Cuban Kitchen is family owned and operated by Christopher and Cristina. Cuban Kitchen is a Cuban-American inspired casual dining restaurant serving authentic Cuban coffee, lunch and dinner. It is the first of Bend's kind. Come in and try the flavorful Cuban dishes ranging from slow cooked pork and Cuban press to our scrumptious sides including plantains, yuca, black beans and rice.
Located in a craftsman bungalow on the Westside of Bend you’ll find Ariana. This beautiful little gem in the heart of Oregon has become known for Chef Andres and Ariana Fernandez’ fresh perspectives on classic dishes. Known for utilizing the bounty of culinary products available in the northwest as well as local farmers and purveyors in Central Oregon. An extensive wine list highlights selections from Oregon and Washington. Our signature cocktails make use of distinctive spirits and liqueurs. We cannot wait to share our food and home with you, we look forward to serving you.
In our sixth annual list, we are honoring eateries from across the US that rank so highly in the Yelp community’s opinion that they earned the status of “must try this year.” From suburban staples to your new favorite hole-in-the-wall, this year’s list runs the gamut of dining experiences across the United States. Returning favorites this year include Bangers and Brews (no. 1, famous for their bangers and mash), Yardie Spice (no. 10, a Miami mainstay with their Caribbean menu) and TKB Bakery & Deli (no. 37 with its delectable sandwiches). Whether you’re looking for a tasty tapas spot or a fresh pasta, there’s something for every taste and budget on the list.
Foxtail Bakeshop & Kitchen "culinary magic" - The New York Times
Spork started in 2009 as a globally-inspired green-conscious mobile streetfood kitchen housed in a 1962 Airstream Tradewind that sailed the streets and events of Central Oregon serving creative delicious global cuisine and was voted Best Chow Cart in Bend every year in the Source Reader Poll. In 2013 we added a 50 seat (plus patio) brick and mortar casual counter service location on NW Newport Avenue (at 10th) in Bend that's festive and open daily for lunch, dinner, and cocktails and aims to bring inspired food, drink, ambiance and hospitality to a casual setting.
Barrio is a Latin inspired restaurant serving lunch, dinner and happy hour in downtown bend, Oregon. Here, you'll find bold, flavorful food, craft cocktails, daily specials, and friendly, approachable, service.
Traditionally a very rural cuisine, Northern Thai food is an experience for all five senses. We never frown on using your hands as utensils – just don’t expect chopsticks here!
The most significant difference with Northern Thai fair is that nearly every meal is accompanied with ‘khao niew’, sticky Jasmine rice meant for eating with your hands. Best enjoyed when formed into small croquettes, the sticky rice is dipped in the fresh chili pastes and sauces that are most prominent in Chiang Mai and its surrounding areas. Fresh and crunchy vegetables are served with every sauce, dip, and paste.
Our travels through Mexico combined with Pacific NW culture have created our unique style and approach. We are as resourceful as possible, from the use of recycled materials to help create all of our carts and locations, to cooking in the most energy efficient way in the world (Rocket Stove, Oh Yeah)!!
In 2010, El Sancho took root as one of the first local food carts in downtown Bend. A couple years later we created our taco shack at Pak-It Liquidators, our junkyard oasis. After Pak-It closed we moved the cart and remnants of the shack to its current location at Crux Brewery. Our taco shop, in NE Bend, is our chance to create a permanent home and headquarters for El Sancho. Come kick back at any of our locations and also look for us at our favorite local events and festivals.
At Jackson’s Corner we believe in local, humane, organic, etc. not to be trendy, but because we believe that is possible for a sustainable food system to exist. It is so easy these days to take advantage of the industrial farming system and reap the potential benefits for profitability. But we believe in conscious sourcing of food. It is better for our own health and our communities. We believe that it is possible to support your local farmer within a restaurant. We love food. We love coffee. We love meeting the people who walk in our doors every day. We are so thankful for each and every person who has helped make Jackson’s Corner possible.