Mount Hood Eats and Drinks
Snag a big booth and order hot wings with chile-apricot sauce, some pub fry poutine (made with a pound of fries), and icy pints of lavender ale, and you'll see why Mt. Hood Brewing Company has been a favorite with locals and visitors since 1991.
Meals at the Rendezvous Grill celebrate the Pacific Northwest's bounty. Don't miss out on the wild salmon special, prepared with ingredients grown or foraged locally. On weekends, leave room for boccone dolce, a dessert of hazelnut meringue, chocolate ganache, berries, and almond chantilly cream.
The welcoming decor in the Skyway Bar and Grill makes it feel like Mount Hood's living room. Every surface is decorated with artwork and memorabilia collected and created by the owners and their friends. The restaurant may be best known for its barbecue, but folks also flock to the annual Crawdad Fest in August.
The crispy bacon, flaky biscuits, sausage-flecked gravy, and fluffy boysenberry pancakes at the family-owned Zigzag Mountain Store and Cafe make the perfect fuel for a day of outdoor adventures.