The flagship restaurant at the Resort at The Mountain aims for a sleek, modernist look in its glitzy—for the rustic Mt. Hood region at least—dining room with recessed lighting and contemporary art. Ask for a table by the row of large windows looking out over the resort's greenery. The kitchen ably handles standards like bacon-wrapped beef tenderloin with huckleberry sauce and hazelnut-crusted baked halibut, along with a few adventurous dishes like braised pork cheek
with pickled shallots and pan-seared polenta. The adjacent lounge has fun, lighter fare (fish-and-chips, black-bean burgers), along with a few good specialty cocktails.