Snoqualmie Ridge is only a short walk from the Snoqualmie Inn and Sno King Ice Arena.
If Italian is on your mind, Francesco’s Ristorante offers a large selection of homemade sauces and pasta made to order. For burgers, salads and everything in between, Infusion Bar and Grill is a neighborhood favorite. How about gourmet Irish cuisine? Saints and Scholars have you covered. People drive from all over Western Washington to eat at Aahaar, a world renowned Indian restaurant.
From the Ridge to Historic Downtown Snoqualmie, there's something for everyone! Black Dog Arts Cafe is the perfect place to enjoy a vegan meal while taking in live music.
Historic Downtown Snoqualmie is only .8 miles from the Falls. Have a drink at Sigillo Cellars, Snoqualmie Brewery or Smokey Joe’s Tavern.
Locals prefer Snoqualmie Valley wineries. It could be the laid back atmosphere, the trees or the shadows of the mountain, but something is just a bit different out here. Don't go to a warehouse to drink your wine. Enjoy wine right inside the vineyard at Chateau Noelle.
If majestic views are more your style, both the Salish Lodge and Spa and the restaurants at Snoqualmie Casino have views unmatched in the region. Both offer incredible menus by award-winning culinary teams complimented with breathtaking views of the Falls and the surrounding mountains.
Sunset Magazine recently had this to say about the Dining Room at Salish Lodge: "An eagle’s-eye view of Snoqualmie Falls and the Snoqualmie River make this restaurant a standout, not to mention the four-course country breakfast with a waterfall pour of honey onto housemade biscuits."
As home to Twin Peaks, there are plenty places in Snoqualmie Valley to get a "Damn fine cup of coffee." Take in live music at Bindlestick, drive through Dark Horse, or get soup with your coffee at Brewed Awakenings. You can also support local teens at Trail Youth inside Snoqualmie Valley Hospital.