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Little Bites 6/29-7/6



Eat, Drink, and Brew-It-Yourself at Immersion Brewing

You probably already know you can brew your own beer at Immersion Brewing. But did you know you can drink here, and eat dinner here, whether or not you opt to reserve a two-hour session where you can learn to make your own batch of beer?

Immersion Brewing is a pub-style family kitchen with a full bar, daily lunch and dinner specials, an outside patio, and made-from-scratch dishes such as poke marinated ahi, short ribs with edamame avocado succotash, and a Duroc pork porterhouse served with spent beer grain spaetzle and Brussels sprouts. Bon appetit!

Immersion Brewing

550 SW Industrial Way, Bend


Tuesday-Thursday, Sunday: 11:30am-10pm

Friday & Saturday: 11:30am-11pm

Closed Monday

Broken Top Bottle Shop Brings On a New Chef

Husband and wife team Jason and Jennifer Powell opened Broken Top Bottle Shop (BTBS) in February of 2012 and it has been a favorite of Bendites ever since. Recently, they hired Chef Ingrid Rohrer, whose cooking style is described by Jennifer as "...high-end comfort food with ethnic influences." The updated menu will feature some new dishes without neglecting tradition—such as the always popular house-smoked ribs and smoked cod sandwiches.

"If someone hasn't been to the Bottle Shop in a while, I think they will be pleasantly surprised by what we are doing now," says Jennifer. To keep up to date regarding which beers are on tap currently, or what is happening at the Shop, follow Broken Top Bottle Shop on Facebook.

Broken Top Bottle Shop & Ale Café

1740 NW Pence Ln., Bend


Open daily, 11am-10pm

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