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8.07.2007

Bite of Oregon

Bite of Oregon 2007

August 10th - 12th

From the menu listed here, there are three restaurants from Bend that will be attending this year's Bite of Oregon on the Waterfront Park in Portland.

Bluefish Bistro featuring Chicken Satay with Cucumber Noodles, Potato Dumpling served in Curry Broth, Savory Poached Pear.

Jackie's Ribs featuring Barbequed Brisket and Pork Ribs, Ribblet Sampler.

La Rosa Authentic Mexican featuring Lobster Quesadilla, Portobello Mushroom Quesadilla, Organic Veggie Tamale.

I have never been to Bluefish Bistro and I have never heard of Jackie's Ribs. But hopefully they will represent Bend to the best of their abilities. La Rosa obviously is a favorite of many Bendites so I'm pleased they are going to attend and bringing some nice dishes.

With the failure of this year's Bite of Bend, I would hope more restaurants would step up and display their goods at something like the Bite of Oregon. But I'm not in the restaurant business so I don't know what the benefits or drawbacks to attending events like this hold for restaurants. I know that I would have loved to see more restaurants attend the Bite of Bend vs the taco trailers and caterers.

I want to stuff my fat face with small plates from as many restaurants as possible. Especially the ones that I have never been to so I can see what they offer.

http://www.biteoforegon.com/food.html

"Come eat your way across Oregon! Fresh Oregon Dungeness Crab Cakes, Smoked Ribs, Corn on the Cob, Fresh Northwest Mussels, Hog Wild Wings, Huckleberry BBQ Lamb, Seafood Stuffed Avocados, Seafood Paella, Traditional Gyros, Swiss Cheese Fondue, Home-style Mac & Cheese, Oregon Steak and Cheese Sandwiches, Oregon Berry Pies, Alpenrose Dairy Ice Cream, Berry Cobbler, Savory Poached Pears and much much more.

If you love food there’s a lot of it at the Bite of Oregon. From Entrées and Bites, Soup, Salad and Sides, Desserts and Specialty Beverages there’s close to 100 items on the menu this year."

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Blogger Chillable said...

Never been to Bluefish? Oh MAN, you are missing out!

Go on a Tuesday or Wednesday and order the Chef's Special Tasting Menu (only available these days). It's about $30 per person for 4 courses and well worth it---as long as you're adventurous. It *IS* chef's choice on everything, after all.

Coincidentally enough, we'll be in Portland next weekend, so maybe we'll check out the bite---for whatever reason, we never did when we lived there!

August 07, 2007  
Anonymous Keeneye said...

Blue Fish Bistro is my favorite restaurant in Bend. Period.

My review here: http://bendvacationrental.net/BendDining.html

August 07, 2007  

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