Totchos Were Invented Right Here In Oregon, And Oaks Bottom Public House Is The Place To Get ‘Em
Many restaurants all over the country offer appetizers made with tater tots, but totchos were invented right here in the Beaver State. If you Google the word “totchos,” you’ll get a page full of recipes to show you how to make this wonderful appetizer, so you can make ’em at home, but the place to enjoy them is from their birthplace: Oaks Bottom Public House.
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How do you make your totchos? Share your recipe with us in the comments!
Visit Lompoc Brewery’s website to see the full menu for Oaks Bottom Public House, then follow its Facebook page so you won’t miss a single event at any of its three locations.
Address: 1621 SE Bybee Blvd, Portland, OR 97202, USA
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