When the snow starts to fall in Central Oregon, it’s time to settle in with a cup of hot chocolate. If you need to get out of our house before cabin fever sets in, here our a few favorite places to grab a cup and get cozy.
Two locations in Bend
Like everything else at the Sparrow Bakery in Bend, the hot chocolate is house-made. There are two locations in Bend, one on 2nd Street and one in NorthWest Crossing. Paired with a croissant or a few chouquettes (at the NorthWest Crossing location only), it’s the perfect treat.
At the Victorian Café, the Chocolate Winter is the drink for adults who still love hot chocolate on cold days. The drink includes Irish cream, Kahlua, amaretto and hot chocolate. Topped with whipped cream, it’s the ultimate warm drink to get your through the cold days.
Sisters Coffee Company
In Sisters, the namesake coffee company has a simple cup of hot chocolate that will satisfy on any cold day. The café on Hood Avenue provides a warm atmosphere and a variety of food and treats to pair with your drinks.
Dudley’s Bookshop Café
What better way to spend a snowy than with a warm drink and a good book? At Dudley’s Bookshop and Café in downtown Bend, you can have both. Grab a drink and a book and curl up on a couch upstairs.
Along with offering one of the best breakfast menus in all of Central Oregon, McKay Cottage also makes a great cup of hot chocolate. Made with Ghirardelli chocolate, this drink will be sure to warm you up on the coldest of mornings.
Tucked away in Tin Pan Alley in downtown Bend, Lone Pine has one of the best cups of hot chocolate in town. Order the house-made Belgian waffle to pair with any warm drink.