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Punk Noodle is Back

Chef Ben Phillips is at it again

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Chef Ben Phillips is at it again, bringing his homemade noodles to Bend for just one night only. This time find Punk Noodle at Boneyard Pub, where Phillips works at his day job. The main attraction is the noodles—buckwheat udon, classic ramen, Chinese egg noodles and rice noodles—but diners will get them in multiple flavor combos, including dandan, ramen-style and Korean rolled rice noodles. Also on the menu will be appetizers, desserts and specialty cocktails—plus an art show and live music from "doom surf chaos" band, The Kronk Men.

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Punk Noodle Takeover at Boneyard Pub
Mon., Oct. 28, 6-10pm
Boneyard Pub
1955 NW Division St., Bend
$5-$25


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