From the chefs on the line with silver-studded ears and tomahawk hair, to the inked-up, decked-out bar staff shaking and stirring some of the most creative cocktails in the valley, we’re all dropouts here.
Culinary Dropout serves the very best in unique gastro-pub fare that quietly seeks out future musical superstars who wouldn’t mind being paid whiskey and pretzel bites. We’re not easily definable and even harder to forget. And we did that on purpose so you could come and hang out.
Admission: $10 per person
(includes souvenir beer mug and tasting tickets) Must be 21 or older to attend.
Join us for Oktoberfest featuring more than 40 varieties of beer from around the world. Traditional keg tapping opening ceremony! Special Oktoberfest faire including German Sausages, Jagerschnitzel, Weiner Schnitzel, Frikadellen Sliders, Hot Pretzles and more.
Live entertainment with “No Quarter” (a Led Zeppelin tribute band) and “Whiskey River” (a Lynyrd Skynyrd tribute band)!
DOORS OPEN AT 5:30 P.M.
FOOD AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE
For tickets and information call 509.482.2022 or 1.800.344.4867
MUST BE 21 YEARS OF AGE
Don’t miss the opportunity to enjoy the Northwest’s finest microbrews and bid on items you can’t live without, while raising funds for the Inland Northwest Chapter of the National Multiple Sclerosis Society.
$50 gets you a tasting glass and the opportunity to cruise the grounds of beautiful Elings Park for an afternoon, sampling the best brewers in the west.
Attention homebrewers and beer geeks…come share your love for craft with the staff from Barren Hill Tavern & Brewery, Iron Hill Brewery-Chestnut Hill, and Deschutes Brewery at Barren Hill’s brand new location.
Chat with brewers from all three breweries. Sip on an exclusive brew made just for the event, out of your commemorative snifter. Gather complimentary brewing supplies, including clone recipe booklets and bags of whole flower hops, to use in your next homebrew (supplies are limited). But that’s not all…
As fall gracefully eases its way onto the scene and provides a time to harvest and give thanks, it’s the perfect time to enjoy a community gathering. The Bank of the Cascades Bend Fall Festival, presented by The Source Weekly brings a celebration of all things fall to downtown Bend. Fall-themed activities including contests, music, art, and food that will thrill attendees of all ages.
Head downtown to listen to FREE live music, check out 125 artists and craftspeople, participate in the Pumpkin Pie Contest, plus much much more.
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