Majestic Mt. Hood attracts adventure-seekers and outdoor enthusiasts with an array of outdoor attractions and three premiere ski resorts. Whether you are hitting the slopes, exploring miles of scenic trails, or cozying up to a fireplace, a Meredith Lodging Mt. Hood vacation rental will be your perfect home base.
Curious where to fuel up before hitting the slopes, or where to wind down after hiking the trails? Here are some of our favorite places to eat in Mt. Hood.
Considered an architectural wonder and declared a National Historic Landmark in 1977, Timberline Lodge is one of Oregon’s most popular tourist attractions. Whether you are staying at this stunning lodge or not, you can choose from their variety of restaurants, including the upscale and scenic Cascade Dining Room, the modern Wy’East Café and the scenic the Y’Bar.
Timberline restaurants are currently providing only limited food and beverage options. Hours and menus are subject to change at any time. We encourage you to contact the Lodge directly for more information.
Relax after a day on the slopes or the trails at Ratskeller Alpine Bar and Pizzeria, a family-friendly pizzeria and bar in the heart of Government Camp. This chalet-style eatery offers classic pub fare, calzones, and pizzas, plus craft brews on tap. Feel like unwinding at your Meredith Lodging Mt. Hood vacation rental instead? No problem, you can also place an order for take away!
High Mountain Cafe is a mainstay for breakfast in Government Camp. Enjoy a quick and healthy breakfast, or lunch in their warm and cozy cafe, or grab-and-go if you are heading out for a day of adventure. They offer gourmet coffee and espresso, fresh-baked pastries, breakfast burritos, specialty sandwiches, and even a Bloody Mary bar!
Located in the heart of Government Camp in the old Govy Country Store, the Glacier Public Haus Bistro brings Alpine-style comfort and food to Mt. Hood. This family-owned restaurant prides itself on serving homemade sandwiches, salads and pizzas using fresh, quality ingredients. You will also find classic European specialties on their dinner menu, including Wiener Schnitzel, Sauerbraten and Hungarian Beef Goulash. After a long day of exploring, enjoy a PNW craft beer, or a hand-crafted cocktail.
This family-style restaurant specializes in diner/breakfast food, such as huckleberry pancakes and delicious hash browns, but they offer a variety of lunch and dinner items as well. Whatever you order, be sure to save some room for their famous milkshakes and doughnuts. It’s no wonder this iconic restaurant has been proudly serving the community for over 50 years!