and flavor. Locals can also find all their old Downtowner favorites like Katie’s Chicken Salad and handmade soups daily. If you’re looking for a frosty Bronson to wash down your happy hour burger, you’re in the right
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