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Exploring the Oregon Outback
Victorian Cafe is one of Exploring the Oregon Outback.

1. Victorian Cafe

8.0
1404 NW Galveston Ave (at NW 14th St), Bend, OR
Lieu servant des petits déjeuners · 27 conseils et avis

TravelOregonTravelOregon: They make a killer Eggs Benedict and Bloody Mary.

McKay Cottage is one of Exploring the Oregon Outback.

2. McKay Cottage

8.8
62910 O B Riley Rd, Bend, OR
Lieu servant des petits déjeuners · 37 conseils et avis

TravelOregonTravelOregon: Down the road from where I spent my youth in Bend, McKay Cottage serves breakfast to those in the know.

Dandy's Drive In is one of Exploring the Oregon Outback.

3. Dandy's Drive In

8.3
1300-1398 The Dalles-California Hwy (Norton), Bend, OR
Lieu servant des hamburgers · 11 conseils et avis

TravelOregonTravelOregon: Dandy’s Drive-In in Bend is the local, old school, skater-served, eat-in-the-car, non-fancy, perhaps best tasting burger and shake combination in the state.

Smith Rock State Park is one of Exploring the Oregon Outback.

4. Smith Rock State Park

9.3
9241 N Crooked River Dr (at US 97), Terrebonne, OR
Parc national / régional · 26 conseils et avis

TravelOregonTravelOregon: Shoot the surreal landscape hiking along the river at Smith Rock State Park. Afterward, kick your feet up on the wooden porch at Juniper Junction with one of their famous huckleberry ice cream cones.

cowboy dinner tree is one of Exploring the Oregon Outback.

5. cowboy dinner tree

east bay rd, Silver Lake, OR
Restaurant-grill · 3 conseils et avis

TravelOregonTravelOregon: Put on your boots and bandana, and get your hungry pony a couple of hours forward and a hundred years back through the sagebrush to Silver Lake and The Cowboy Dinner Tree.

Frenchglen Hotel is one of Exploring the Oregon Outback.

6. Frenchglen Hotel

6.2
39184 Highway 205, Frenchglen, OR
Hôtel · 2 conseils et avis

TravelOregonTravelOregon: After some day tripping through Steens Mountain, pull up a chair at a long wooden ranch table for a family-style dinner and an overnight in one of Oregon’s original B&Bs, the Frenchglen Hotel.