If you’re looking for a quiet little nook to enjoy a craft brew and a great meal, this is a place to visit. It has become a regular stop when in town.
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Needed a good burger and found one here. Have had the onion rings in past (really good) had the thick cut fries this time. The food was really good, the Scottish ale maybe the best beer I’ve had on my trip (after much research). Interesting...More
The owners work hard to prepare scratch made food, and brew their own beer. Burgers, onion rings, and fries are awesome. Sandwiches a also great! Fun place to go to after hiking at Smith Rock!
Stopped in for lunch and a brew after hiking, was not disappointed. Seated promptly, allowed to choose our table, very friendly service. Ordered an Imperial Oatmeal Stout and the Smith Rock Beef and Cheese sandwich. Waiter was very pleasant and helpful with a great sense...More
Stopped by on a Saturday afternoon for a late lunch while out shopping. I had the veggie burger with onion rings and a Cascadia IPA. My companion had the grilled cheese on sourdough with tomatoes and the coleslaw. The bun, the veggie patty, one the...More
Went there on a Friday evening with several friends. It was recommended that, if we wanted great clam chowder, we should get there when they open. Once it’s gone, it’s gone! Wonderful clam chowder, great staff (one of the owners was actually working that nite!)...More
Smith Rock Brewing is in a house turned restaurant just off the main drag in Redmond. Find it! Especially in the summer time so that you can enjoy the wonderful outdoor seating in the garden. The food is good, fresh and hot, the service is...More
This is a wonderful brew pub restaurant in a converted old house. Lovely garden. The food and beer were the best. Atmosphere was cozy for a cool, fall evening. We were so glad we found this place, and much better than traveling into Bend for...More