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- $20 for $40 worth of contemporary cuisine for parties of two or more
- $40 for $80 worth of contemporary cuisine for parties of four or more
- $60 for $120 worth of contemporary cuisine for parties of six or more
The menu features an eclectic mix of dishes, such as pulled-pork quesadillas ($12.45), sweet ‘n’ spicy jambalaya brimming with sausage, mussels, and clams ($16.99), and Canadian pork ribs, slow-smoked for hours and smothered in cranberry barbecue sauce ($17.99 for a half rack; $23.99 for full). The grill also serves breakfast all day and offers a gluten-free menu.
The Frogstone Grill
White-water raft down the Thompson River and you’ll likely encounter a famous rock formation dubbed The Frog—the inspiration behind Todd and Shari Pratt’s eatery, The Frogstone Grill. Just as the boulder's unique shape has stood the test of time, the Pratt's wanted to create a reliable and unique restaurant, distinguished by memorable dishes. And with a menu of Mexican, Italian, and Southwest-inspired contemporary fare, they've managed to do just that.
An open kitchen showcases the chefs' flair for culinary invention, giving patrons front-row seats to watch as they pull homemade breads and margarita pizzas fresh from the brick oven, and brush slow-smoked ribs with cranberry barbecue sauce. To the delight of their late-rising customers, the kitchen team makes breakfast until 3 p.m. on weekends, serving up generous helpings of blueberry-mango french toast and sizzling steak skillets. The kitchen staff also happily serves up gluten-free options throughout the day. Guests who aren't seated near the action still get a show of their own, thanks to guacamole made tableside from fresh avocados, cilantro, and jalapenos. And while patrons dine, they can also enjoy the eatery's aquatic-themed decor, including frog statues, fish tanks, and even the arcade classic Frogger.