Pacific Pizza & Brew Is the Best Pizza in Bend, OR

Local pizzeria, Pacific Pizza & Brew, is gaining popularity in Bend thanks to their open-plan space, local ingredients, craft beer selection, and overall amazing vibe.

Bend, United States - October 13, 2017 /NewsNetwork/ —

BEND, OR—Bend is a small city on the Deschutes River. It’s a small town with a laid-back vibe that locals and visitors alike enjoy for its friendly residents and spectacular nature. Even though the city is fairly small, it boasts a large number of pizza restaurants—nothing pairs with a laid back feel better than pizza and beer, right? But, out of all the places in Bend to grab a slice and a brew, one, in particular, stands out from the crowd, and that is Pacific Pizza & Brew, (https://www.pacificpizzabrew.com/).

Located in the heart of Bend, OR, this hotspot first opened its doors in 2015, and they have been serving patrons quality pizza and beer ever since. Focused on perfecting what they know best, they boast a rather simple menu jam packed with the most quality ingredients possible. From cheeses, fish, and meats all “cold” smoked in-house, to fresh dough and sauce made daily, there is a pizza on the menu guaranteed to please everyone. They also offer classic sandwiches and salads, perfectly crafted to satisfy all types of cravings.

In addition to their high-quality pizza, Pacific Pizza & Brew is also known for their large list of locally-sourced, hand-picked beers and ciders. This ever-changing drink menu has something for even the pickiest beer drinkers. At any given moment, they have about fifty beers on tap, making it at once very easy and extremely difficult to choose the perfect beer or cider. These beers include a seasonal, rotating menu of locally-sourced beers and ciders that ensure that they have the best brews for any weather. They also serve wine, cocktails, kombucha, and sodas.

With its laid-back atmosphere, quick service, and open floor plan, it’s easy to see why Pacific Pizza & Brew is so popular. From their tables, customers can see the kitchen, giving them a glimpse into how the best pizza in Bend is made. The servers are extremely helpful, and the service is quick. Customers regard this as the best place to grab a quick bite to eat, where everyone they encounter treats them like a friend. The perfect combination for a night out in Bend is great beer, pizza, and customer service—these qualities are the center of Pacific Pizza & Brew’s mission. They strive to be the best, and they certainly succeed.

Contact Info:
Name: Jeff Johnson
Email: Send Email
Organization: Pacific Pizza & Brew
Address: 340 SW Century Dr., Bend, OR 97702, United States
Phone: +1-541-550-7887

For more information, please visit https://www.pacificpizzabrew.com

Source: NewsNetwork

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