Wild Rose Northern Thai Eats
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Wild Rose is known as the best Thai food in Bend. It’s in downtown Bend as are many of the restaurants I have recommended. I do not believe there is outdoor seating available.
Flavorful, spicy Northern Thai food – everyone’s favorite, the long waits are definitely worth it. Vegan options.
This is like no Thai you have had before. The flavors blow us away every time! If you love Thai food, definitely don't miss this!
Super popular ... best to try at lunch or early dinner, unless you don't mind waiting for a table. Located downtown.
“Fun Bend-style outside scene with some of Bend's best microbrews. Yard games and lounge areas, this place is super casual and dogs welcome. *A note about dogs in dog-friendly restaurants: we treasure our dog-friendly establishments, so if your dog can't be chill in this type of setting, you may be asked to leave doggie in the car.”
“This place is a local gem! Great for all appetites, and amazing specialty cocktails. We highly recommend stopping by!”
“I love this place! It’s got a wonderful Turkish soaking pool that’s very reasonable. It also has a movie theater and all kinds of outdoor seating. Very cool pub and lots of different restaurant options￼”
“Best baked goods in town. Looney Bean also carries these if you want to hit two places in one go. ”
“World-famous climbing mecca and straight-up enchanting. The secret is out, so if you go mid-day on a weekend, expect to scavenge for parking. The best time to go is any evening in the summer. The crowds dies down, but the rock is still hot from the sun pounding on it all day. When you arrive at the park, look for the Day-Pass Fee area and drive right up to one of the parking spots in front of the machine to get a $5 day parking pass. It only takes cards. Misery Ridge is spectacular. If you are a climber, get your hands on a guide book. I might have one if it's not loaned out. It's mostly sport routes, but up stream there are a lot of trad routes. I know a lot of secret routes, so hit me up if you are going to climb. If you are hiking and want minimal crowds, go right after you cross the bridge. You can almost always count on it being 10 degrees warmer there than in town. ”