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Little Bites: Dakine Cafe Opens with Fresh Fruity Fare

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There's a new restaurant open on Galveston. 

Dakine Cafe is a superfood cafe in a brand new building with an inviting bright white interior and warm wood ceilings. The menu is as fresh as the space, featuring smoothies, acai bowls, also known as smoothie bowls, toasts, granolas and coffee drinks.



Try the avosmash toast, topped with avocado, radishes, chili flakes, pepitas, micro greens and lemon. The spiciness of the greens and radishes is a welcome complement to the creaminess of the avocado.

Location Details Kanona Cafe
Kanona Cafe
1142 NW Galveston Ave
Downtown
Bend, OR
541-318-6313
Daily 7am-5pm
Breakfast & Lunch Guide and Vegetarian/Vegan


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