As the sign hung in the lobby proudly proclaims, “This Isn’t Fast Food.” And, for the most part, the service (which was prompt) and, fortunately, the food, lives up to the billing. Juicy, made-to-order burgers served with all the trimmings, coupled with crispy shoestring potatoes (regular, spicy or the sweet potato variety).
BTW, the fries are priced in with the cost of each burger, resulting in a $10 average check for most of them. For us this was a repeat visit as we had stayed in Bend in 2016 and stopped at Bend Burger for a dinner bite. We thoroughly enjoyed them then and happy to report they were just as delicious this time around. The carnivores – in this case Mom and Dad – purchased two “regular burgers” and our daughter, a BLT (giant sized) with sweet potato puffs, all of which we took with us on our mile (or so) trek down the road to Pointe Butte, possibly the highest point in the city (that you could drive up to, that is). We enjoyed our burgers / sandwich while taking in a colorful sunset, along with a few dozen others parked into the limited parking area at the summit. BTW, parking is at a premium, so try and get there early if you want to take in the sunset.
So, we highly recommend both Bend Burger and Point Butte; the former of course for dinner, the latter to finish off the day with a pastoral flourish and a sublime reminder that (no matter our age), the days always go by faster than any of us (ever) wants. Parking can be tight at Bend Burger – especially if you have a SUV rental vehicle.
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