Look below for important information regarding dining options during the 2020-21 Season
Full service dining and new grab and go options available!
Good food, even better views!
A great selection of dining options awaits you in our new lodge: Sahale! Scheduled to open December 2020.
Dining Information for the 2020-21 Season
The Sahale Lodge adds an additional 10,000 square feet of dining space, along with all the vacated space on the second floors of the North and South Lodges. We are converting our Schuss and Fresh Tracks restaurants into to-go/take away service - so you can order from a simplified menu, pay for it, grab it and go! We will gain indoor seating space from the old SnoBlaster and Racer rooms in the North Lodge, combined with the Schuss, to arrange socially distanced seating indoors. However, we really want our guests to eat outdoors on the deck or other picnic areas as much as possible. We also encourage you to pick up a grab-and-go option and dine at your vehicle between runs.
We will offer sit-down dining as allowed in our Alpenstube restaurant, with appropriately socially distanced tables. We will provide well-spaced seating outdoors on the Alpenstube deck as weather allows. Vertical will also provide sit-down dining in a spacious setting.
The Café will offer grab-and-go items, beer and wine with limited indoor seating, as well as outdoor seating when possible. We will be fulfilling tickets at HRM, the rest rooms will be open, and some day lockers will be available.
We are redesigning the Mazot with a sell-through window – the space is too confined for guests to enter.
Sahale Grill and Wildflowers Café
Sahale will provide much needed additional seating for our restaurant operations. The vast Waterfall Room, Raptor’s Roost mezzanine and outdoor deck will be set with physically distanced tables where those grabbing orders from the Sahale Grill can dine. Sahale Grill will offer up to four different cuisines, made fresh to order and served for quick in-and-out service. Wildflowers Café will serve up coffee and teas, as well as an assortment of grab-and-go items.
The new Bullwheel Bar will have sit-down service, but the bar is also functionally designed with service windows to the deck, to the Waterfall Room and inside the bar itself. This will maximize our ability to serve guests while respecting social distancing. The Sahale Deck will also have well-spaced seating option and food and beverage services.
We invite you to bring your appetite to Mt. Hood Meadows! We offer nine eating establishments, ranging from full service sit down dining in the Alpenstube Restaurant and Vertical Restaurant and Sports Bar, to quick service at the Schuss Grill, Sahale Grill, Wildflowers Cafe, Higher Grounds Cafe or Fresh Tracks Deli. The Mazot is located on the slopes and the Renaissance Cafe is located at our Hood River Meadows Services Center.
Executive Chef, Matthew Grimsley, is passionate about finding new complimentary flavors and textures and pairing them together to create a full palate and give you an extraordinary dining experience.
If you have any questions, comments or concerns about your dining experience at Mt. Hood Meadows, send us an email! We'd love to hear from you.