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Jamjuree Thai Cuisine

This is a decent Thai place on 15th Ave east on Capitol Hill. Fresh rolls were really good and peanut sauce was tasty as well. Garlic noodles were done satisfactorily. plenty of garlic for sure. They serve with peas and carrots which is different than I’m used too. Did not seem like spice level 4 despite clearly ordering it that way. Would eat here again based on this limited experience. Service was incredibly good for a neighborhood Thai joint.

Boneyard Beer

My first visit to Boneyard Beer in Bend! I finally made it!

I have been enjoying Boneyard Beer for several years now, but a visit to the brewery itself has thus far evaded me. I corrected that today…

Crows Feet Commons

I had my first lunch today at Wild Rose Northern Thai Eats. That place is awesome and it was packed. I had the Khao Soi Curry. Really good stuff. I’m now at Crows Feet Commons, and just finished my second lunch, a turkey and avocado sandwich on an Ocean Roll. I’ve been sitting here on the back patio staring out at the Deschutes River while my dog lounges at my feet.

Wild Rose - Northern Thai Eats

While in Bend I made sure to check out Wild Rose Northen Thai Eats for lunch. The place was full even at 12:30. I was lucky to find a seat at the bar! I had their most well known lunch item, Khao Soi Curry. Egg noodles red onion and pickled cabbage in a coconut curry broth topped with fried crispy egg noodles, cilantro and lime. I had it with the tofu and it was really good!

In Bend

After spending some time in Eastern Washington again, I decided that a trip to Bend was needed. I had not been to Bend since NW Demo Days at Mt. Bachelor in February, and I barely got to spend any time in town on my last trip. When I arrived in town, I went immediately to Crux Fermentation Project and somehow ended up with two flights of beer over the course of a couple hours.