In Central Oregon
Rainshadow Organics Farm Market 71290 Holmes Road, Sisters
Featuring seasonal veggies, pastured meats, and organic flour and grains, pickles, local cheese, and a wraparound porch, with comfy seating and views of the farm and Smith Rock, the market at Rainshadow Organics farm is a hidden gem that you won’t want to miss if you’re visiting the Whychus-Deschutes proposed wilderness. You can also join them by reservation for farm to table dinners or brunch on select Saturdays and Sundays.
Redpoint Climbers Supply, 8222 US-97 #101, Terrebonne
With cozy seating, free wi-fi, and tasty espresso, beer, and kombucha on tap, Redpoint Climbers Supply is more than just a gear shop. Stop in for a coffee and a granola bar before a hike to Steelhead Falls or Scout Camp or at Smith Rock State Park, or for a beer after a long day of adventures.
Terrebonne Depot, 400 NE Smith Rock Way, Terrebonne
Featuring fresh, locally grown foods served up in a restored 100-year-old train depot where you can still watch trains barrel by while you eat, a meal at the Terrebonne Depot is an experience not to be missed. The depot is close to Steelhead Falls or Scout Camp, or Smith Rock State Park.
There are many, many, many dining options in Bend.
Worthy Brewing, 495 NE Bellevue Dr, Bend
This solar powered craft brewery on the east end of Bend is a great for a brew and hearty meal after a hike in the Oregon Badlands Wilderness. Worthy Brewing is the only brewery we know of with its very own observatory, or “hopservatory” as they call it, where you can enjoy a beer while gazing at the sun, moon and stars and they support ONDA’s riparian restoration projects.