Bend has some deliciously appetizing breakfast places. Here are our top 10 favorites places to go for breakfast.
Brother Jons Pubhouse
This family friendly restaurant is a great spot for a Sunday Brunch. The menu is extensive and all meals are delicious. They have a good kids meal too. The bacon Bloody Mary is perfection especially when local Crater Lake Pepper Vodka is added.
1227 NW Galveston Avenue
Bad Wolf Bakery and Bistro
This is a local gem near downtown Bend. The atmosphere, friendly service and food make this a locals favorite. The baked goods are to die for and so are the Eggs Benedict. If you never liked Bloody Marys, you will after having one from Bad Wolf.
1133 NW Wall St. Ste. 100
Chow is a unique breakfast spot on the westside. Much of the year they grow their own food in a garden next to the restaurant. They use local whenever possible which makes their food fresh and alive. Chow can get very crowded especially on a nice sunny weekend.
1100 NW Newport Ave
There are 2 locations. One on the east side by the hospital and one in between the Old Mill and downtown. The restaurants themselves feel good to be in. Their food is locally sourced and their menu is creative. The bread is fresh and delicious. Its a great place to meet friends for brunch. Westside: 845 NW Delaware Ave Eastside: 1500 NE Cushing Dr
La Magie reminds me of a little cafe in Paris but its in downtown Bend. The atmosphere is bright and cheerful. There are fresh pastries and good coffee among the other yummy breakfast foods. You won't be upset .
945 NW Bond Street
This favorite cottage style restaurant has been voted many times as Bends Best Breakfast by the Source Weekly. The food is fresh and well presented. Everything is good here, from the freshly baked scones, muffins, cinnamon rolls to the eggs Benedict and egg burritos. They always have interesting specials available. They have a good kids menu including pancakes with a decorated smily faces and fresh fruit. A good family breakfast spot that won't disappoint you. 62910 O.B. Riley Road
There are 3 locations for Mother's Cafe. One on the eastside, westside and downtown. The fresh juices and smoothies are some of the nest in Bend. The use organic and nitrate free meats and produce. They have a lot of vegan options as well. There is something for everyone at a Mother's Cafe.
Westisde: 1255 NW Galveston Avenue Eastside: 62090 Dean Swift Road
Downtown: 10 NW Minnesota Ave
This breakfast spot is a small mom and pop cafe that is attached to a small motel on the East side. It is a traditional breakfast spot with good portions that are delicious served by friendly people. Loved by locals.
645 NE Greenwood Ave.977
This small breakfast spot has a great lively vibe. The bagels are freshly baked daily, the best in Bend. The food is locally sourced and fresh. There are many options on the menu besides the bagel sandwiches that are tasty. They have vegan and gluten free options as well! Don't forget to try the Spicy Bacon Bloody Mary! 661 NE Greenwood Ave.
The Victorian Cafe
This westside cafe is one of the most popular breakfast spots in Bend. On weekends you can wait an average of an hour for a table. Luckily they have cocktails and hot beverages to keep you busy while you wait by the fire pit. Once you sit down you won't be upset, the variety of Omelettes and Eggs Benedict's are exceptional. Good kids menu too.
1404 Northwest Galveston
These are Taste of Bend's favorite breakfast spots so far. If you have any comments or any restaurants you feel we need to review, please leave a message in the comment space below.