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Make Room in the Pantry, Root Cellar Open

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The Root Cellar, formerly 123 Ramen, is open. The restaurant transformed into a small market with house-made pantry staples from Anna Witham including bone broth, kimchi, pickled onions, peanut sauce, chai, fig pickles, hot sauce, spice mixes and so much more. Dive into the refrigerated case and you'll find a few grab-and-go bites, or order a hot cup from the broth bar. We recommend trying the spicy tom kha with coconut cream, fish sauce, chili and lime.

LISA SIPE
  • Lisa Sipe

Root Cellar
1289 NE 2nd St., Bend
541-797-0299
rootcellarstaples.com

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