Top things to do

Top Choice French in Sisters

Cottonwood Cafe

Long considered one of Central Oregon's finest restaurants, this intimate spot has undergone big changes in recent years – including its name – in an effort to be less exclusive. Breakfast means Dutch apple crepes, …
Area in Sisters

McKenzie Pass Area

From the lava fields of 5325ft McKenzie Pass you'll find stunning views of the Cascade Range and one of the youngest and largest lava flows in the continental USA. Intriguing hikes are scattered through the area.
Observatory in Sisters

Dee Wright Observatory

Perched on frozen rock atop McKenzie Pass, Dee Wright Observatory is a small fortress built out of lava in 1935 by the Civilian Conservation Corps. It surveys a desolate volcanic landscape, but on a clear day you ca…
American in Sisters

Porch

This highly regarded establishment is located in a cute gray house. The cuisine is described as 'artisan comfort food' – think Parmesan truffle fries, moussaka, fancy mac-and-cheese, chicken and waffles, and seafood…
Brewery in Sisters

Three Creeks Brewing

The place to go for handcrafted beer in Sisters. Try the Crowdpleaser IPA or the FivePine Chocolate Porter, or order a flight of tasters ($10) to wash down a Three Alarm burger (with jalapeños) or Thai chicken rice …
Sandwiches in Sisters

Seasons Café & Wine Shop

Line up with the locals at this popular sandwich shop and order the turkey with cranberry sauce or Black Forest ham with Gruyère (21 kinds of sandwiches total!). There are also salads, quiche and lots of wine.
Cafe in Sisters

Sisters Coffee Company

Local, upscale bean roaster with high ceilings, stone fireplace, wonderfully comfortable furniture and lots of antlers on the walls. The coffee and pastries are good; head upstairs for seating with a view.
Cultural in Sisters

Outdoor Quilt Show

At the wildly popular Outdoor Quilt Show, over a thousand quilts are on display throughout the packed-out town; many are hung up outside buildings.