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Sports & Food’s Guide to Bend, Oregon

Sports & Food’s Guide to Bend, Oregon


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Bend is all about outdoor sports, food and beer. You’re sticking out if you don’t have a rack for your skis, bikes, kayaks, paddleboards, and canoes.

We spent a week there and enjoyed every minute of it. We didn’t have a bad meal. Looking for a year-round vacation spot? If you’re an active person, Bend is the place. Below are S&F-approved restaurants and bars (plus a tip on fishing) to check out.

Load up for your adventure at this cafe in Old Bend. Breakfast and lunch spot. The sandwiches were good. Bread makes all the difference.

Funky little spot. They are definitely jumping on the food truck craze. They’ve got some Asian fusion going on. The green curry was tasty and had some kick to it. The spicy fried chicken was popular. The best dish? The lemon ricotta fritters. It’s probably what heaven tastes like.

This place is the truth. Maybe it was because of the 26-mile mountain biking beforehand, but everything tasted delicious. Devoured their fall-off-the-bone ribs and could only eat 1/3 of the fresh-cut fries. We heard the Cobb salad was good, too. Obviously, they have a great beer list. And great prices. And great service. We’ll be back.

The only fancy restaurant on this list. We didn’t want to go to a stereotypical steakhouse or seafood restaurant. Too easy. Every dish was fantastic. The fiancee loved her scallops and crab risotto dish. I enjoyed the line-caught halibut on a grilled-pepper salsa. We were probably the youngest couple in there.

As long as you ignore the inane Oregon fans, this is the spot to drink some liquor (we were told this is the bar where the Deschutes Brewery staff comes to unwind). Bartender sported mutton chops. Cool.

Kelly’s Brighton Marina

This was the source of pure bliss in Rockaway Beach, Oregon. Kelly treated us right with the freshest crab around.

Bonus: Find Russ (pictured), a local fisherman in Wheeler, Oregon, to get some salmon fishing in. Like us, you’ll appreciate his knowledge of the waters and how he’d turn into a drill sergeant when one of us caught a fish. Catch of the day was a Chinook salmon, which was then cooked up to become one of the best meals we’ve ever had — salmon with quinoa and an Olympia beer. He and his charter boat can be found at fishwithruss.com. (Photo courtesy of SportsandFood.com)


‘Bend Survival Guide’: Resident creates collection of resources to help those in need

BEND, Ore, (KTVZ) -- Katie Jalo noticed that Bend has a lot of resources for those in need. While that's a good thing, finding those resources wasn't as easy. That's why she created the Bend Survival Guide. It's a compact list of all available resources for community members struggling with different types of hardships.

It lists services for medical help, food security, veterans, addiction, and more.

Jalo says she's noticed people experiencing hardship now more than ever.

"I know that a lot of people have trouble living here, even if they're not homeless, even if they have a job, a roof over their head or both," she told NewsChannel 21 on Tuesday. "The cost of living has gotten really extreme, so I know there are more and more homeless people all the time, and more people that need more services than maybe they used to. I think part of that is the pandemic. Part of that is just the popularity of this area."

A former member of AmeriCorps and now working for a nonprofit, Jalo has a passion for helping others. It took a month to put the survival guide together, working on it in her spare time. She also wants to have it translated into Spanish.

It's a list that can be downloaded or printed out. Jalo says she plans to print out the brochures and place them in areas around the community. Places like the Free Little Library -- that way, all community members can go and pick one up.

"I just hope enough people can get access to it," she said. "If there are people who need, it who maybe just moved here and don't know where to go for help, or if they've been here for a while and never needed to figure out this kind of stuff before. I hope that they're able to find it useful," she said.

The survival guide also has a website and they will soon be taking donations.

Carly Keenan

Carly Keenan is a multimedia journalist and producer for NewsChannel 21. Learn more about Carly here.


‘Bend Survival Guide’: Resident creates collection of resources to help those in need

BEND, Ore, (KTVZ) -- Katie Jalo noticed that Bend has a lot of resources for those in need. While that's a good thing, finding those resources wasn't as easy. That's why she created the Bend Survival Guide. It's a compact list of all available resources for community members struggling with different types of hardships.

It lists services for medical help, food security, veterans, addiction, and more.

Jalo says she's noticed people experiencing hardship now more than ever.

"I know that a lot of people have trouble living here, even if they're not homeless, even if they have a job, a roof over their head or both," she told NewsChannel 21 on Tuesday. "The cost of living has gotten really extreme, so I know there are more and more homeless people all the time, and more people that need more services than maybe they used to. I think part of that is the pandemic. Part of that is just the popularity of this area."

A former member of AmeriCorps and now working for a nonprofit, Jalo has a passion for helping others. It took a month to put the survival guide together, working on it in her spare time. She also wants to have it translated into Spanish.

It's a list that can be downloaded or printed out. Jalo says she plans to print out the brochures and place them in areas around the community. Places like the Free Little Library -- that way, all community members can go and pick one up.

"I just hope enough people can get access to it," she said. "If there are people who need, it who maybe just moved here and don't know where to go for help, or if they've been here for a while and never needed to figure out this kind of stuff before. I hope that they're able to find it useful," she said.

The survival guide also has a website and they will soon be taking donations.

Carly Keenan

Carly Keenan is a multimedia journalist and producer for NewsChannel 21. Learn more about Carly here.


‘Bend Survival Guide’: Resident creates collection of resources to help those in need

BEND, Ore, (KTVZ) -- Katie Jalo noticed that Bend has a lot of resources for those in need. While that's a good thing, finding those resources wasn't as easy. That's why she created the Bend Survival Guide. It's a compact list of all available resources for community members struggling with different types of hardships.

It lists services for medical help, food security, veterans, addiction, and more.

Jalo says she's noticed people experiencing hardship now more than ever.

"I know that a lot of people have trouble living here, even if they're not homeless, even if they have a job, a roof over their head or both," she told NewsChannel 21 on Tuesday. "The cost of living has gotten really extreme, so I know there are more and more homeless people all the time, and more people that need more services than maybe they used to. I think part of that is the pandemic. Part of that is just the popularity of this area."

A former member of AmeriCorps and now working for a nonprofit, Jalo has a passion for helping others. It took a month to put the survival guide together, working on it in her spare time. She also wants to have it translated into Spanish.

It's a list that can be downloaded or printed out. Jalo says she plans to print out the brochures and place them in areas around the community. Places like the Free Little Library -- that way, all community members can go and pick one up.

"I just hope enough people can get access to it," she said. "If there are people who need, it who maybe just moved here and don't know where to go for help, or if they've been here for a while and never needed to figure out this kind of stuff before. I hope that they're able to find it useful," she said.

The survival guide also has a website and they will soon be taking donations.

Carly Keenan

Carly Keenan is a multimedia journalist and producer for NewsChannel 21. Learn more about Carly here.


‘Bend Survival Guide’: Resident creates collection of resources to help those in need

BEND, Ore, (KTVZ) -- Katie Jalo noticed that Bend has a lot of resources for those in need. While that's a good thing, finding those resources wasn't as easy. That's why she created the Bend Survival Guide. It's a compact list of all available resources for community members struggling with different types of hardships.

It lists services for medical help, food security, veterans, addiction, and more.

Jalo says she's noticed people experiencing hardship now more than ever.

"I know that a lot of people have trouble living here, even if they're not homeless, even if they have a job, a roof over their head or both," she told NewsChannel 21 on Tuesday. "The cost of living has gotten really extreme, so I know there are more and more homeless people all the time, and more people that need more services than maybe they used to. I think part of that is the pandemic. Part of that is just the popularity of this area."

A former member of AmeriCorps and now working for a nonprofit, Jalo has a passion for helping others. It took a month to put the survival guide together, working on it in her spare time. She also wants to have it translated into Spanish.

It's a list that can be downloaded or printed out. Jalo says she plans to print out the brochures and place them in areas around the community. Places like the Free Little Library -- that way, all community members can go and pick one up.

"I just hope enough people can get access to it," she said. "If there are people who need, it who maybe just moved here and don't know where to go for help, or if they've been here for a while and never needed to figure out this kind of stuff before. I hope that they're able to find it useful," she said.

The survival guide also has a website and they will soon be taking donations.

Carly Keenan

Carly Keenan is a multimedia journalist and producer for NewsChannel 21. Learn more about Carly here.


‘Bend Survival Guide’: Resident creates collection of resources to help those in need

BEND, Ore, (KTVZ) -- Katie Jalo noticed that Bend has a lot of resources for those in need. While that's a good thing, finding those resources wasn't as easy. That's why she created the Bend Survival Guide. It's a compact list of all available resources for community members struggling with different types of hardships.

It lists services for medical help, food security, veterans, addiction, and more.

Jalo says she's noticed people experiencing hardship now more than ever.

"I know that a lot of people have trouble living here, even if they're not homeless, even if they have a job, a roof over their head or both," she told NewsChannel 21 on Tuesday. "The cost of living has gotten really extreme, so I know there are more and more homeless people all the time, and more people that need more services than maybe they used to. I think part of that is the pandemic. Part of that is just the popularity of this area."

A former member of AmeriCorps and now working for a nonprofit, Jalo has a passion for helping others. It took a month to put the survival guide together, working on it in her spare time. She also wants to have it translated into Spanish.

It's a list that can be downloaded or printed out. Jalo says she plans to print out the brochures and place them in areas around the community. Places like the Free Little Library -- that way, all community members can go and pick one up.

"I just hope enough people can get access to it," she said. "If there are people who need, it who maybe just moved here and don't know where to go for help, or if they've been here for a while and never needed to figure out this kind of stuff before. I hope that they're able to find it useful," she said.

The survival guide also has a website and they will soon be taking donations.

Carly Keenan

Carly Keenan is a multimedia journalist and producer for NewsChannel 21. Learn more about Carly here.


‘Bend Survival Guide’: Resident creates collection of resources to help those in need

BEND, Ore, (KTVZ) -- Katie Jalo noticed that Bend has a lot of resources for those in need. While that's a good thing, finding those resources wasn't as easy. That's why she created the Bend Survival Guide. It's a compact list of all available resources for community members struggling with different types of hardships.

It lists services for medical help, food security, veterans, addiction, and more.

Jalo says she's noticed people experiencing hardship now more than ever.

"I know that a lot of people have trouble living here, even if they're not homeless, even if they have a job, a roof over their head or both," she told NewsChannel 21 on Tuesday. "The cost of living has gotten really extreme, so I know there are more and more homeless people all the time, and more people that need more services than maybe they used to. I think part of that is the pandemic. Part of that is just the popularity of this area."

A former member of AmeriCorps and now working for a nonprofit, Jalo has a passion for helping others. It took a month to put the survival guide together, working on it in her spare time. She also wants to have it translated into Spanish.

It's a list that can be downloaded or printed out. Jalo says she plans to print out the brochures and place them in areas around the community. Places like the Free Little Library -- that way, all community members can go and pick one up.

"I just hope enough people can get access to it," she said. "If there are people who need, it who maybe just moved here and don't know where to go for help, or if they've been here for a while and never needed to figure out this kind of stuff before. I hope that they're able to find it useful," she said.

The survival guide also has a website and they will soon be taking donations.

Carly Keenan

Carly Keenan is a multimedia journalist and producer for NewsChannel 21. Learn more about Carly here.


‘Bend Survival Guide’: Resident creates collection of resources to help those in need

BEND, Ore, (KTVZ) -- Katie Jalo noticed that Bend has a lot of resources for those in need. While that's a good thing, finding those resources wasn't as easy. That's why she created the Bend Survival Guide. It's a compact list of all available resources for community members struggling with different types of hardships.

It lists services for medical help, food security, veterans, addiction, and more.

Jalo says she's noticed people experiencing hardship now more than ever.

"I know that a lot of people have trouble living here, even if they're not homeless, even if they have a job, a roof over their head or both," she told NewsChannel 21 on Tuesday. "The cost of living has gotten really extreme, so I know there are more and more homeless people all the time, and more people that need more services than maybe they used to. I think part of that is the pandemic. Part of that is just the popularity of this area."

A former member of AmeriCorps and now working for a nonprofit, Jalo has a passion for helping others. It took a month to put the survival guide together, working on it in her spare time. She also wants to have it translated into Spanish.

It's a list that can be downloaded or printed out. Jalo says she plans to print out the brochures and place them in areas around the community. Places like the Free Little Library -- that way, all community members can go and pick one up.

"I just hope enough people can get access to it," she said. "If there are people who need, it who maybe just moved here and don't know where to go for help, or if they've been here for a while and never needed to figure out this kind of stuff before. I hope that they're able to find it useful," she said.

The survival guide also has a website and they will soon be taking donations.

Carly Keenan

Carly Keenan is a multimedia journalist and producer for NewsChannel 21. Learn more about Carly here.


‘Bend Survival Guide’: Resident creates collection of resources to help those in need

BEND, Ore, (KTVZ) -- Katie Jalo noticed that Bend has a lot of resources for those in need. While that's a good thing, finding those resources wasn't as easy. That's why she created the Bend Survival Guide. It's a compact list of all available resources for community members struggling with different types of hardships.

It lists services for medical help, food security, veterans, addiction, and more.

Jalo says she's noticed people experiencing hardship now more than ever.

"I know that a lot of people have trouble living here, even if they're not homeless, even if they have a job, a roof over their head or both," she told NewsChannel 21 on Tuesday. "The cost of living has gotten really extreme, so I know there are more and more homeless people all the time, and more people that need more services than maybe they used to. I think part of that is the pandemic. Part of that is just the popularity of this area."

A former member of AmeriCorps and now working for a nonprofit, Jalo has a passion for helping others. It took a month to put the survival guide together, working on it in her spare time. She also wants to have it translated into Spanish.

It's a list that can be downloaded or printed out. Jalo says she plans to print out the brochures and place them in areas around the community. Places like the Free Little Library -- that way, all community members can go and pick one up.

"I just hope enough people can get access to it," she said. "If there are people who need, it who maybe just moved here and don't know where to go for help, or if they've been here for a while and never needed to figure out this kind of stuff before. I hope that they're able to find it useful," she said.

The survival guide also has a website and they will soon be taking donations.

Carly Keenan

Carly Keenan is a multimedia journalist and producer for NewsChannel 21. Learn more about Carly here.


‘Bend Survival Guide’: Resident creates collection of resources to help those in need

BEND, Ore, (KTVZ) -- Katie Jalo noticed that Bend has a lot of resources for those in need. While that's a good thing, finding those resources wasn't as easy. That's why she created the Bend Survival Guide. It's a compact list of all available resources for community members struggling with different types of hardships.

It lists services for medical help, food security, veterans, addiction, and more.

Jalo says she's noticed people experiencing hardship now more than ever.

"I know that a lot of people have trouble living here, even if they're not homeless, even if they have a job, a roof over their head or both," she told NewsChannel 21 on Tuesday. "The cost of living has gotten really extreme, so I know there are more and more homeless people all the time, and more people that need more services than maybe they used to. I think part of that is the pandemic. Part of that is just the popularity of this area."

A former member of AmeriCorps and now working for a nonprofit, Jalo has a passion for helping others. It took a month to put the survival guide together, working on it in her spare time. She also wants to have it translated into Spanish.

It's a list that can be downloaded or printed out. Jalo says she plans to print out the brochures and place them in areas around the community. Places like the Free Little Library -- that way, all community members can go and pick one up.

"I just hope enough people can get access to it," she said. "If there are people who need, it who maybe just moved here and don't know where to go for help, or if they've been here for a while and never needed to figure out this kind of stuff before. I hope that they're able to find it useful," she said.

The survival guide also has a website and they will soon be taking donations.

Carly Keenan

Carly Keenan is a multimedia journalist and producer for NewsChannel 21. Learn more about Carly here.


‘Bend Survival Guide’: Resident creates collection of resources to help those in need

BEND, Ore, (KTVZ) -- Katie Jalo noticed that Bend has a lot of resources for those in need. While that's a good thing, finding those resources wasn't as easy. That's why she created the Bend Survival Guide. It's a compact list of all available resources for community members struggling with different types of hardships.

It lists services for medical help, food security, veterans, addiction, and more.

Jalo says she's noticed people experiencing hardship now more than ever.

"I know that a lot of people have trouble living here, even if they're not homeless, even if they have a job, a roof over their head or both," she told NewsChannel 21 on Tuesday. "The cost of living has gotten really extreme, so I know there are more and more homeless people all the time, and more people that need more services than maybe they used to. I think part of that is the pandemic. Part of that is just the popularity of this area."

A former member of AmeriCorps and now working for a nonprofit, Jalo has a passion for helping others. It took a month to put the survival guide together, working on it in her spare time. She also wants to have it translated into Spanish.

It's a list that can be downloaded or printed out. Jalo says she plans to print out the brochures and place them in areas around the community. Places like the Free Little Library -- that way, all community members can go and pick one up.

"I just hope enough people can get access to it," she said. "If there are people who need, it who maybe just moved here and don't know where to go for help, or if they've been here for a while and never needed to figure out this kind of stuff before. I hope that they're able to find it useful," she said.

The survival guide also has a website and they will soon be taking donations.

Carly Keenan

Carly Keenan is a multimedia journalist and producer for NewsChannel 21. Learn more about Carly here.



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