Return to the ranch life in Sisters

In central Oregon, the Old West still exists amid the rising ritz. See where to stay and what to do

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  • T.R. McCrystal

    Chef-owner T.R. McCrystal cooks up seasonal cuisine at Jen's Garden, one of several upscale restaurants cropping up here.

GETTING THERE

  • Sisters is 20 miles northwest of Bend (about 150 miles southeast of Portland) on State 126/U.S. 20. 866/549-0252.

 

WHAT TO DO

 

WHERE TO SHOP

  • Leavitt's 100 E. Cascade; 866/549-6451.
  • Stitchin' Post 311 W. Cascade; 541/549-6061.

 

WHERE TO EAT

  • Bronco Billy's Ranch Grill and Saloon Prime rib and burgers. INFO: $$; 190 E. Cascade Ave.; 541/549-7427.
  • Jen's Garden Small but impressive seasonal menu. INFO: $$$; closed Mon through Sep 30, Mon-Tue from Oct-May, and entirely in Jan; 403 E. Hood Ave.; 541/549-2699.

 

WHERE TO STAY

  • Black Butte Ranch Rent a condo and enjoy golf, swimming, and trail rides (through mid-Sep). INFO: From $100; 866/901-2965.
  • FivePine Lodge New development with 24 cottages, 8 lodge rooms, and Shibui Spa (720 Buckaroo Trail; 541/549-6164); Pleiades restaurant is set to open in October. INFO: From $169 through Sep 15, from $139 Sep 15-May; 866/974-5900.
  • Long Hollow Ranch Ranch stay (including all meals and activities) from $185; lodging and breakfast only from $99; 877/923-1901.

 

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