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Latest reviews from Sisters

62 /100
Ray’s Food Place (Beer Store)
“Nice little IGA in Sisters..has a nice beer and wine selection and most of what i need when camping is right there. Of course its a bit spendy ..but worth it to avoid a trip into Bend to get a Coleman propane cylinder! Staff was also very nice. Beer selwection is pretty great for a small town..even a gentrified one. Loads of local Bend/Sisters beer in of Oregon well represented.“
Reid 1012 days ago
“Above average pub food. Beer flights available. Very good porters. Growlers to go and 64 oz pitchers too. Semi-scenic setting“
chinchill 2462 days ago
“Cool rustic western style cabin in Sisters Oregon. Friendly staff. The food looks good but we didn’t try it. 13 taps of house brews. Bottle sales also.“
50belair 2503 days ago
“Love the look of the place. Bartender very friendly. Beers decent (we’re so spoiled here in Oregon.) Didn’t eat anything but saw pub grub with a meaty leaning.“
raphael 2710 days ago
84 /100
Hop N Bean (Restaurant)
523 E HWY 20
“New place in Sisters that has the best tap list in the town. Huge range of styles and even special ciders. Food menu was extensive but we went for pizza. Food quality was very high- loved our pizza. Service was great- we were the only ones in there. Small place, only 2 people on staff usually. Would really like to see it become more popular as the owner really knows his beer and food. Great value. Sampler tray came out labeled and in fat mason jars. Fun place, do not miss.“
GT 2727 days ago
“Pretty straightforward brewpub within the Five Pine Lodge complex in Sisters, OR. The food was okay, staff was kind, beers were below average. They did have a seasonal Black IPA available that was good though. Sampler flights available. Flights and food were reasonably priced. Worth a quick stop in Sisters but there are better places for food like Depot Cafe (has Boneyard on tap) and Hop N Bean, which has awesome pizza and the best tap list in Sisters by a mile. Still, good for ticking at least.“
GT 2727 days ago
“Large log cabin style buidling divided into a main sit-down restaurant area and a restaurant/bar area. Seems to be part of a larger resort, with many snazzy cabins scattered among the large pine trees. We sat in the restaurant/bar area. Seating for maybe 60-70. Rather noisy, with several sports TVs and loud country music on the sound system. Brew system and fermenters visible at one end. Friendly atmosphere and pretty good service. Sampler sets of the six regular beers ($9 for six 4oz. glasses). Three seasonals also available. Food is better than the beer. All the brews are decent and competently made, yet rather unexciting. Don’t regret going there -- but probably don’t need to visit again.“
maekchu 2769 days ago
“Medium sized bar with 11 taps of their own brew. plenty of seating at tables. Pool table, sports TVs and a fire place. Friendly service.“
BK7 2949 days ago
“Nice and rustic with seperated bar and restaraunt. Service was great. Beer is limited to what they produce inhouse, but they have enough styles to satisfy. Food was good and hearty, above average for standard pub/restarunt fare. Mostly American cuisine but a huge menu to give plenty of options. Inexpensive with great daily deals. I would definately go back.“
Ferris 3239 days ago
“We did a full tour of all the Bend area breweries/brewpubs. Our hands down favorite place for beer was Three Creeks. Excellent hoppy beers including the Firestorm Red (60 IBUs and my choice) and the Hoodoo Voodoo IPA (82 IBUs). We sat at the bar and next to Pat the Brewer at lunch. He was heading out that afternoon to pick fresh hops for a Harvest IPA coming up. With previous experience at both Anderson Valley and Deschutes, his abilities shine through in some great beers! Note that the food prices are a little high - but you do get large portions. And they told us about some Half Orders (not listed) that were plenty of food for one person.“
dukefan 3862 days ago
64 /100
Ray’s Food Place (Beer Store)
“Grocery store located on the edge of Sisters, OR. that carries a pretty good selection of local and west coast brews. They have a good selection of oregon and california beers with a rounded selection of national crafts. You can always find the Deschutes limited/Bond St. drinks here well after the distribution has ceased and the carry a variety of the town’s own Three Creeks Brewery beer. Nice grocery selection to boot.“
19Ei8hty 3923 days ago
“Nice place on the edge of Sisters. Nice new building, very posh interior and design - reminded me of Black Raven in Redmond, WA but with a full restaurant. Food was ok but a little pricey for the quantity. Beer was decent - a little mediocre and tame for what I was looking for.“
19Ei8hty 4269 days ago
“We stopped here for the first time on a trip from Bend to Astoria. We had a nice day and sat on the deck which was very pleasant. Service was a bit slow, but once they got our sampler trays and food order it was adequate. There beers were nicely balance and had we not been traveling, I would have stayed for a pint of their Twisted Sister IPA. The IBA was nicely balanced between hops and malt. A number of black IPA’s are showing up and theirs is a bit low on hops. The food was good. Sweet potato fries were a nice option. This was a good lunch stop just out of Bend and the long drive to Portland.“
beercollector 4291 days ago
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