Solomon’s: Add Us to the Best Restaurants in Bend Oregon

Solomon’s is a modern, sophisticated Bend restaurant at Tetherow. Named after Solomon Tetherow, a pioneer who led a wagon party through Central Oregon in the mid-1800s as they traveled from Missouri to Oregon, Tetherow believes in celebrating history. At Solomon’s, you’ll find yourself set in a beautifully appointed, classic lodge-style room. The tables have unparalleled views of both the golf course and the surrounding Cascade Mountains.   The interior has a 360-bottle wine rack and boasts a luxurious feel alongside vibrant texture and deep color. While dining at Solomon’s in Bend, you will enjoy breathtaking views of stunning sunsets over the Cascades. Menu | Best restaurants in Bend for fine dining As fabulous as the view is at Solomon’s in… Read More

Mother’s Day Weekend Special Offers

Treat your mother or the special woman in your life to fun-filled weekend at Tetherow! Start the weekend off with a relaxing stay at Tetherow, enjoy delicious Mother’s Day Brunch in Solomon’s on Sunday and then finish with a round of golf! Mother’s Day Weekend Lodging Special From May 10th-14th, Stay 2 nights and get the 3rd free + $100 resort credit! This offer is valid in both Tetherow Lodges and a Tetherow Vacation Home. This offer is not bookable online so call 877-443-1845. View the full terms and conditions here.   Mother’s Day Brunch Details May 13th • Seatings 11 am – 3 pm • $55/adult | $25/kids 5-12 | 4 and under are free  Make your reservations on… Read More

The Grass is Greener: Why You Should Become a Tetherow Member

by Jesslyn Gillespie   Whether you are a golfer, an active family, or simply someone in search of a lively, welcoming community, there is a Tetherow membership plan meant for you. Spread over 700 acres of natural terrain with mountain views, Tetherow boasts seven residential neighborhoods, a semi‑private 18‑hole Scottish links championship golf course, a 50‑room boutique hotel, vacation homes, three restaurants, event pavilion, golf academy, a brand new fitness facility with pool, and much more. Our membership community is equally diverse — this is not your grandfather’s country club, after all — and a magnet for all ages and lifestyles. Before delving into which plan is right for you, here are the basics: First, a premier location between downtown… Read More

Tetherow’s Spring Job Fair

Preparing for the Busy Summer Season by Yoko Minoura   When everyone else starts dreaming about summer vacation, that’s when people in hospitality gear up for the peak season. Tetherow is looking to fill roughly 50 positions this spring, according to Human Resources Manager Kate Fritz, in preparation for the opening of the golf course and a busy summer season. That number does not include golf caddies, who are hired through local business High Desert Loopers; instead, the resort is looking to bring aboard additional restaurant staff, housekeepers, greenskeepers, and others. To that end, Tetherow will hold a job fair April 16th, 9 am – 1 pm, that will allow candidates to meet with department managers. Job seekers who cannot… Read More

Adding Massage into Your Healthy Lifestyle

Meet Our Massage Therapist Tim Monaco by Yoko Minoura Although he claims no expertise in psychological issues, Licensed Massage Therapist Tim Monaco said he often feels like a therapist in more ways than one. “It’s a sacred space, being in a massage room – people will tell you things they normally wouldn’t share with people,” he said. “(And) it’s a rare thing in this world, that you actually have someone’s undivided attention, let alone for an hour or an hour and half.” Yet perhaps the reason some people feel comfortable confiding in him is the wide range of skills he brings to the job. Monaco – who began accepting clients by appointment at Tetherow Sport in December – is also… Read More

Dine for a Cause

Monthly Giving Night to Give Back to Our Community by Yoko Minoura   Although Tetherow Restaurant Manager Daniel Withington has never had to rely on Ronald McDonald House Charities, it’s still had an impact on his life. When the daughter of a friend had to be rushed from Bend to Portland for a medical emergency, someone from the nonprofit met with the family almost as soon as they arrived at the hospital to offer a nearby place to stay, free of charge, and a supportive environment to help the entire family cope, he said. So when Food and Beverage Director Amanda Rose proposed a monthly “Giving Night” at Solomon’s, to raise money for worthwhile causes, Withington knew immediately who he… Read More

Golf Course Renovations Update

New Changes for the Upcoming Season by Chris Condon Every golf course must evolve to accommodate and challenge an extremely diverse player demographic. Tetherow is no exception. As both a membership and resort facility, we need to make various changes to improve overall playability for a variety of golfers. The changes that have been done in the past have greatly improved the playability and more importantly, the enjoyment of the golf course. The Tetherow team works hard to make the golf course experience a phenomenal experience for all those who play here. We have a vast amount of experience to draw from in order to create a golf course that is enjoyable, yet challenging. Who makes the decisions on what… Read More

Coming Soon to Your Plate: Herbs Grown at Tetherow

Our New Herb Garden by Yoko Minoura By midsummer, diners at Tetherow may have the chance to sample dishes flavored with the freshest ingredients possible – herbs grown literally in the resort’s backyard. A roughly square-shaped raised bed, about 10 feet per side, has been built outside the Event Pavilion kitchen’s receiving door, on the south side of the building. Ringed with spray heads for watering and filled with soil intended for that use, the future herb garden occupies what was originally empty, leftover space. “The area seemed to fit, (with) the proximity to the kitchen,” Director of Agronomy Chris Condon said. “It was essentially a non‑usable space for anything but the herb garden.” The idea for the new garden originated… Read More

The Trailhead at Tetherow

Meet Our New Neighborhood by Yoko Minoura If you’ve ever wanted to chuck it all for a cabin in the woods so you can spend your days chasing powder or tearing up single track mountain bike trail, Tetherow might have a solution. Six vacation homes – located across Skyline Ranch Road, south of the clubhouse – are Tetherow’s newest addition. Part of a neighborhood dubbed the Trailhead, the homes are intentionally situated to give guests immediate access to the Phil’s Trail network and the national forest beyond. Upper‑story rooms and, in some homes, a second‑story deck boast views of Mt. Bachelor and other nearby peaks; each home also features an outdoor hot tub and patio with furniture. “You can jump… Read More

Keep Your Golf Game Strong

Tetherow Golf Academy Winter Lessons and Packages by Jordan Ropp   The course is closed, the range is limited to mats, and the balls feel like rocks – the winter season is upon us! Don’t let Old Man Winter freeze up your golf swing that you have been working so hard to perfect this last season! With our indoor Academy, you can utilize our high‑end TrackMan 4 software that will help you on your swing and keep your tempo throughout the winter season. TrackMan 4 utilizes the world’s first and only “Dual Radar Technology.” One radar system tracks everything the club does before, during, and after impact – from commonly known parameters like Club Path and Face Angle to Swing… Read More

A Reflection of 2017

Looking Back at Tetherow’s Tremendous Growth and Accomplishments for the Year by Carrie Ramoz As the days shorten and the frosty mornings linger, Tetherow looks back on a year of expansive growth and new possibilities. With new members joining, strong real estate sales, new restaurants, and the completion of the recreation facility, Tetherow’s developers, members, and guests have embraced the evolving Tetherow experience. Here’s a look at 2017: Membership As of December 1st, Tetherow’s membership had grown to 487 families. This year alone, Tetherow added 59 new members. The year over year growth in membership is substantial, especially when compared to 2010, when the membership number hovered around 50. This growth allows Tetherow to expand its amenities and programming and to… Read More

Brewery Months in The Row

by Yoko Minoura   For Justin Birtola, head chef at The Row, the closure of Tetherow’s golf course marks the beginning of the best time of year. It kicks off the start of featured breweries at The Row, where the restaurant devotes three taps to a selected brewery each month, and develops five new menu items roughly every week incorporating that brewery’s suds in the food. “It’s something we all look forward to,” Birtola said, explaining it allows his crew to reset after the hectic summer season and explore their creative side again. “It allows my cooks to experiment and think and practice. (And we) get motivated for the holiday season.” Now in its third year, some of the so‑called “Eat… Read More

Getting To Know the Tetherow Team

Please Welcome Our New Food and Beverage Director Amanda Rose by Yoko Minoura Once, many years ago, Tetherow Food and Beverage Director Amanda Rose worked as a dolphin and sea lion trainer at Magic Mountain in Santa Clarita, California, and was contemplating a career as a marine biologist. But when a position as a trainer at Sea Life Park in Hawaii fell through, she decided to return to restaurant hospitality – the industry she’d gotten her start in as a 15‑year‑old looking for her first real job. “I’m really passionate about the delivery of an experience at an establishment,” Rose said. “It really makes me happy when the energy in an establishment is lively and people are laughing and having a great… Read More

Tetherow: Your Perfect Winter Getaway

Ski Packages, Après Specials and Our “Sweet Spot” Location By Yoko Minoura For powderhounds looking to hit the slopes at Mt. Bachelor, booking a stay at Tetherow can ensure the mountain won’t be the only high point in your winter getaway. Travelers can again book hotel rooms or vacation homes, purchase lift tickets, and organize transportation to and from the slopes all at once by reserving a ski package at Tetherow. More importantly, visitors can save $50 or more off two nights’ lodging, skip the ticket window at Bachelor and enjoy all of Tetherow’s resort amenities after the lifts close at 4 pm. “This is not your grandfather’s golf club, (and) this is not your grandfather’s winter destination, too,” Tetherow Lodging… Read More

Meet Our New Members – The Harless Family

New members Keith and Sue Harless have seen a lot of change take place in Bend, but have always been attracted to the Westside and all the opportunities it holds. Both longtime residents, Keith living here for 40 years and Sue the past 26, they watched Tetherow grow and were specifically drawn to Tripleknot for its ease of living. Both Sue and Keith have had fulfilling careers that involved teaching. Keith was the first pulmonary and critical care medicine specialist here in Central Oregon. After 35 years he retired in 2012 having taught OHSU medical students since 1981. Sue has always been in education and owned her own business here in Bend coaching college students from all over the country be… Read More

Drink For a Cause!

Helping the Wildfire Relief One Beer At a Time by Yoko Minoura Like many Bendites, patrons of The Row are beer aficionados. But when a keg runs out less than 48 hours after being tapped? It’s more than just good beer. That something more is the pub’s ongoing “Drink for a Cause” initiative, according to Tetherow Front of House Manager, Brian Garza. Beginning in September, he approached local breweries to see if they would be willing to donate a keg or two to raise money for wildfire recovery efforts in Oregon – specifically, non‑profits that help those displaced from their homes and support firefighters and first responders. Because the beer is donated, 100 percent of the sales go directly to… Read More

How to Throw a Great Holiday Party

Tips and Tricks from the Sales Team at Tetherow by Yoko Minoura The best advice for throwing an outstanding holiday party is very simple: plan ahead. As a matter of fact, according to Tetherow Director of Sales, Kristi DiTullio, it’s not too early to start thinking about December 2018. If you want to hold your party at the clubhouse or in the Event Pavilion this winter you’ll have to be flexible, and think creatively. Although the property can hold a total of five small parties – or one large party and two to three smaller ones – every Friday and Saturday in December is booked, DiTullio said. The last available spots on those days were snapped up in July. But if you’re… Read More

5th Annual Holiday Bazaar

Mark your Calendar for One of Bend’s Best Holiday Events! by Yoko Minoura Move over, Etsy. If you’re looking for unique or handcrafted gifts for your loved ones this holiday season, find the perfect item – and support local small businesses – by shopping Tetherow’s annual Holiday Bazaar, set for Wednesday, December 13th, from 4:00 – 8:00 p.m. in the Event Pavilion. The bazaar, now its fifth year, will feature roughly two dozen vendors selling everything from handmade toffee to handbags, according to Membership and Events Coordinator, Rachael Carnagey. Roughly half the vendors are returning; while all of last year’s participants were invited back, a number of local businesses approached Tetherow and asked to be included. “It’s pulling together a… Read More

The Lewis Woodpecker & Current Tetherow Bird Count

by Cal Elshoff The iconic bird of Tetherow! The Lewis’ Woodpecker is not endangered but is on the watch list. It was first identified by Meriwether Lewis of the Lewis and Clark Corp of Discovery. It has a greenish‑black head and body with a light collar and red face with a pinkish belly. In flight, it’s darkness, large size and slow, steady wing beat give them a crow‑like appearance. They are common in open woodlands, interior foothills, and valleys, often in burned over areas. They travel southwest for the winter, preferring southwestern Oregon and northern California where oak trees are prevalent. Their main food is insects but they also enjoy fruit and nuts. They are not strong enough the build their… Read More

Meet Our New Members – The Wald Family

New members Brian and Lauren Wald have only lived in Bend for two weeks and they’ve already fallen in love with the area. It makes sense since both love to hike, Lauren loves yoga and entertaining, and Brian loves to run, play golf and enjoy a good IPA. Brian is originally from Southern California and Lauren is from Missouri, but as a couple they’ve lived in Phoenix, San Francisco, Seattle, San Diego, and they are now excited to call Bend their long‑term home. A handful of things initially attracted them to Tetherow, but overall it was the lifestyle, including accessibility to hiking, Mt. Bachelor, golf club amenities, and the mountain scenery. Besides their outdoor hobbies, Brian has always had a passion for tech start‑ups…. Read More