5 Best Restaurants in Sisters, Central Oregon

Sisters Bakery

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In a rustic western-looking former general store built in 1925, Sisters Bakery serves up house-baked donuts, pastries, cookies, and pies, coffee concoctions made with beans from Sisters Coffee Co.

Sno Cap Drive In

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Since the golden age of the automobile, this iconic drive-in has served sizzling hamburgers, crispy fries, and handmade milk shakes and ice cream. Stop in for a good helping of roadside Americana, though expect lines in the summer, when travelers driving across the mountain stop here for lunch.

The Cottonwood Café

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Occupying a cute cottage hemmed by a white-picket fence, Sisters’ signature brunch spot serves breakfast all day. The menu features such recognizable dishes as scrambles, hash, and eggs Benedict—all elevated by the chef’s attention to sourcing ingredients from regional growers and bakers.

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The Open Door

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This wine bar and Mediterranean-inflected restaurant exudes an artsy, small-town eccentricity, with the dining room’s mix of mismatched tables and chairs opening into a gallery displaying work from regional craftspeople. The rather tacky art and trinkets all look swell after a few glasses of vino from the well-curated bottle collection.

303 W. Hood Ave., Sisters, OR, 97759, USA
541-549–6076
Known For
  • Boards with charcuterie from Sisters Meat and Smokehouse
  • Regular live music performances
  • A leafy patio
Restaurant Details
Rate Includes: Closed Sun. and Mon.

Three Creeks Brewing Co.

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The oldest brewery in town, Three Creeks offers a selection of beers at its brewing facility and brewpub that play on Northwest culture and the outdoor lifestyle. The brewery system is visible from the pub, which serves a range of burgers, pizzas, salads, and other bar mainstays along with lavish desserts. Order a frothing pint of the popular Knotty Blonde, or try one of their seasonal ales.