John Gottberg Anderson / For The Bulletin Beetle Baileys
Album ID: 1834207
Healthy baking for sandwich lovers
Meg Roussos / The Bulletin Great Harvest Bread Co. is best known at mealtimes for its sandwiches.
Album ID: 1831946
From Mazatlan ?to Bend
Joe Kline / The Bulletin The 'Muy Especial' at Si Senor: carne asada cooked over charcoal, plus prawns, mushrooms, rice, beans, guacamole and tortillas.
Album ID: 1829609
Serving up the ?brand standard?
Andy Tullis / The Bulletin The Chipotle Steak Wrap plate at The Garden Grille & Bar at the Hilton Garden Inn in the Old Mill District.
Album ID: 1823012
Night and Day
Joe Kline / The Bulletin The Lava Butte Burger at Bend Burger Co.
Album ID: 1815927
Not your everyday BEER JOINT
Ryan Brennecke / The Bulletin Patrons sit down for lunch at LifeLine Taphouse in Redmond on Monday. The barely 6-month-old establishment features 34 individual beer taps.
Album ID: 1813165
Keeping it simple
Andy Tullis / The Bulletin The bean, rice and cheese burrito, enchilada-style, left, and the fish tacos at Taco Stand in Bend.
Album ID: 1810533
Pine Tavern, a Bend icon, is sold
Ryan Brennecke / The Bulletin Bill McCormick, the new owner of the Pine Tavern, stands next to a renovated area of the restaurant?s dining room. Last month, the Pine Tavern added intimate tables and a banquette booth. In February, it expanded its menu, adding more seafood and other dishes.
Album ID: 1810023
Andy Tullis / The Bulletin The beet- and fennel-marinated buffalo carpaccio with pomegranate molasses and local rocket at 10 Below at the Oxford Hotel in Bend.
Album ID: 1807739
Satisfying body and belly
Andy Tullis / The Bulletin Courtney Hynum, left, does yoga in the studio adjacent to Sunny Yoga Kitchen, where fellow co-owner Amy Wright cooks. The Bend yoga studio is also a health-conscious cafe.