Friday, May 24, 2013

Mother's Day Mini-Vacation, No.12 - OK, I know you're wondering about what we ate while in Bend. Today I'll share photos of the best.

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Brother Jon's Public House, Bend, Oregon--Saturday's breakfast. So good we decided to come back here on Sunday morning, too. 


My breakfast. Here's what it says on their menu:
  • Southern Fried Biscuits and Gravy $8.50 House-made white sausage gravy over Baked Bakery buttermilk biscuits. Served with two fried eggs and choice of side.
Here's what I have to say about my breakfast. Every single bite was perfect. My side, a bowl of fresh berries. About the biscuit, it's a Baked Bakery Buttermilk Biscuit--the bakery, our waiter pointed out, is just up the street. I don't know exactly how they made that biscuit, but I am particularly happy that they did. And that gravy! Oh, my gosh! That's the best sausage gravy I've ever had. Ev-er! I'm pretty sure that there were pieces of link sausage in there, tasty sausage. I like my eggs scrambled dry--these were just right! The breakfast at this establishment is the best breakfast I've had in the Pacific Northwest, other than those I've enjoyed since 2004 at the Bijou Cafe in downtown Portland.  


Leland's breakfast. He got the special and reported that it was indeed special. His side, O'Brien potatoes. 

The menu board which lists the special--the one Leland ordered. You can see from this photo that he took with my camera while I was in the restroom that he got a Baked Bakery Buttermilk Biscuit, too.

Lamont's breakfast, from their online menu:
  • Redwood Scramble $8.50 Three eggs scrambled w/ bacon, spinach, cherry tomatoes and cheddar cheese. Served with choice of side and bread. 
His side, O'Brien potatoes, his bread, the Baked Bakery Buttermilk Biscuit.

Before we left, the three of us made a unanimous decision to return for Sunday morning breakfast. I'll share those photos tomorrow.

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