Meet Suncadia’s newest restaurant
There are plenty of reasons why Suncadia, the resort tucked away in Washington’s Cascade Mountains, is such a beloved destination. For starters, the natural backdrop can’t be beat. The accommodations are incredibly cozy. There’s plenty of activities to do, from hiking to championship golf. And while dining well has come easily at Suncadia with various restaurants, it got even better last month with the opening of its newest, The Stovehouse.
Located at The Inn at Suncadia, the casual, all-day restaurant offers breathtaking panoramic views – nab a table outdoors when the weather’s nice – and the design draws inspiration from the destination’s unique coal mining past (think belt buckle railings, dark wood floors, and brindled cow hide bars).
Fittingly, the menu, which was envisioned by Executive Chef David Morris, honors its unique surroundings by sourcing seasonally and locally. The cuisine is hearty with whimsical touches, as evidenced by the crab donuts, rabbit pot pie, and smoked pork collar carnitas. Don’t forget to wash everything down with a craft beer or a Single Barrel Old Fashioned, the bar’s signature cocktail.