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About 10 Below
** Complimentary Valet Parking Provided **. Supporting the increasingly popular sustainable food movement, we prepare all our creations using fresh, local ingredients whenever possible, complementing our meals with fine wines from Northwest wineries and a variety of beers from local breweries. Feel free to explore our menu.
Bend, OR 97701
Northwest, American, Bar / Lounge / Bottle Service
Hours of Operation:
Sunday - Thursday: 7:00 am - 10:00 pm
Friday & Saturday: 7:00 am - 12:00 am
Minnesota Ave & Lava Road
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Complimentary Valet Parking
Street Parking/Parking Garage is adjacent to the hotel
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Counter Seating, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Private Room, Wheelchair Access, Wine
10 Below Ratings and Reviews
We enjoyed this modern art designed restaurant. We had the baby romaine salad and the dressing was great. One of our friends had to try the draper valley crispy chicken which was surprisingly good. The bronzed king salmon was also very good. The bread pudding would have been better with a whiskey sauce. We would definitely recommend this place for dinner.
The service was outstanding! Bevan took great care of us, knowledgeable of the cocktail list and the menu and made great recommendations. The salmon salad was super good. The scallops were nicely carmelized but a bit overdone and a little pricey for 3 scallops. Overall a good experience and would absolutely recommend it.
Nye menu was uninspired and poorly executed. Nice wine list; duckhorn by the glass was pleasantly surprising. Reservations were 45 minutes late to seat, valet nowhere to be found, beautiful fillet was over cooked and wrapped with overly smoky bacon (a nostalgic nod to 1991 perhaps?), and the "intermezzo sorbet" never made an appearance at all. Missed our ball drop party due to the incredibly slow service and seating. Disappointing. :\
I realize we went for a nice dinner on Christmas Day, and probably none of the staff wanted to be there but wow, what a let down.
We are local to Bend and have enjoyed 10 Below’s bar and happy hour many times. But dinner was a big disappointment. Slow service, slow to get drinks when the bar server was not very busy. Food was ok but overpriced for what we got. Once again yes it’s Christmas Day so not totally surprised. Ran out of dessert substituted another desert. Couldn’t even get our water glasses filled when servers walked by with a water pitcher. Waitress was very non ingauged but apologized for the wait. I’m assuming hoping to preserve some kind of tip. Sorry 10% is all I could manage.
If you can’t do it right, just have the bar open and serve snacks.
Four of us ate our Thanksgiving dinner at 10 Below. It was wonderful, great service and enjoyed the atmosphere of the restaurant plus it was on the quite side. It was a great choice for us. The guys tried the Absinthe drinks - very fun and a unique experience.
This is a ‘hidden Gem’ ...We have enjoyed eating at the 10 below restaurant at least a I/2 dozen times or more over the past 10 to 12 months. Most of our eating experiences there were for breakfast or a late brunch. So we were fairly confident that our Thanksgiving dinner would prove to be just as good as anything we had experienced eating at 10 Below. the quality, service and ambiance of the Thanksgiving dinner did not disappoint ! The food prep was outstanding and beyond our expectations. Everything is fresh and not prepared far in advance...The Butternut Squash Soup was truly amazing, our entrees, sides & deserts were done perfectly (or as close to it as one can)..the wine list was very good and carried quality named vineyards, ambiance is ‘classy casual’, well done & modern, not crowded, while being totally comfortable. Our waitress VANESSA (who has served our tables in the past) was awesome! We both left here totally contented & look forward to the next opportunity! We both travel a lot, enjoy dinning out and prefer better foods, etc..
(so ‘raving’ over a Restuarant is not taken lightly)
We have been there before and it's been great but after last night not sure we will go back. Beautiful place, lackluster service. Lots of staff standing around. Waited forever to be seated. I am Celiac made a huge deal about NO GLuten. Salad comes w breadsticks on it? Then the scallops were disgusting. Fishy, no caramelization, unevenly cooked. The risotto was not cooked (hard) and what was cooked wasn't cooked properly. Super starchy. I sent it back and they took it off the bill but what a bust for date night 😢
I chose the $10 lunch special as I've taken it before and friends advised me about how good it was. Unfortunately this taco dish was almost inedible. Cold tacos. Dry. Just hot sauce to add to it. But wait staff was good--just the right amount of attention given that this was lunch. If you want a quiet, easy to get into, restaurant, and don't mind being completely indoors, this is a great spot. Just be careful about ordering...I am not sure I'd go there again given the great lunch options we have around town.
10 Below was a great place to grab a bite and a few drinks. Their menu is comprehensive enough to provide options for all. We had a Cobb Salad, with salmon. A nice size piece of fish, properly prepared, over a huge, well put together salad. Add a meat/cheese platter to that, and a couple rounds of craft cocktails, and we had a great time out. We will return. It is convenient to everything, and a beautiful space.
Wow. Loved this place. It's so classy and the prices are amazing. The alcohol selection was wonderful and the food specials on happy hour were very reasonable. I enjoyed both the fish and beef tacos. I loved the fried olives and the old fashioned was amazing. Would go again anytime.
We were in Bend for the solar eclipse weekend from Seattle with foodie friends and needed a reservation that met our time frame. I found 10 Below on OT and read the reviews and saw it was affordable. We were not expecting the classy yet quirky decor and the food we ordered was fabulous. It was happy hour but we did not have to be in the bar so we started with the Mediterranean small plate and the roasted cauliflower and Brussels sprouts-fabulous! The scallops, crispy chicken, wagyu burger, blta and Cobb salad were thoroughly enjoyed by each member of our party. The wine list was fine and they made delicious mock-tails for a couple of us. Service was friendly and not rushed, but we were well taken care of. The only negative was that our table was close to the kitchen and we heard that noise. The next time we travel to Bend we'll try 10 Below again!
Nice to see 10 Below back in top form. We've been patrons of 10 Below since it opened, and have seen it go through ups and downs. Our most recent meal was excellent. We started with the creamy burrata. My salmon with spinach was cooked perfectly. One of my dining companions had the spicy orange peel shrimp - flavors were well balanced. The other companion ordered the NY sirloin, medium rare. We also had the trio of fries. Great all around. Wine list was strong and a good value. We will add 10 Below back into our rotation for eating out.
The decor is nice. The staff try but really fall short of what it should be for service. I crispy olives which were interesting, wouldn't order again. The sirloin was under cooked on one end and as ordered on the other, not even sure how that is possible, I didn't want the whole thing anyway so ate the cooked end. When I was asked if I wanted a few fingerling potatoes I said yes, surprise on bill, there is a $5.00 charge for the potatoes. The asparagus was overcooked and buried under the sirloin. Now the cheese plate desert is outstanding. Order that and skip the other. The wine was full of sediment and this from the top of a freshly opened bottle, ?. Not a favorite given the other great spots in Bend to eat.
We were staying in the Oxford Hotel where this restaurant is located. It was convenient and the menus were easy to navigate. The waitress was great and we just ordered a handful of their small bites plates to share. We had a late lunch that day so this was a perfect option for dinner. We will return next time we are in town.
While on a cross country trip with my husband, stopped in Bend for an overnight stay. Wanted to eat some local farm to table food, and picked 10 Below. Was not disappointed. The service was lovely, as was the food. A little odd being underground, but I guess that was part of the cool vibe.
We have always enjoyed 10 Below in the past but we also know that their quality has gone up and down over the years. It appears to be down again. There were only two other tables occupied and three people having drinks at the bar and it still took nearly an hour between the time our appetizer was delivered and the time our entrees were delivered. Staff also rolled a laundry cart full of used tablecloths from the function room right through the dining room and past our table -- gross! There are definitely better places to eat in Bend.
Visiting Bend for Mother's Day weekend; 10 Below was advertising a Mother's Day brunch and it looked like it had good reviews. Looked forward to enjoying brunch with my daughter. Arrival was fine, checked in easily and they gave me a daisy (? surprising choice. Even my local Indian buffet place usually gives a rose, but still fine). The place is visually interesting and the table was comfortable. However, once we were seated we were basically forgotten. I eventually had to ask a server who was passing by if we were supposed to just go help ourselves or what. Food was fine, although no "wow" factor at all for the price. But the worst part was our waitress. She NEVER came to bus the used plates, which meant that - on a smallish table - we were constantly looking at our old food while waiting. I had to bother a different server for coffee (who doesn't offer coffee with brunch?) and she just seemed altogether clueless and unavailable. We were fed, but it was not worth anything like the price. Certainly not special-occasion-worthy. I am not that familiar with Bend, but the dinner we had the night before in the Old Mill area (Greg's Grill) was far better than this. Would not return.
I understand it is a special ,day (Mothers Day), food was tasty but not a lot of selection to justify the $49.00 price. The kitchen did not seem very prepared for the day, several items were missing when going through he line, wrong utensils to use for getting the food. Desert station was weak at best, just a few small deserts and choices. I will not be back for a special holiday event, may try the happy hour and pre-theatre.
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