Victorian Cafe

Eggs Benedict Bend Oregon Victorian Cafe

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Monday – Sunday: 7 am – 2 pm


1404 NW Galveston Ave
Bend, OR 97701


Brunch and Bloody Mary’s

Bend Victorian Cafe DoorSituated at one of the roundabouts you pass on your way to Mt. Bachelor, this restaurant is a high quality refueling stop before heading out on an adventure. Located in a quaint house, which was converted into a restaurant, there’s a comfort like being at home. The café has been in business for over thirty years. That goes to show their formula is working. As we were seated Sarah, our server, guided us on what we should order. Known for their Benedict, we ordered a couple of different variations. Since it was brunch we of course had to go with an alcoholic beverage to wash down this delicious food!

Bloody Mary Options Galore!

Bend Oregon Victorian Cafe Bloody MaryLooking at the menu, we decided to try one of the variations of Bloody Mary they offer. The choices were pepper, pickle and regular. Since we couldn’t decide which sounded the best the bartender made us a hybrid! It was a perfect combination that was just spicy enough to taste, but it didn’t overpower the flavor. The Cajun Spice on the rim of the glass was a great accent to the overall flavor. The eggs benedicts arrived and the portions were large. First we shared the SW Eggs Benedict. It was exactly what you’d expect from a high quality place like this. The chipotle sauce and spicy sausage really came through and delivered the heat. Together the dish was spicy and tangy. Next, we dug into the Two of Hearts Eggs Benedict. This variation was a combination of crab and lobster that paired really well. The flavor is beyond words.  Now the award for best breakfast thirteen years running makes complete sense. After a filling brunch we hoped onto our bike cruisers and headed over to our favorite spot in Bend.