About NINETEEN at Awbrey Glen
Beautiful views of the Cascades framing our championship golf course, some of the best cuisine in Bend, a casually elegant atmosphere, that’s NINETEEN at Awbrey Glen. Whether you choose to dine in the more casual Grill Room, in the lovely Dining Room or enjoy the outdoor seating on the deck, our attentive staff will orchestrate the delivery of tantalizing culinary delights prepared by Chef Darrin. And, of course, our wine list features Northwest wines and other noteworthy selections. The Grill Room also includes a full bar for enjoying a relaxing time with friends. Open for lunch and dinner most days (seasonal) and breakfast on Sundays.
Bend, OR 97701
Hours of Operation:
Lunch: Wednesday - Saturday: 11:30am - 2:30pm; Dinner: Thursday - Saturday: 5:00pm - 8:00pm; Brunch: Sunday: 9:00am - 2:00pm
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Counter Seating, Fireplace, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Takeout, View, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
NINETEEN at Awbrey Glen Ratings and Reviews
Very slow service despite only a few other tables with diners. Server seemed unhappy that we wanted alcoholic beverages and was obviously annoyed when we wanted dessert. She seemed very reluctant to wait on our table even though we had informed her it was a special occasion.
Normally, this is a very good restaurant. But this time we had reservations made well in advance for 4. The restaurant did not notify us that the dining room was booked for another private party. When we arrived, we were seated next to the bar counter. VERY noisy and QUITE unexpected. Food was so-so. They need to communicate to reservation holders.
Third time for breakfast. 1st was in January lbeleve and was bad Juevos rancheros inedible. Service poor. 2nd was in April. Red flannel hash good and service as well. This time food was very good to excellent. Tofu veg hash excellent ad was the regular hash. Service top notch. I'd say the chef coming from the Heathman has done bang up job with the kitchen. Will be our regular Sunday brunch place. Have always enjoyed the Heathman in past. Now is terrible under new management
We arrived late (7pm) and were the last table to be serviced so it was slower than normal. We'll be earlier next time.
The dishes all were excellent except for the pork osso bucco which was prepared well but somewhat bland. The veal marsala was outstanding.
Went on a Thursday again to take advantage of no corkage fees.
Still one of our favorites.
We took my wife's aunt and uncle (both in their 90's) who were visiting from Houston. Ease of access was great and the noise level allowed us to carry on a conversation. We all ordered the leg of lamb...but the waitress came back and explained that they only had 3 servings left, so I changed my order. The service was very good. Our waitress was friendly and helpful and we enjoyed our meal. We would recommend Nineteen to our friends.
The food and staff at the Nineteenth are fantastic. Many people don't realize this is a public restaurant and therefore it's often quiet despite amazing food and service. Outdoor patio has great views and the care staff take to service is some of the best in Bend.
Perhaps, they were just not ready to serve anyone but the regular golf course crowd because they were slow, we had to ask for water several times, my daughter's chicken came with noodles (which she does not like and would not have ordered) instead of mashed potatoes and the server did not even ask us if it was okay. When we mentioned it, she got defensive and asked if we wanted to wait until they prepped more potatoes. Actually, no we didn't want to wait because we waited over 30 minutes for the food as it was, but we would have liked to be informed as to what was going on in the kitchen. I cannot even remember what I ordered, oh, yes beet salad with crab cakes. I realize I've had crab cakes at NOLAS, but even for inland Bend, I expected better. Oh, well, live and learn.
My husband and I enjoyed our dinner at Awbrey Glen last Friday. We understand that there is a new chef. We're looking forward to some fresh additions to the menu -- it could use some new / innovative menu options (consider also adding vegetarian options). Our waiter was very attentive and sweet. We'll definitely return
Even though the golf course is private, the restaurant is open to the public. My husband and I had a very nice dinner here. The waitress was excellent and friendly and the food was quite good. The twice-baked potato soup was excellent as well as the house-made maple ice cream with candied bacon. There was warm wheat bread to begin the meal and the wine list was good.
We live at Awbrey Glen so this is our "go to" restaurant for so many things. We are never
disappointed and so glad to have them close. Sunday brunch is our favorite time
to eat out and eat here. Since they close for events, it is a good idea to call before
planning on dinner.
Enjoyed all our food: ahi appetizer, short ribs and prime rib. Wines are a very good deal. Nice views of mountains and golf course in a quiet environment (in the dining room). A nice place to go when you want a break from the noisy restaurants downtown. Service was attentive and friendly. An enjoyable evening at one of Bend's hidden gems.
I've eaten here often and am rarely disappointed. It is generally one of the quietest restaurants in Bend but this evening there was an end of summer golf event which made it much noisier than usual. The food and service, however, were as good as always. The servers are friendly and pleasant which makes for a very pleasant dining experience.
This was a lunch to celebrate a friend's 90th birthday. There were 7 of us and everything was perfect for the occasion. Melissa, our server, and Gail, the restaurant manager, saw to it that everyone was taken care of, especially the birthday guest. The setting is beautiful (overlooking the golf course) and the quiet atmosphere made conversing easy. This is a perfect place for a celebration lunch.
We have lived in Bend for over forty years and dine out at least two or three times a week so we have watched the restaurant scene evolve over time. As members of Awbrey Glen Golf Club we have often dined there out of convenience, but this year we are dining there more and more because it is one of the best options in town. The chef is creative, the menu changes frequently, and the specials are always different depending on what is in season locally. Excellent ingredients and an innovative chef make for a menu that keeps us coming back and bringing our friends! Brunch is excellent for the family, lunches are reasonably priced and a nice combination of bar food and salads, the happy hour menu is a bargain - service is always excellent and the views, especially in the summer when you can eat outside, are gorgeous! Not everyone knows the restaurant is open to the public and it is a little off the beaten path - so it not always as crowded as downtown spots. Try the Huevos Rancheros for brunch, the Burger or Reuben for lunch, and Pancetta Wrapped Prawns or any one of the steaks for dinner- and one more thing, the bartenders are the best!!
This restaurant would get more attention if it were located downtown. Even so, it shines as a neighborhood standout. The kitchen prepared the best Arctic char in the Lower 48. The friendliness and service will keep you coming back even though you may never set foot on the golf course which shares its name. You can also talk baseball with the very knowledgeable bartender Sarah.
Our group of 4 had made reservations for New year's eve for dinner. it was a set menu and the price seemed reasonable...well it didn't turn out so good. While the setting was nice and the service was excellent, the food was sub-par. 2 of us had the chicken dish: the chicken breast was dry, the noodles it came with overcooked and the mix of flavors did not blend well at all. My husband had the tenderloin which was tasty but way overdone (he had asked for medium rare). All of the entrees were lukewarm at best and the rest of the dishes lacked flavor. It was a disappointing New Year's eve experience and we will not be back.
This is a great spot to have dinner with a nice view and pleasant surroundings. My wife had the pork dinner and I had the shrimp scampi, and they were both very tasty. We enjoyed a good bottle of wine with dinner and had the berry crisp for dessert. The dining, the food, and the server were all very well presented.
The specials that excellent server, Erin, described sounded delicious. So two of us ordered it -- a halibut with a Greek twist. However, we both found the halibut overcooked & tough. The side of couscous with tapenade was delicious. I would have appreciated a sprig of broccoli rabe or some green veggie on the plate, too. Another of our party ordered the halibut with curry, and said it was delicious.
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