We sit at a table for two, and order some specialty cocktails. The decor is what strikes me most about this place. It truly is a timeless design, very much at home here in our little mountain town.
Grab extra napkins there when you can, you’re going to need them and they’re not on the tables and they don’t come with your food.There are extra condiments at the tables, but they’re packed so tight I spilled salt every time I visited as I tried to pull the shakers out of the too-tight condiment holders.From taking your order, to delivering it to your table with a smile.Every time I visited they were very nice, and swiftly completed their tasks in a pleasant manner.On subsequent visits I tried varying the size to “big” and trying the different sides and toppings.
Have to say that sautéeing the onions really improves the burger.
They’ll custom build your burger from a list of options. Bogey’s always seem to have a couple of specials, which are priced well, but are rigid, allowing no substitutions.
On my first visit I ordered a “little” bacon cheeseburger and a side of onions rings. You can also add: Mayo, Ketchup, BBQ Sauce, Steak Sauce, Hot Sauce, Red Onion, Sautéed Onions, Sautéed Mushrooms, Jalapeños, or Pineapple.
A crisp and brisk autumn day consisting of a long list of to-dos completed, my companion suggested a happy hour stop at Currents, the lounge attached to the venerable Riverhouse hotel across from the mall.
I remember back in the 80s when this was the very edge of Bend. The river dances over rocks just outside, and the inside is a flashback to an older, simpler time.
You can choose your cheese: Cheddar, Pepper Jack, Swiss, or Blue cheese. I opted to swap the tomato out and add jalapeños into my burger, and added BBQ sauce…