Redmond is growing, along with the rest of Central Oregon, and that means the dining options are growing with it. From Japanese to American to Mexican, there is an option for any style of cuisine. Maybe you just spent the day exploring Smith Rock and want to stop in Redmond to eat. Or maybe you live locally but don’t feel like cooking tonight. What if you’re taking someone on a special date and are not sure where to go? Sometimes you just need to eat out. Here are the best places to eat in Redmond Oregon.
332 SW 5th St.
Wild Ride opened its brewery doors in 2014 with popular beers ranging from the Nut Crusher Peanut Butter Porter to the 3 Sisters American Red Ale. Soon, the area off of their brewery patio became the resident food park for Food Fellas, The Jerk Kings, Shred Town, and Red Road Pizza, Redmond’s best food trucks. Friendly staff and a hip atmosphere keep people coming back.
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546 NW 7th St.
Smith Rock Brewing Company has great beer from their fresh-hopped IPA to their Dopplebock that they brew from a converted house, but they also make really good food made from scratch. The chowder they serve on Fridays and Saturdays is a favorite here with locals.
845 SW 17th St. Suite #301
Rimrock Taphouse features 52 taps of West Coast craft beer. But they also have amazing food. With typical beer food like chicken wings, nachos, and pizza, it’s a great place for a beer, and food that goes well with beer.
509 SW 6th St.
Red Martini may be famous for their cocktails, wine bar, and 1920s decor but their food is something to write home about, too. The menu features American food with a French influence which includes plates like French Cassoulet, which is a slow-cooked casserole with cannellini beans, duck confit, roasted pork and Andouille sausage, and the Bison Burger with pomme frites. They also have delicious tapas and small plates to snack on if you just want a drink and an appetizer.
423 SW 8th St.
The Pig and Pound Public House is Redmond’s British pub, so it goes under the American food category because of the burgers but be prepared to see Bangers and Mash, Fish and Chips, and Shepherd’s Pie on the menu.
412 SW 6th St.
Brickhouse is the premier steakhouse in downtown Redmond serving prime cuts produced locally in the Northwest. They also serve fresh, in-season seafood. Pair food options with award-winning wines and you’ll see why Brickhouse is a local and visitor favorite. Try the Dungeness Crab Oscar, a steak filet with fresh crab on top!
447 SW 6th St.
Diego’s Spirited Kitchen has been in downtown Redmond since 2009. Owners Pablo Pena and Juvenal Santana also run Madaline’s, another Mexican restaurant in Redmond. Diego’s menu is based on classic Mexican cuisine, but you’ll find international surprises like spring rolls and pasta dishes like pork carnitas ravioli to go along with their fresh-made margaritas!
2414 S. Hwy 97
The original restaurant from the creative duo who run Diego’s Spirited Kitchen, Madaline’s is one of Redmond’s best choice for traditional Mexican food. Try the chicken tortilla soup on a cold day, and you won’t be disappointed.
950 SW Veterans Way #102
Mi Cielo features traditional Oaxacan Mexican cuisine in Redmond. That means they have dishes like adovado burritos, colima, and caldo de res. You’ll have to go order these dishes to see what they are!
511 SW 6th St.
Oishi is located in the historic New Redmond Hotel in downtown Redmond. With open seating at the sushi bar, you can watch these talented chefs roll deliciously fresh sushi. Their tonkatsu meal is also a favorite here.
974 Southwest Veterans Way
Thai O is Redmond’s Thai restaurant with staples like pad thai and tom kha soup. A favorite with locals and visitors alike are the drunken noodles.
527 NW Elm Ave
A rotating tap with 50 different craft beers goes well with a menu of traditional handmade pizzas at Jersey Boys. The pizzas are stacked, the slices are big, and the service is excellent. This is one of the best places to watch any kind of sports game on their projector.
1857 NW 6th St.
Geno’s Italian Grill recently returned to downtown Redmond after operating in Madras for 12 years. Their menu has expanded to include much more than Italian food. Order the Chicken Tuscana soup; it’s Chef Debbie Burke’s secret recipe.
614 NW Cedar Ave
Christie’s Kitchen operates out of an adorable two-story home painted red. Serving breakfast, lunch, and homemade baked goods, this sweet restaurant is exactly what you’d expect to see in Redmond: homey and local. They offer vegan and gluten-free options but their stuffed french toast keeps fans coming back.
124 SW 7th St.
One Street Down Cafe is also in a red house in downtown Redmond with a cute little yard in front. Serving delicious local coffee, American breakfast, and lunch makes them one of the best cafes in town! Patrons can choose between avocado toast, blueberry ricotta pancakes, and a Caprese omelet with prosciutto for breakfast and salads and sandwiches for lunch.
525 SW 6th St.
If you only have time for a cup of tea and a biscuit, AK’s Tea Room is your best bet. The shop is homey and the owner Karen is always baking up something delicious like chocolate cheesecake and Viennese whirls. She offers gluten-free options, of course!
Prairie Crossing | Best Places to Eat in Redmond Oregon
Our home development at Prairie Crossing is a short drive or bike ride from all the best places to eat in Redmond Oregon. Come see ourmodel homes today to see how you can make this community your home. Being so close to downtown Redmond means you’ll be close to all the best restaurants!