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Reuben sandwich from Zigzag Inn in Welches
Jarrod Lyman | 07/11/2022 | Villages of Mt. Hood

Eat: Villages Of Mt. Hood

There's no need to head back to the city for a bite to eat after a full day of fun on the mountain. There are plenty of places in the Villages of Mt. Hood to recharge and refuel. 

1. Koya Kitchen

You may think of sushi as something you get in the city, but Koya Kitchen has all that big city flavor plus the charm and authenticity of the small community. In addition to their sushi you'll find poke bowls, noodle bowls and other Asian delicacies. They also have a large selection of merch that make for fun souvenirs commemorating your trip. Perhaps what they're best known for, however, is their beautiful outdoor seating area. 

2. Wraptitude

Burger lovers need to add Wraptitude on their list of stops to make. As the name suggests, they are also known for their delicious wraps as well. It's the ideal environment for friends and families looking for a tasty way to refuel after a long day of fun. If you're really tired and just want to get back to your hotel or vacation rental, call in an order and pick it up to-go. 

3. Zigzag Inn

The Zigzag Inn is a historic spot in Welches. The building itself is an old log cabin constructed from hand cut logs nearly a century ago. While the Zigzag Inn is known for their pizza, they have a diverse menu for a hearty breakfast to gear up for the day, delicious lunch to keep you going or amazing dinners to refuel. 

4. Skyway Bar & Grill

The Skyway Bar & Grill is a Mt. Hood institution. The distinctive building on the north side of HWY 26 is known for its live music and outdoor fire pit and seating area. What really sets Skyway apart however is their mac and cheese; it's the stuff of legend. Crafted from a blend of cheeses topped with breadcrumbs and baked until brown and bubbly. You can also make additions like pastrami, bacon and more. 

5. Al Forno Feruzza

Nothing hits the spot after a full day of fun on the mountain than pizza. Al Forno Feruzza is a long time favorite for recreators on Mt. Hood. They have a wide array of pies to choose from like margarita, sicilian, puttanesca and even gluten free options. 

6. Mt. Hood Roasters

Coffee is more than a beverage, it's a necessity for a lot of people. Fortunately those people have options for great coffee with Mt. Hood Roasters. They offer premium blends, single origin coffees and many other varieties. In fact, Mt. Hood Roasters is considered some of the finest coffee around by aficionados. It's the perfect pick me up to start the day.

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