Making food from scratch typically requires advance preparation, adherence to a recipe, and your third and final genie wish. Save the third wish for more wishes with today's Groupon to Multnomah Falls Lodge in Bridal Veil. Choose from the following options:
- For $7, you get $15 worth of breakfast from 8 a.m. to noon.
- For $12, you get $25 worth of lunch from noon to 4 p.m.
- For $20, you get $40 worth of dinner starting at 4 p.m.
Using locally sourced ingredients whenever they can, the chefs at Multnomah Falls Lodge pack each day's meals with a variety of lodge-style specialties, served amidst the awe-inspiring cliffs of the Columbia River Gorge. Hearty breakfast offerings such as Hood River Coffee, eggs benedict ($11.50), and smoked salmon hash and eggs ($11.95) fuel long days of hiking or short days hiking through the Internet. Multnomah’s full lunch menu breaks up the day, as nine different sandwiches ($11.50–$12.50) are composed alongside smoked salmon fettuccine ($19.95) and cider-braised pork ($18.95). At the sound of the dinner bell, patrons can feast on lavish bacon-wrapped rib-eye steak ($24) or herb-rubbed prime rib ($22–$24), named for the chef Herb and his prized massage techniques.
Named after the nearby Multnomah Falls, the lodge emulates the woodland surroundings with a dining room brimming with wooden, rustic charm. Exposed stone fireplaces provide both figurative and literal warmth in cooler months, and huge multipaned windows frame the neighboring falls in their splendor. With such ambiance, the lodge is ideal for a romantic date for two, or filming a murder mystery about a romantic date for two.
_Multnomah Falls Logde's dinner hours change November 1 to Sunday–Thursday 4 p.m.–6 p.m. and Friday–Saturday 4 p.m.–8 p.m. Breakfast and lunch are not served on Sundays.
Multnomah Falls Lodge
A whisper of blue smoke rises from the stone chimney of Multnomah Falls Lodge, dissipating into the ancient trees that surround it. Completed in 1925, the Cascade-style stone-and-timber structure looks out at the 620-foot, two-tiered waterfall—the highest in the state of Oregon, and second highest in the nation. Inside the restaurant, a fireplace in the Great room bathes guests in warmth, and the atrium-style Falls room grants views of the waterfall. With an emphasis on fresh, locally acquired ingredients—evidenced in dishes such as the Oregon natural beef meatloaf, glazed Karubi pork ribs, and Northwest wild salmon—the kitchen churns out breakfast, lunch, and dinner following a seasonal schedule. A list of Oregon and Washington wines complements meals, and bartenders pour a variety of local microbrews for diners on the outdoor patio, which is open during the warmer months and closed during most alien invasions.
50000 E Historic Columbia River Hwy.
Bridal Veil, Oregon 97010