January 3, 2011
To celebrate its 85th anniversary, Lake Quinault Lodge in Washington’s Olympic National Forest will be offering a three-course, pre-fixe menu for two for $85. The meal includes an appetizer to share, two entrées, a dessert to share, and a bottle of Lake Quinault Lodge’s signature red or white house wine by Maryhill Winery. Diners can choose among several entrée options, including a vegetarian dish, created by executive chef Patrick Norris, who sources local ingredients to create innovative Northwest cuisine.
Additionally, the Lodge will offer $85 room rates to celebrate the lodge’s rich history, which includes President Franklin Delano Roosevelt visiting in 1937 before officially proclaiming Olympic a National Park. The Roosevelt Dining Room stands today to commemorate this honor.
The anniversary promotion is available from January 2nd through March 12th, and some blackout dates apply to room rates.