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Culinary Secrets of Central Oregon Tour

Central Oregon is known for its many year-round recreational activities, from world class fly fishing and golfing to snow skiing and rock climbing. It is also fast becoming a place full of the kind of culinary delights that you would find only in larger cosmopolitan settings. From award winning breweries and distilleries to assorted restaurants and gourmet markets, you will find mouth-watering cuisine and provocative beverages to satisfy the most discriminating epicurean.
So come along with The Well Traveled Fork as we show some of the area's most unique food, wine and spirit establishments and learn their secrets.

Chef Bette and her staff have carefully cultivated relationships with the best of Central Oregon's culinary artisans and is offering you the opportunity to visit with them. Join us on one of our culinary adventures and see what makes Central Oregon so unique and delicious.

Cost: $45 - all inclusive

Duration: 3 hours

Tour schedules by appointment

Call or Email for reservations.
*For larger groups, additional transportation costs may apply.

Various Central Oregon Locations
Bend, OR

Contact info:
The Well Traveled Fork
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541.312.0097
www.welltraveledfork.com

Learn more at: http://www.visitbend.com/Bend_Oregon_Activities_Recreation/bend_oregon_events_calendar/Culinary_Secrets_of_Central_Oregon_Tour_96_45_49

 

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