4 Best Brunch Spots Near Sisters
If vacation was a meal, it would be brunch. This mid-morning meal combines everything you love about being on a trip – a later schedule, delicious meals you don’t have to cook (or clean), and socially acceptable day drinking. Brunch has become so popular that many restaurants build an entire menu around the occasion, offering sweet and savory dishes that pair perfectly with classic cocktails like bloody marys and mimosas.
That’s certainly the case in Sisters, where you need only stroll the historic downtown streets to find a whole buffet of brunch-friendly eateries. So you can sleep in before you set out, we’ve rounded up the 4 best brunch spots near Sisters.
403 E Hood Ave. Sisters, Oregon 97759
Don’t let its picturesque picket fence fool you – brunch at The Cottonwood Cafe is anything but quaint. The menu is packed with traditional brunch favorites that are locally sourced and topped with a Pacific Northwest twist. Fan favorites include the Vinny, classic eggs benedict topped with a stack of savory smoked ham, and the Cottonwood Mac N’ Cheese, a plateful of pasta made with housemate beer cheese sauce. Don’t forget to wash it down with a custom blood mary!
281 W Cascade Ave. Sisters, Oregon 97759
Stop in at Spoons if you want a fine brunch for the whole family. Choose from a full list of homemade soups and sandwiches perfect for any time of day, from breakfast avocado toast to a tasty and tasty reuben piled high on marble rye. All dishes come with free coffee, so enjoy sipping on an extra cup of joe while the kids are slurping on a handmade frozen yogurt.
273 W Hood Ave. Sisters, Oregon 97759
Although they specialize in gourmet coffee, this stunning cafe serves an upscale brunch that’s sure to put some pep in your step. They have choices for every customer, from hearty burritos stuffed with roasted potatoes and crispy bacon to lighter dishes like house-made granola blended with fresh fruit and creamy yogurt. If you’d prefer booze to beans, choose from a selection of seasonal spirits like Acai Mint Cider for a different sort of pick-me-up.
171 W Cascade Ave. Sisters, Oregon 97759
One of the oldest restaurants in town, The Gallery sticks to its Old West roots in food and form. Dig into rancher-style breakfasts like a southwest omelet or a stack of thick hot cakes drizzled in whipped butter and warm syrup. If you prefer the lunch side of brunch, try a hand-pressed burger or a plate of their famous fish and chips.