South Fork Gives North Bend Room to Hang Out

South Fork’s patio: like someone’s backyard, but bigger.

It’s noon on Saturday and I’m racing to the second “Order Here” counter at South Fork, North Bend’s sprawling eatery and social hub, on a mission. I see only two cinnamon rolls left in the glass case by the door, and while the folks waiting at the first ordering station technically deserve the first shot at them, I respond immediately when a staffer across the crowded dining room waves customers over to the still-empty register near the back.

Only after I secure the cinnamon rolls do I hear that there’s a 30-minute wait for entree-sized dishes ordered off the

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