With innovative food at reasonable prices, The Rendezvous has become a true Mt. Hood destination. Seasonal menus using many local products, including chanterelle mushrooms and huckleberries, has helped The Rendezvous develop a reputation for fantastic entrees and devastating desserts. The Rendezvous Grill is open for lunch and dinner, featuring small plates, a light menu and a full bar. The classy and comfortable atmosphere, great food and rotating Northwest wine selection makes the Rendezvous a ‘top stop’ on the way to Mt. Hood.
Dine with Kaze and experience the whirlwind of Kaze flavors. Kaze serves traditional Japanese cuisine and sushi that will make your mouth water. Authentic dishes include tempura, udon noodles, rice bowls, curry, bento boxes and set meals, as well as exotic desserts. Kaze also serves wine, sake and Japanese beers such as Kirin and Sapporo, Asahi and Morimoto ales. Enjoy views from the indoor/outdoor deck or sit at the sushi bar. Kids menu available. Open Tuesday-Sunday at 5pm.
Serving inventive and award-winning pizzas, paninis, salads and wood-fired entrées. Solstice partners with more than thirty-five local farmers to bring you the tastiest food in the Gorge. Six craft beers on tap, local wines and gluten-free options. Solstice’s Country Girl Cherry Pizza was named best pizza in Washington by Food Network Magazine. Book the Solstice Mobile wood-fired oven for your party or catering event!
Located in the heart of downtown Hood River, Celilo offers Pacific Northwest cuisine with fresh, locally grown products. The dining room is a perfect blend of sophistication and comfort, featuring work by local artists and craftsmen. The menu is complemented with an extensive wine list and full bar. Join Celilo for daily happy hour specials, and check the website for special wine dinners and cooking class events. Open for lunch (11: 30 a.m. to 3 p.m.) and dinner (from 5 p.m.) seven days a week, year-round.
With its rough-cut stones and exposed timbers, Timberline Lodge is a special place any time of the year. Warm, comfortable and inviting, Timberline Lodge was built by hand to withstand the elements and the ages. Named a National Historic Landmark in 1977, Timberline is an authentic piece of Pacific Northwest heritage and a delight for any traveler.