amily-owned Oregon grocery store chain Market of Choice opened its 10th store—right here in Bend—a little over a year ago. The bright, modern building is nestled between downtown and the Old Mill District on Colorado Avenue., making it convenient for both locals and visitors. Store manager and Bend native Casey Capell said, "The support from the community has been so positive since we opened the store. We've worked really hard and it's exciting to see that work pay off."
You can visit Market of Choice to simply pick up groceries, but they offer so much more. In fact, you could stop in to eat breakfast, lunch and dinner. They have so many different pre-made hot and cold options (plus a growler station, wine bar and juice bar) you'll feel like you're visiting several different restaurants in one place. Craving Mexican? Stop at the burrito bar. Have a taste for Asian? Build your own stir-fry bowl at the Mongolian barbecue and watch the meat and vegetables you've selected sizzle on a large round griddle before they're scooped up and served hot. They recently added a Poke bar that's so popular they often run out of raw tuna salad. Once you have your food you can be on your way or stay for a while. Market of Choice has plenty of dining tables upstairs and downstairs, so you can pull up a chair and relax as you enjoy your delicious meal.
115 NW Sisemore St., Bend
2nd Place Newport Avenue Market