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Spork, the restaurant with no home but lots of homeys and the coolest graphic design support of any Bend eatery, is back on Century Drive this week serving up its brand of eclectic and savory meals from the Skjersaas parking lot. Catch breakfast lunch or dinner at the Airstream enclosed kitchen between 8 a.m. and 6 p.m., Tuesday through Saturday this week.

And with more warm weather on tap for the end of the week and weekend, look for some of the other mobile food purveyors, including Soupcon Bend and Sancho at the once again bustling corner of Harriman and Greenwood outside the Blacksmith, to begin ramping up business as Spring Fever takes hold. Or if a frankfurter and Old World recipe handmade kraut is more your speed, you'll likely find the BurlyWurst brothers down at Mirror Pond plaza this week, as well.


Spork, the restaurant with no home but lots of homeys and the coolest graphic design support of any Bend eatery, is back on Century Drive this week serving up its brand of eclectic and savory meals from the Skjersaas parking lot. Catch breakfast lunch or dinner at the Airstream enclosed kitchen between 8 a.m. and 6 p.m., Tuesday through Saturday this week.

And with more warm weather on tap for the end of the week and weekend, look for some of the other mobile food purveyors, including Soupcon Bend and Sancho at the once again bustling corner of Harriman and Greenwood outside the Blacksmith, to begin ramping up business as Spring Fever takes hold. Or if a frankfurter and Old World recipe handmade kraut is more your speed, you'll likely find the BurlyWurst brothers down at Mirror Pond plaza this week, as well.

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