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began as an improvisation inspired by brothers Kurt and Rob’s love of German style beers. Brewed with golden wheat, Hefe’s unique cloudy look, bold flavors and citrus notes defined the American style Hefeweizen. Multiple awards and nearly three decades later, Hefe remains the gold standard.

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Velvet Mate Mojito with coconut rum, Yerbe Mate, house made lemonade, simple syrup, soda water, 7up, muddle mint & lemons. Velvet, 805 NW Wall St.



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Listings Patio Season! Central Oregon Breweries Because we know that many of you are highly evolved individuals—at least, speaking in terms of your use of technology—the Cocktail Compass is not just a paper product, something to stash in the desk drawer at home, and consult before heading out on Friday evening; no, it is also an app as highly evolved as you are.

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900 Wall The Hoser, Crown Royal, Som Tamarind drinking vinegar, bitters, lemon, ginger beer, piedmont cherry. 900 Wall, 900 Wall St.

Oh sure, we are a newspaper, but that does not confine us to paper products. On Page 11, find the very simple details about how to download the Cocktail Compass app. But we also know that some of you are like us and still love a print copy of your information, so we have shuffled little treats throughout this booklet: short reviews about our favorite bars and restaurants, details about the when and wheres of Happy Hours (we assume you know why); and, for those more visually-inspired, photos of favorite drinks at our favorite drinking holes. Yup, this Cocktail Compass is equally useful, whether you are New School or Old School. Happy happy houring!

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5 Fusion & Sushi Bar, 821 NW Wall St. #100, 541-323-2328. Monday-Friday 4-6pm

Drinks: $3 beers, $6 cocktails, $5 wines. Food: $5-$6 assorted appetizers and sushi rolls. Keep happy hour classy when you do it here. Voted Best Happy Hour in Bend multiple times by Source readers, 5 Fusion pleases the foodie palate and offers a nice specialty drink menu. Great sake selection, tranquil atmosphere, award-winning chef. 10 Below, 10 NW Minnesota Ave., 541-382-1010. Daily 4-6pm and 9pm-11pm.

Drinks: $5 drafts, $5 house wine, $5 various cocktails. Food: $5 seasonal vegetable tempura, $5-$9 pork belly sliders, $3 fried rosemary, sage and parmesan fries. Live like the other half any day of the week when you head on down to the basement level of the Oxford Hotel. A simple but elegant happy hour menu coupled with fancy décor? Yes, please! 900 Wall, 900 NW Wall St., 541-323-6295. Daily 3-6pm. Drinks: $5 house red and

white wine, $3 tall boys, $4 drafts, $4.50 greyhound. Food: $5 Caesar salad, $1.50 oysters, $5 fried green beans. Located in the heart of downtown, Bend 900 Wall offers a very extensive wine list of over 200 labels as well as specialty cocktails with a liquor selection that is equally as extensive and diverse. Upscale, yet approachable. Amanda’s, 744 NW Bond St., 541-322-8916. Daily 3-6pm.

Drinks: $4 drafts, $5 house margaritas. Food: $7 chicken wings, $7 super nachos, $5 Mexican pizza. Anthony’s

10 Barrel Nitro Irish Stout Dry Stout, 10 Barrel, 1135 NW Galveston Ave., 475 SW Powerhouse Dr., 541-389-8998. Daily 3-6:30pm.

Drinks: $3.50 drafts, $5.50 mixed drinks, $5 and $7.50 wines. Food: $5 bar burger, $6 Manila clams, $6 Hawaiian ahi nachos, $6 baked crab shrimp and artichoke dip. Astro Lounge 939 NW Bond St. 541-388-0116. Mon.- Sat. 4-7pm.

Drinks: Specials everyday $4 wines. Food: 20 items under $8.



Crux Outkast, Better Off Red (aged in barrels), Crux, 50 SW Division St.

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happy hour on the deschutes

Awbrey Glen Restaurant, 2500 NW Awbrey Glen, 541-385-6011. Wed.-Sun. 3:30-6pm.

Drinks: $1 off draft beers. Wine selections $4.75. Baldy’s, Westside - 235 SW Century Dr., 541385-7427, Eastside – Hwy 20 and 27th St 541-388-4227, Redmond 950 SW Veterans Way, Ste. 100, 541-923-2271. - All 3 locations Mon.-Fri. 3-6pm.

Drinks: $3 wells, $2.75 beers Food: 20% off all appetizers.

Bamboo Room at Hong Kong Restaurant, 530 SE 3rd St., 541-389-8209. Mon.-Fri. 4-7pm; Sat.- Sun. 3-7pm.

Drinks: $1 well liquors $.25 off beers. This tucked away, downstairs oasis has some of the stiffest drinks in town, not to mention heavy handed helpings of Chinese food from the upstairs eatery and a sampling of Bend’s best automated video poker machines. Barrio Bend, 163 NW Minnesota Ave. 541-389-2025. Tues.-Sun. 3-5pm.

3 - 6 pm Daily 475 SW Powerhouse Drive Bend, OR 97702 541.389.8998 •

Drinks: $5 cocktails and sangria. Food: $2.50 all tacos, $6 Barrio nachos, $8 paella. Barrio draws form Mexican, Spanish and South American cuisines to create Latin-inspired dishes that will make you feel like you’re traveling abroad. Try the paella, a house-made sangria, and don’t forget to leave room for a bread pudding that you’ll dream about. Bend Brewing Co., 1019 NW Brooks St., 541-3831599. Mon.-Fri. 4-6pm. Locals’ Night Tues. 4pm-close.

Drinks: $2.75 pints Tues. only Food: Half-price appetizers. Mondays, $5 Margaritas. $10 Burger & Pint– Weekday lunch till 2pm. Mere blocks away from the hustle and bustle of the downtown core, with a view of the Deschutes, Bend Brewing Company is a solid spot for postwork pints and nachos. All the perks of a dive bar, only light, clean and with well-crafted pub fare. Blacksmith Restaurant and Bar, 211 NW Greenwood Ave., 541-318-0588. Tue.-Sat. 4-6pm, 9pm-close. All Day Sunday and Monday.

Drinks: $4 well drinks and $1 off all other cocktails, $5 house wine. Food: $6 sliders, $6 mac & cheese flight, $6 Caesar salad. Brickhouse, 5 NW Minnesota Ave, 541-728-0334. Daily until 6pm.

Happy Hour 3pm – Close Daily

Tasty Food. Spectacular view.


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Drinks: $4 wells, $5 wines, $5-$6 martinis. Food: $5 Thai chicken, $7 fish tacos, $9 brick oven pizza. A classic steakhouse, this dignified eatery serves a crisp and clean martini—unless, you want it dirty! Broken Top Bottle Shop, 1740 NW Pence Lane, 541-728-0703. Mon. 5pm-close.

Drinks: $1 off drafts and wine by the glass. Tues $1 off first pint if you wear BTBS apparel. $2 if you buy a shirt or hat. Wed only, 6 pm-close, $2 off wine by the glass. With a constantly rotating tap selection of a dozenplus craft and specialty beers, this downhome tavern also has cooler after cooler filled with great beer selections.

Ariana Manhattan, Raspberry Bellini, Pinot Noir. Ariana, 1304 NW Galveston Ave.


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Patio Season

Zydeco Jalapeño Cilantro Margarita, wtih house infused jalapeño cilantro tequila. Zydeco, 919 NW Bond St.

10 Barrel, 1135 NW Galveston Ave. & Brother Jon’s, 1227 NW Galveston Ave. These extremely popular Galveston eateries and drinkeries both offer up excellent spots to park (not literal car parking, that’s nearly impossible) for a dinner or a few brews on a summer evening. Anthony’s, 475 SW Powerhouse Dr. & Gregg’s Grill, 395 SW Powerhouse Dr. The Old Mill has plenty of riverside patio seating including back patios facing west toward Les Schwab Amphitheater, and a prime view of paddleboarders. Astro Lounge, 939 NW Bond St. The occasional back patio fire-in-a-trash-can is all the more reason (we think) to spend some time out back of the magnetically hip spot for 20- and 30-somethings. Bend Brewing Company, 1019 NW Brooks St. Around 4 pm the sun should be rounding the corner to hit the BBC back patio in full force. Crow’s Feet Commons, 875 NW Brooks St. An ideal spot to sip a coffee overlooking Drake Park and the Deschutes River. An extensive menu of craft beers doesn’t hurt the easy-going patio’s appeal. Crux, 50 SW Division St. Sunset Special (a half hour before and after the sun goes down). Dojo, 852 NW Brooks St. A stylish fire pit, and subtle and delicious raw fish dishes with a side of Japanese whiskey sounds pretty great for a lazy dog afternoon.

There is no reason to not be outdoors every minute of every day of the summer. Couple your afternoon drinking with sunshine and all of its vitamin D infusing glory, lounging on Bend’s numerous and lush patios. Or, snuggle under a pincushion of evening stars, warming with a whiskey.

GoodLife, 70 SW Century Dr. With a well-kept courtyard and an abundance of yard games, GoodLife’s side patio is the fun-loving spot to be, especially on Locals Night (Thursday), when beers are only $3! The Lot, 745 NW Columbia St. Rookie of the Year for the Source’s Best Restaurant of the Year, the fire pits and trivia nights and bustle make this a beehive of Bend activity. Old Mill Brew Wërks, 803 SW Industrial Way The high-class pub fare menu and backslapping friendly service, plus a luminous patio overlooking the Deschutes River make this tucked away pub a favortie of locals and tourits. Riverside Market, 285 NW Riverside Blvd. Downhome patio living at this locals’ choice. An affordable alternative to touristfilled brewery patios with trashcan fires in the cool evenings, and an expansive picnic table graveyard set up during the summer, the market’s yard is sunned the day through. Wall Street, 917 NW Wall St. The people watching is half the appeal of this hole-in-the-wall downtown hangout. Worthy Brewing, 495 NE Bellevue Dr. Fire pits and clever pizzas complement the well-crafted beers, and go well on a sprawling outdoor patio that is surprisingly intimate.



Cabin 22, 25 SW Century Dr, 541-306-3322. Mon-Fri 3-5pm

Drinks: $1 off beer and wells, $4 wines. Food: Five Items at $5—Rosemary blue fries, smoked bacon guacamole, house wonton chips, waffle brats, jalapeno crab puffs, house margherita pizza. Cascade Lakes Brewing Co., 1441 SW Chandler Ave., Ste. 100 541-388-4998. Mon.-Fri. 4-6pm.

Drinks: Drink speicals. Food: $5 appetizers. Tue. $3.75 margaritas and $2.75 tacos. Locals’ night Wed. $3.75 pints 6-10pm. With a heated patio outside and pool and darts inside, a great way station after a paddle or peddle. Cascade West Grub and Ale House 64 SW Century Dr., 541-389-1853. Mon.-Fri. 4-6pm.

Drinks: $2.75 domestics, $3.25 micros, $11.50 micro pitchers. $8.75 domestic pitchers. Chocolate Element, 916 NW Wall St., 541-323-3277. Tues-Fri 4-6pm (Sat. 3 pm-6 pm).

Drinks: $1 off all wines, beers and martinis. Food: $1 off all cakes, brownies and chocolate samplers, $3 hummus plate, $5 olive bowl, $6 cured meat plate. Country Catering, 900 SE Wilson Ave., 541-383-5014.

Friday 4:30pm-8pm all-you-can-eat barbecue for $10.95 with the purchase of a drink. Corey’s Bar & Grill



LOCAL MICRO BREW GREAT ON TAP - $3.50 APPETIZER MENU FEATURING: Italian Nachos Fried Calamari Sicilian Fire Sticks Hand-Made Pizzas

$4 and up

928 NW Wall St., 541-317-1468. Mon.-Fri. 4-6pm.

Drinks: $3.75 micros. Teeming with locals, Corey’s is at its best during weekly karaoke nights (Corey-oke, if you will). Unbeatable people watching, friendly waitstaff and classic drinks aplenty. Crossings at the Riverhouse, 3075 N Business 97, 541-389-3111. Daily 4-6pm.

Drinks: $9 Bend microbrew sampler with five local brews. Food: Half-price appetizers. Crux Fermentation Project, 50 SW Division St., 541-385-3333. Daily during the half hour before and after sunset.

Drinks: $1 off beer, $1 off half pints. Food: $2 off all starters. One of the city’s most popular places to watch the sunset, with deals 30 minutes before/after sunset, and a lawn full of corn hole games. Oh right, and sophisticated beers, with multiple awards to back up their claims. Not to mention one of the best grilled cheese sandwiches in the area, with cheese on the inside and outside; bread crusted in toasted asiago-cheese! D&D Bar & Grill 927 NW Bond St., 541-382-4592. Mon.-Fri. 4-7pm.

63455 N Hwy 97. #118, Bend, OR 97701

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Drinks: $4.25 wells, or $4.50 w/juice. $4 micros, $3 domestics, $2.75 PBR. Bend’s oldest and most notorious bar, the D&D is a classic diner-style watering hole with heavy handed pours that remain a mainstay for the Friday and Saturday night bar hopping crowd.

Victorian Cafe Proud Mary (House Made Bloody Mary Mix, House Infused Pepper Vodka); Victorian CafĂŠ, 1404 NW Galveston Ave.



Deschutes Brewery Public House

Greg’s Grill, 1044 NW Bond St., 541-382-9242. Locals’ night: Mon. 4:30pm-close., 395 SW Powerhouse Dr., 541-382-2200. Daily 3pm-close in the bar and lounge.

Drinks: $3.50 pints. Food: Burgers starting at $6.50, $4 fries, $5 sweet potato fries. The Subaru Outback of breweries--reliable and straightforward. Being the first brewery in Bend they need no introduction and are still serving up some of the best craft beers and food around. Dogwood Cocktail Cabin, 147 NW Minnesota Ave., 541-706-9949. Mon-Thur. & Sun. 4pm-12am Fri-Sat 4pm-1am

Drinks: $4 off Dogwood martinis 4pm-6pm Food: Daily specials 4pm-6pm & 10pm-close. Artisan cocktails and tasty small plates abound at this hip rustic downtown “cabin.” Come for Cabin Fever (aka Happy Hour) and enjoy one of their many inspired cocktails from the “Poco Loco” to a “Thai One On.” You’ll never see cocktails the same again. Dojo, 852 NW Brooks St., 541-706-9091. Mon.-Sat. 4-6pm.

Drinks: $3 Kirin draft, $4 well cocktails, $7 hot sake. Food: $2-$8, including Asian-style sweet potato fries, green papaya salad and pork belly steamed buns. Classy, but far from dull, Dojo serves up fancy cocktails and Asian-inspired appetizers that are easily their own attraction. Drake, 801 NW Wall St., 541-306-3366. Daily 3:30-5:30pm.

Drinks: $3 off all specialty cocktails, $5 well drinks, $2 Coors Light, $4 Boneyard IPA. Food: Specials. El Caporal, 2570 NE Twin Knolls Dr., 541-318-1492. Daily 3-6pm, 9pm–close.

Drinks: $2.75 domestics, $3.75 draft, $3.75 small margarita, $3.75 well drinks. Food: $1 off appetizers. El Rancho Grande, 63455 N Hwy 97, Ste. 23, 541-312-2022. Daily 2:30-6pm, 8:30pm-close.

Drinks: $2.99 wells and imports, $2.75 domestics, $3.25 small margarita, $4.75 16 oz. margarita. Food: $3.99 fish tacos, $1.99 crispy tacos. El Rodeo Cantina 785 SE 3rd St., 541-617-5952. Mon.-Fri. 3-6pm.

Drinks: $1 off drafts, imports and margaritas. Food: Half-price appetizers. Flatbread Community Oven, 375 SW Powerhouse Dr., Ste. 130, 541-728-0600. Daily 3-6pm. 9-close Fridays and Saturdays.

Drinks: $3.50 select drafts, $5.50-$6.50 wine. Food: $3.50-$6.50 small pizzas. GoodLife Brewing Co., 70 SW Century Ave., 541-7280749. Locals Night: Thu. all day (drink specials only). Mon.-Fri. 3-5pm.

Drinks: $3 pints, $7 growler fills. Food: $4 bacon squares, $6 chicken wings. Open and relaxed cafe-styled, GoodLife is as it names promotes—easy going and pleasant.

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Drinks: $4.50 micros, $2.75 Coors Light. Food: $7.45 carnitas nachos, $5.95 Baja fish tacos, $8.95 (2) mini prime rib dips. The Hideaway, 939 SE 2nd St., 541-312-9898. Mon.-Fri. 4-6pm.

Drinks: $1 off drafts, wells and wines,$3 off pitchers, $2 daily shots. Food: $3 off small pizzas. It’s not often that sports bars and great food play nicely together, but Hideway has figured it out. Hola!, 680 SW Powerhouse Dr. (Old Mill), 541647-2711/ 2670 NE Hwy. 20 (East side Forum) 541-3894652/ 920 NW Bond St. (Downtown), 541-728-0069/ 57235 River Rd. (Sunriver), 541-593-8880. 514 NW Greenwood Ave (Redmond), (541) 923-7290. Mon.-Fri. 3-6pm.

Drinks: $2 off margaritas and mojitos, $3 beer. Food: $3 off all appetizers. Jackson’s Corner, 845 NW Delaware Ave., 541647-2198. Daily 3-5pm.

Drinks: $1 off beers on tap and house wines. This family-friendly Bend staple is a great place to gather for a meal and plentiful supply of refreshments day or night. You can even grab a gallon of milk if you’re on your way home. JC’s Bar & Grill 642 NW Franklin Ave., 541-383-3000. Mon.-Fri. 3-6pm.

Drinks: $1 off drafts and wells. Food: $3 food menu. Located on Franklin Avenue right in downtown Bend, JC’s is home to great drinks, large portions of food and an assortment of games like pool, shuffle board and life-size Jenga! Johnny’s Bar at Carino’s, 63455 N Hwy 97, 541-318-6300. Mon.-Fri. 2pm-close, all day Sat.-Sun.

Drinks: $3.50 micros, $4 wells, $5 wine, $5 drink specials, $5 Absolute or Bombay martini. Food: $4-$8 small plates. Joolz, 916 NW Wall St., 541-388-5094. Daily 4-9pm at the bar. 4-6pm all other tables.

Drinks: $5-7 Variety of fresh, hand-squeezed, cocktails. Food: $5 fried fingerlings with smoked sea salt and garlic sauce, $9 forbidden rice bowl with Moroccan chicken, black rice, tabbouleh, tzatziki, toasted almonds and pine nuts. JU:NO

133 SW Century Dr. #204, 808-226-7369. Tue-Thur 8 pmclose. Drinks: $4 sake, $3.50 Japanese beer. Food:

Izakaya-style appetizer from $2.45, sushi from $2.45, fresh Nigiri, sashimi, various rolls. Kanpai, 990 NW Newport Ave., 541-388-4636. Daily 4-5:30pm.

Drinks: $5 wines, $8 sake, $1 off martinis. Food: $2 oysters, $1 mussels and discounted sushi menu.

Parrilla Grill Margarita & PBR, Parrilla Grill, 635 NW 14th St.



Central Oregon Brewery Directory Even in the summertime when your shoes are off, you won’t have enough digits to count all of Central Oregon’s breweries (hint: it is more than 20).

Bend Brewing Company

Bend 10 Barrel Brewing

1135 NW Galveston Ave., 541-678-5228 Summer suggestion: Swill makes a superb summer drink by being light-bodied, low in alcohol, moderately sweet and a bit tart.

1019 NW Brooks St., 541-383-1599 Pre-tubing: Scarlet Imperial Red

Bridge 99

available at Wubba’s BBQ Shack, 63055 Layton Ave.; growler fill stations. Goes with fishing: Bull Trout Stout.

Cascade Lakes Brewing Company

Boneyard Beer

1441 SW Chandler Ave., Bend, 541-388-4998; 2141 SW 1st St., Redmond, 541-388-4998 Goes with bikinis: Blonde Bombshell

37 NW Lake Pl., 541-323-2325 Popular at barbecues: RPM IPA

Crux Fermentation Project

Brew Wërks Brewing 803 SW Industrial Way, 541-633-7670 Great with fireworks: Rabble-Rouser Imperial Red Ale

Below Grade Brewing Company

available at local bottle shops, 541-280-5704 Post-canoeing: Identity Crisis Sour IPA

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50 SW Division St., 541-385-3333 Great summer drink: Off Leash is full of pleasant contrasts with low alcohol (4.5% ABV), but also strong aromatics, big flavor but a short, crisp finish.

Deschutes Brewery 1044 NW Bond St., 541-382-9242 Summer standard: Mirror Pond is a textbook representation of American pale ale...literally. The Beer Judge Certification Program lists it in its style guidelines as one of the best representations of the style.

GoodLife Brewing Company

70 SW Century Dr., 541-728-0749 Late afternoon suds: Dry Hop Pale Ale pronounces the hop and hides the malt flavor.


Old St. Francis 700 NW Bond St., 541-382-5174 Out on the terrace with: Ruby Red

Oblivion Brewing Co. available at growler fill stations Chilling on the patio, under a clear night sky: Polar Star Pale

Platypus Pub

1203 NE Third St., 541-323-3282 Can’t go wrong: Pale Ale

Rat Hole Brewing

384 SW Upper Terrace Dr., 541-389-2739 Wash down potato salad with: Rotation Red Ale

RiverBend Brewing & Sports Pub 2650 NE Division St. 541-550-7550. Drink this: Imperial IPA

Silver Moon Brewing 24 NW Greenwood Ave., 541-388-8331 Goes well with baseball: Pilsner

The Ale Apothecary 61517 River Rd. (available at local bottle shops), 541-318-9143 Drink this: Sahalie

Worthy Brewing

495 NE Bellevue Ave., 541-639-4776 Wash off the dust from a Pilot Butte hike with: East Side Pale Ale; a pleasant contradiction of a dry finish, but lingering caramel-malt flavor, a crowd pleaser.

Sunriver Brewing Company

57100 Beaver Dr., Sunriver, 541-593-3007 Tastes great on the back 9: Fuzz Tail Hef

Three Creeks Brewery


721 S. Desperado Ct. Sisters, 541-549-1963 Drink this: Stonefly Rye

Juniper Brewing

Wild Ride Brewing

1950 SW Badger Ave. Suite 103, Redmond, 541-548-2739 Drink this: Milk Man Wit

Phat Matt’s Brewing 580 NE Hemlock, Redmond, 541-316-5551 Drink this: Kolsch Ale

Shade Tree Brewing Redmond

332 SW 5th St., Redmond, (541) 516-8544 Drink this: Fly P.A. (an India Pale Ale)

Cider & Sangria (they’re gluten-free.)

Atlas Cider Co.

900 SE Wilson Ave. Ste. H

available at growler fill stations Cool off with: Mustang Pale Ale

Bend, available at growler fill stations Summer picnic suggestion: Hard Pomegranate-Cherry Cider, a sweet but tart lightly carbonated sipper.

Smith Rock Brewing Company

Red Tank Cider

546 NW 7th St., Redmond, 541-279-7005 Cool off rope burn with: Smith Rock Brewing Porter

Solstice Brewing Company

234 N Main St., Prineville, 541233-0883 Balance summer out with: Prinetucky Plae Ale

840 SE Woodland Ave. #185Bend, available at

growler fill stations Cheese and . . ? Happy Cider, a white wine in color and its dry consistency, but a smoother, sweeter, more fullbodied finish.

Volcano Vineyards

70 SW Century Dr., 541-617-1102 Drink this: Magmita Sangria



Kayo’s Dinnerhouse and Lounge, 415 NE 3rd St, 541-323-2520. Mon-Sat 4-7pm., All night on Thursday for ladies.

Food: Daily specials

Kelly D’s Irish Sports Bar, 1012 SE Cleveland Ave., 541-389-5625. Daily 3-6pm.

Open 7 days a week for lunch and dinner! Happy Hour 2:30 - 6:00 every day

Drinks: $2.50 domestics, $3.50 wells, $3.75 micros $4 guinness $3.75 other assorted drinks. Food: $5 bay shrimp cocktail, $6 quesadillas, $7.95 hot wings. Home to one of our favorite reuben sandwiches in town, Kelly D’s boasts an extensive liquor list as well as a diverse menu and six big screen TVs to catch all of your favorite sporting events. La Rosa, 2763 NW Crossing Dr., Brookswood Meadow Plaza, 19570 Amber Meadow Dr. 541-647-1624. Daily 1-6pm.

Drinks: $3 bottled beer, $4.95 margarita. Food: $5.95 items, including empanadas vegetarianas, bacon wrapped shrimp and tacos carnita con mole. Lava Lanes and the 300 Club, 1555 NE Forbes Rd., 541-318-5656. Mon.-Fri. 3-6pm

Drinks: $2.50 domestics, $3.50 micros, $3.50 wells, $5.25 double wells. Food: $1 off all appetizers A Truly Thai Experience is here in Bend.

Catering Available Delivery Available on 550 NW Franklin Ave Suite 148 (Entrance on Bond St.) | 541-647-6904

Level 2, 360 SW Powerhouse Dr., Ste. 210, 541323-5382. Mon.-Sat. 3-6pm.

Drinks: $4 cocktails, $3.50 beers, $5 wines. Food: $4-$7 menu with 15-plus items including fish taco, ahi tuna poke, pork belly sliders and wings. Overlooking the Old Mill District with an unbeatable patio view, Level 2 shakes up specialty cocktails and serves a world-fusion menu that covers cuisine from the east to west—creamy curries to savory babyback ribs. Little Pizza Paradise, 63455 N Hwy 97, Ste. 117, 541-312-2577.

Food and Drinks: Daily 11am-4pm pizza by the slice. $7.25 slice and draft beer. Mon. 4-8pm. $3off 14 or 18 inch pizza, $1 off drafts and house wine. Los Jalapenos, 601 NE Greenwood Ave., 541383-1402. Daily 2-6pm.

Food and Drinks: $7.95 soft tacos or steak or chicken fajita nachos with a regular margarita. M&J Tavern 102 NW Greenwood Ave., 541-389-1410. Mon.-Sat. 4-7pm.

Drinks: $2.50 drafts, $3.75 micros, $3.50 wells, $.50 off cans, bottles and wine. $11 domestic and $15 microbrew pitchers. This Greenwood bar (attached to a laundromat) does many things well, among them a local live music lineup that almost never includes a cover charge, a wide ranging selection of premium tequilas and a collection of John Wayne decor that would make The Duke proud. Maverick’s Country Bar, 20565 Brinson Blvd., 541-3824270. Daily 3-6pm.

Drinks: $.25 off beers and wells, Wed. $3 kamikazes, Thurs. $3 whiskey.

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If you’ve got a 10-gallon hat collecting dust in your closet and feel inclined to pump yourself full of $3 whiskey shots, take a line dancing lesson and attempt to ride a mechanical bull, Maverick’s is your wild west dream bar. Mazatlan, 61419 S Hwy 97, 541-385-8772. Mon.-Fri. 3-6pm.

Drinks: $3.99 house margarita. Food: $1 off appetizers.

McMenamins Old St. Francis School, 700 NW Bond St., 541-382-5174. Daily 3–6pm, 10pm–close.

Drinks: $3.75 McMenamins pints, $3.75 wells, $6 wine. Food: $2 Cajun tots, $2 Kale Caesar, $4 Veggie slider, $5 BBQ Pork Ribs. A 90s throwback, the ambiance at the OSF keeps it interesting, in a naughty schoolgirl kind of way. Choose between cheerful patio seating or a dark corner booth while you listen to Pearl Jam and sink your teeth into a burger and tots. Mio Sushi, 375 SW Powerhouse Dr., 541-241-1008. Mon.-Fri. 4-6pm.

Drinks: $2.95 house sake, $3.50 house wines, $2.75 small Japanese beers, $4.50 large Japanese beers. Food: $4.95 tempura, $6.50 chicken spring rolls, $7.50 sushi combos, $8.95 rainbow roll. Mountain’s Edge Bar 61331 S Hwy 97, 541-388-8178. Daily 4-7pm. Drinks: $3 shorts, $3.50 micros. Noi Thai Cuisine


Platypus Pub

1203 NE 3rd St. • 541-323-3282 Open at Noon Tues - Sat. Closed Sunday & Monday Now Serving a Selection of Fine Spirits Pub Menu Featuring: Clam Chowder Every day • Fish and Chips House Cut Fries • And Much More Happy Hour 4-6:30 Every Day Real Dart Boards Over 600 Bottled Beers in The Brew Shop Upstairs. 550 NW Franklin Ave., Ste. 148, 541-647-6904. Mon.-Fri. 2:30-6pm.

Drinks: Discounted wine, draft beer and cocktail of the day. Food: $4-$8 appetizers. Northside Bar & Grill, 62860 Boyd Acres Rd., 541-3830889. Daily 3-6pm. Sat. until 6pm, all day Sunday.

Drinks: $2.50 domestics, $3.50 micros, $3.75 wells. Old Mill Brew Wërks, 803 SW Industrial Way., 541-6337670. Mon.-Fri. 3-6pm. Locals’ night Mon. 3pm-close.

Drinks: $1 off all beverages. Food: Select $5 appetizers. With an epic patio overlooking the back of the Les Schwab Amphitheater, Old Mill Brew Wërks has figured out the key to brewery success in Bend, not only great beer, but a fantastic menu. With a focus on fresh cuisine, Brew Wërks’ menu includes pub staples from burgers to salads and next-level dishes like filet mignon medallions, bacon-wrapped scallops and daily fresh pasta specials. Parrilla Grill, 635 NW 14th St., 541-617-9600. Mon.-Fri. 4-5pm.

Drinks: $3 microbrews, $4 margaritas, $16 pitcher of margaritas. Food: $1.50 chips and salsa, $5 daily burrito special. A Bend staple for 14 years, Parrilla Grill is your refueling station for locals and travelers alike. With 21 varieties of craft brews and margaritas and a menu full of delicious offerings you’ll be planning your return as you walk out the door.

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Healthy Adventures Await! 382-0741 360 NE Quimby Ave.



Pho Viet & Café, 1326 NE 3rd St., 541-382-2929. Daily 3-5pm.

Drinks: $1 off domestics and imports with purchase of any appetizer or meal. Food: $1 off entrees with drink purchase. The Phoenix, 594 NE Bellevue Dr., 541-3170727. Tues.-Sat. 3-6pm, Sun.-Mon. 3pm-close. Drinks: $4 wells, $4.50 wine, $5 cosmopolitan, $5.50 pomegranate lemon drop. Food: $4.50 sweet potato fries, $6 prime rib sliders, $9 brick oven pepperoni pizza. Pine Tavern, 937 NW Brooks St., 541-382-5581. Mon.Sat. 3-6pm. Sunday 3-close.

Drinks: $4 wells, $4 wines, $4 micros. Food: $2.95-$4.95 select appetizers. Recently remodeled, but still with layers of Bend history, this expansive restaurant is a downtown classic--and with one of the most pleasant patios overlooking the Deschutes River. Pisano’s Pizza 64670 Strickler Ave. 541-312-9349. Mon-Fri 3pm-6pm.

Drinks: $4 house wines, $3 micros. Food: $5 appetizers: Caprese salad, cheesy bread chicken wings. Pizza Mondo, 811 NW Wall St., 541-330-9093. Daily 3:30-5:30pm.

Taste the Love. Voted “Bend’s Best BBQ”

every year since we opened.

Come taste for yourself.

Drinks and Food: $5.50 2 slices and bottomless soda, if beer $7. The deal of the century for dinner and drinks, one of Bend’s most established pizza joints keeps up with the local beer culture through rotating taps and discounted pints. Platypus Pub, 1203 NE 3rd St., 541-323-3282. Tues. - Sat. 4-6:30pm.

Drinks: Beer and wine $0.50 off. Food: $1 off Appetizers. Now with Full Bar. Like a 70s rec room, this brewery is in a comfortable basement. Decent food and a remarkable selection of drafts and even more impressive amount of beer knowledge. Look for their special tastings. It is the brewer’s brewery. Portello Wine Café, 2754 Northwest Crossing Dr., 541-385-1777. Tues.-Fri. 4-6pm.

Drinks: $3 beers, $5 wines. Food: $6 mac and cheese with bacon, $6 prosciutto wrapped dates with chevre, $6 classic Italian meatball. Pourhouse Grille, 1085 SE 3rd St., 541-388-2337/ Daily 3-6pm.

Drinks: $1 off wine, $.75 off beer, $4 16oz craft, Food: $5 onion rings, $6 half-dozen buffalo wings.


Ranch House at Brasada Ranch, 16986 Southwest Brasada Ranch Rd., 541-323-6002. Daily 3-5pm.

Drinks: $4 wells, $4 drafts. Food: 20% off appetizers, daily specials.


Red Dragon Phoenix Lounge, 61247 S Hwy 97, 541-389-9888. Daily 4-6pm.

950 SW Veteran’s Way


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Drinks: $3.25 wells $2.25 domestics, $3.50 micros. Food: $4 crab puffs, $4 bbq pork, $5.50 egg rolls, $3.25 shrimp cocktail, $4 munchies plate.

Dojo Coconut Martini with Coconut Lemongrass Sake and housemade coconut garnish. Dojo, 852 NW Brooks St.



Red Robin, 625 SW Powerhouse Dr., 541-382-9234. Mon.-Fri. 3-6pm, 8pm-close.

Drinks: $2.50( 16oz) $3.50 (22oz) domestics , $3.50 (16oz) $4.50 (22oz) micros, $2.50 house wines, $5 premium wines, $2.50 wells, $3.50 gold margaritas. Food: all day jump starter lower priced menu. Reed Pub Co. 1141 SE Centennial Ct., Ste. 1, 541-312-2800. Daily 4-6pm. Drinks: $5 well drinks, $5 house red or white

5-7pm Open 5pm - Close Mon - Fri Open at NOON Sat & Sun with CHEAP Brunch & Cocktails

$5 Blue Velvet

House infused blueberry vodka, house made lemonade, Oregon Yerba Maté and fresh blueberries

$3 Boneyard Drafts Rotating Drafts

$5 House Red & White Wine Northwest & Organic Selections

$6 All Food

wine, $4 pint of draft beer. Food: $3-$7 appetizers.

Rimrock Bar at the Seventh Mountain Resort, 18575 SW Century Dr., 541-693-9131. Daily 3-5:30pm.

Drinks: $4 cocktail of the day, $4 beer of the day, $4 house wine. Food: $3-$6 appetizers: sliders, fries, fish tacos, smoked chicken avocado. Worth the drive up the beautiful Cascade Lakes Highway. Great views and a relaxed atmosphere. Riverbend Brewing Company, 2650 NE Division St., 541-550-7550. M-F 4-6pm,

Drinks: $3 domestic crafts, $4 craft brews, $5 wine. Food: $4-6 appetizers including jalapeno wrappers, pork sliders, nachos. Riverside Market 285 NW Riverside Blvd., 541-389-0646. Daily 4-6pm.

805 Northwest Wall Street Bend, OR 97701 541.728.0303

Drinks: $3 Boneyard drafts. $3 local rotating special. Food: $3 & $5 food menu. Roszak’s Fish House 1230 NE 3rd St., 541-382-3173. Mon.-Fri. 3-8pm, Sat. 4-8pm.

Food: $3 Caesar salad, $5 shrimp tacos, $6 cod fish and chips, $6.50 cheeseburger and fries. Scanlon’s at the Athletic Club of Bend, 61615 Athletic Club Dr., 541382-8769. Mon. 3-9pm and Tues.-Sat., 3-6pm.

Happy Hour Mon.-Sat. 3pm – 6pm Sunday 3pm – Close Food Specials from $2.95 – $4.95 Including our famous 1/2lb burger for $4.95 Drink Specials

Drinks: $3 draft beer, $4 wells, $5 wines, $6 Cadillac margarita. Food: $5 daily special, $6-$12 menu. You really don’t have to pretend you just got off the treadmill to enjoy a cold one at a great price at Scanlon’s. It is open to the public. The happy hour menu changes seasonally and offers both healthy and indulgent options. Newly expanded outdoor patio! Seven, 1033 NW Bond St., 541-760-9412. Daily 4-7pm.

Drinks: $5 Long Island, black opal, AMF, Tokyo tea, $2 PBR, $1 off draft beers, $1 off cocktails. Food: $5 and under: burgers, salads, BLT and multiple appetizers. Shilo Restaurant and Lounge, 3105 OB Riley Rd., 541-389-9600. Daily 4-6pm.

Drinks: $3 micros, $3 house wines, $2.50 domestics, $3 wells. Food: Happy hour menu. Shinsei Sushi

967 NW Brooks St. (at the foot of Oregon Ave. on Mirror Pond) 541-382-5581, 53466 N Hwy 97 #35, 541-306-3486. Mon.-Thurs. 4-5:30pm

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Drinks: $2.95 Sapporo, $4-$6 sake, $4.50-$5.50. $5 wines. Food: $4.50 gyozo, $3.95 California roll, $5.95 spicy tuna roll, $7.95 chicken teriyaki.

Sidelines, 1020 NW Wall St., 541-385-8898. Mon.-Fri. 4-6pm.

Drinks: $2 domestics, $3.75 micros, $3.75 wells, $5 wines. Food: $6 mini pizza, $4 three crispy tacos, $4 garlic french fries.

The Astro Lounge LOCALLY OWNED SINCE 2001

Silver Moon Brewing, 24 NW Greenwood Ave., 541-388-8331.

Monday $1 off signature pints and two tacos for $5. Wednesday special any burger and any pint for $10 all day. All day Sunday open to close $10 pitchers for signature beers. Southside Pub 61160 S Hwy 97, 541-383-7672. Mon.-Fri. 4-6pm.

Drinks: $2.50 domestics, $3.50 wells, $3.75 micros. Food: $6 burger and rotating specials. Summit Saloon and Stage, 125 NW Oregon Ave., 541-749-2440. Weekdays 4-7pm.

Drinks: $.50 off drafts, glasses of wine and wells. Food: $4 Tater tots, $7 fish tacos, $7 hummus plate, $7 sirloin skewers. $8 grilled chicken quesadilla. Low-key during the daylight hours, Summit turns into a whirlwind of weekend drinks and dancing after the sun goes down. Upstairs and downstairs bars serve cocktails that will have you playing along with the exuberant crowd in no time.



541-388-0116, 197 NE 3rd St., 541-388-4081.

Drinks: Daily 11am-6pm. $5 wells, $4.75 house wines, $4 domestics, $4.50 micros, Food: Daily 4-6pm. $2 appetizers, $8 filet mignon with sides. Homemade soup, gourmet pretzels. Sweet Saigon, 915 NW Wall St., 541-382-0773. Daily 10am-close. Drinks: $1 off beer and wine with

purchase of any appetizer or meal. Food: $1 off all food with drink purchase. Thai Thai, 745 Mt. Washington Dr., Ste. 200, 541-633-7722. Mon.-Sat. 4-6pm.

Drinks: $2 domestics, $2.50 Singha or Chang (Thai beer), $4 sake, $3 well, $4 wine. Food: $5 appetizers such as tom kha soup, coconut shrimp and fried wontons.


New York City Sub Shop Make sure to check out all of our Central Oregon locations!

Bend Westside: 1075 NW Newport (541) 388-4498 Bend Midtown: 740 NE Third (541) 330-0444 Redmond: 946 SE Veterans Way (541) 548-4400

Third St. Pub 314 SE 3rd St., 541-306-3017. Mon.-Fri. 5-6pm.

Drinks: $3.75 wells. $1 off other select drinks. Timbers Bar and Grille – East 2570 NE Twin Knolls Dr., Ste. 2, 541-383-3502. Daily 4-7pm.

Drinks: $2.25 domestics, $3.25 micros, $2.50 wells. Food: $2-$5 menu. Tomo Japanese Sushi Restaurant, 61160 S Hwy 97, 541-323-8888. Tue.-Fri. 2-5pm. Sunday all day.

Half off sushi Monday. Weekends kids eat free with a purchase. Tumalo Feed Company, 64619 W. Hwy 20, 541-382-2202. Howdy Hour. Mon.-Fri. 4-6pm.

Drinks: $2 Coors Light draft, $4 house wines, $4 wells. Food: $2 appetizers, $5 1 lb. steamer clams.



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Tumalo Tavern

Clock Tower Pub, 64670 Strickler Ave., Ste. 103, 541-330-2323. Mon.-Fri. 4-6pm.

2757 NW 7th St., 541-526-1871. Mon-Fri, 4-6pm

Drinks: $2.75 domestics, $3.75 micros, $3.50 house wine.

Drinks: $3.50 short wells, $3.75 tall wells, $2.25 domestics, $3.25 micros. Food: $4.50 wings, $2.50 meatballs, $4.25 poppers.


Diego’s Spirited Kitchen, 805 NW Wall St., 541-728-0303. Daily 5pm-7 pm. 447 SW 6th St., 541-316-2002. Daily 2-5pm.

Drinks: $5 Blue Velvet, $3 Boneyard drafts, $5 house red and white wine. Food: All food $6. Hip without being hipster, classy without being stuffy, Velvet gets creative with its cocktails. Trade out the vodka and Red Bull for a Maté Mojito and the mozz sticks for bacon-wrapped apricot skewers while kicking back in lighting that makes everyone more attractive.

Drinks: $5 margaritas, $3 drafts and $3 bottled beer. Food: $4-$7 appetizers.

Wall Street Grill

Pump House Bar & Grill

917 NW Wall St., 541-385-7098. Mon.-Fri. 3-6pm.

8320 N Hwy 97, Terrebonne, 541-548-4990. Mon.-Fri. 3-6pm.

Drinks: $3.25 domestics, $4 micros, imports and wells. Daily specials. Westside Tavern

930 NW Galveston Ave., 541-382-4810. Mon.-Fri. 4:30-6:30pm, Sun. noon-2pm.

Drinks: $3.25 wells, $2.25 domestics, $3.50 micros. The Wine Shop and Tasting Bar, 55 NW Minnesota Ave., 541-3892884. Tues.-Sat. 4-6pm.

Drinks: $1 off wine glass pours, $1 off draft pours. Wubba’s BBQ Shack, 63055 Layton Ave., 541-213-2121. Mon.-Fri. 3-6pm.

Drinks: $1 off beer, wine, and wells. Food: Daily specials.

REDMOND/TERREBONNE Baldy’s Redmond, 950 SW Veterans Way, Ste. 100, 541-923-2271. All 3 locations Mon.-Fri. 3-6pm.

Drinks: $3 wells, $2.75 beers Food: 20% off all appetizers. Brickhouse, 412 SW 6th St., 541-526-1782. Daily 4-6pm.

Drinks: $6 double martinis and Manhattans, $5 cocktails with fresh-squeezed juice, $5 premium wines. Food: $3-$12 specials.

FRI and SAT TILL 10 pm Mon - Thur 9a-9p Fri - Sat 9a-10p Sun - 10:30a-7p

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Niblick and Greene’s, 7535 Falcon Crest Dr., Ste. 100, 541-548-4220. Daily 4-6pm.

Drinks: $1 off drafts, $3 wells, $1off house wines. Food: $5.95 spicy beef super nachos, $4.95 gourmet onion rings.

Drinks: $5 drink special, $1 off beers, $3.25 wells, $4 house wines. Food: $2-$5 appetizers. Red Martini Wine Bar and Grill,509 SW 6th In Historic Downtown Redmond, Oregon, 541-504-6424 Happy

Hour Daily 4-6 PM – $2 off Signature Martinis Seventh Street Brewhouse, 855 SW 7th St., 541-923-1795. Daily 4-6pm.

Drinks: $4 drafts. Food: $3.75 quarter-pound burger, $5 hot wings, $3.50 potato skins. Terrebonne Depot, 400 NW Smith Rock Way, 541-5485030. Mon.-Fri. 3-6pm. Closed Tues.

Drinks: $3 drafts, $3 wells, $5 daily specialty drinks. Food: $5 hummus plate, $5 soup and salad, $3 basket of fries. This gem en route to Smith Rock State Park, housed in Terrebonne’s former 100-year-old train station, is equally suitable for a post hike drink or a special occasion meal. Timbers Bar and Grille 3315 S Hwy 97, 541- 923-7604. Daily 4-7pm.

Drinks: $2 domestics, $3 micros, $2.50 wells. Food: Half-price appetizers.

PH: 541-318-2977 2220 U.S. 20 #1 Bend, OR 97701

Five Fusion Fruit Infused Sake (Special/Limited)

Five Fusion Hannya Sake, Sayuri. 5 Fusion, 821 NW Wall St.



Barrio Margarita. Barrio, 163 NW Minnesota Ave.

SISTERS Robert’s Pub at Black Butte Ranch

Three Creeks Brewing Co., 721 Desperado Ct., 541-549-1963. Mon.-Fri. 3-6pm.

Drinks: $1 off draft and wells. Food: $7 Happy Burger. $7 Chili cheese fries.

Drinks: $3.50 drafts, $4.25 wines. Food: $2 sliders, $4.50 hummus and veggies, $3 deep fried avocado, $4 chipotle chicken quesadilla, $1.50 pulled pork taco.

The Aspen Lounge at Black Butte Ranch


Big Meadow Golf Clubhouse 7 Miles West Of Sisters On Hwy 20 541-595-1262. Daily 5-7 pm.

Marcello’s Cucina Italiana

Brand 33

Drinks: $3.50 micros, $4 wells, $4 wines. Food: Half off most appetizers, including $6 steamer clams, $3 spicy meatballs, $4.50 Caprese.

Big Meadow Golf Clubhouse 7 Miles West Of Sisters On Hwy 20. 541-595-1240. Daily 4-6pm.

Drinks: $3.50 micros, $5 wells, $5 wines. Food: $5-$7 appetizers., 16900 Aspen Lakes Dr., 541-549-3663. Mon.-Fri. 4-6pm.

Drinks: $.50 off drafts, $4.50 wells, $4.50 wines. Food: $3 sweet potato chips, $5 shrimp cocktail, $5, nachos, $5 pulled pork slider. Bronco Billy’s, 190 E. Cascade Ave., 541-549-7427. Mon.-Fri. 3:30-6pm.

Drinks: $1.50 domestics, $3 micros, $2 off wells. Hardtails Bar & Grill 175 Larch St., 541-549-6114. Mon.-Fri. 4-7pm.

Drinks: $3.50 wells, $.50 off all beer, $2 domestics.

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4 Ponderosa Rd., 541-593-8300. Sun.-Thurs. 4-6pm, Fri.-Sat. 4-6:30pm. Mondays all Night Happy Hour.

Village Bar and Grill, 57100 Beaver Dr., Bldg 7, 541-593-1100. Mon.-Fri. 3-6pm.

Drinks: $1 off cocktails, $4 house wines, $3.25 micros, $2.50 domestics. Food: $2 off all appetizers, including lettuce wraps and pot roast sliders.

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