Local Dining

The Methow Valley is home to a variety of food and beverage establishments, including incredible bakeries, local brewed beer and cider, farm-to-table eateries and even a winery. We have listed some of our favorite local eateries here for you to sample during your stay. Opening hours may change with the seasons, we advise you to check the current days of operation and hours with each establishment.

Please note the Inn's own restaurant is currently closed. Catering can be arranged for groups, while small groups and families may use the Clubhouse kitchen by prior arrangement. We're just steps from the Mazama Store with its renowned bakery, and the Mazama Public House which is now open 7 days a week for pub food and local brews.



The Old School House Brewery's Mazama Public House is now open 7 days a week for your pre or post adventuring gathering needs. They have a beautiful hangout spot waiting for you, with an indoor fireplace, an outdoor fire pit, outdoor heaters, and breathtaking views of Goat Peak. Located right at the Mazama Trailhead. Enjoy a wide selection of Old Schoolhouse Brewery’s tasty brews, local cider and wine. The menu includes sushi, rice bowls, chilli, soup, panini, pizza and more.

Mazama Store: delicious house baked breakfast treats, coffee, and house made to-go sandwiches  50 Lost River Rd, Mazama, WA 98833 (509) 996-2855

Sandy Butte Bistro: delicious food in a cabin ambiance complete with river rock  fireplace, with adjacent cozy bar as well at the Freestone Inn. Currently closed due to staffing, please check with Freestone Inn for any updates. 31 Early Winters Dr, Mazama,(509) 996-3212

Jack’s Hut: pizzas and cold beer at the Freestone Inn. Please check current opening hours with Freestone Inn (509) 996-3212

Woodstone Pizzeria: delicious pizza and a wide variety of unique European beers. Now operated by Methow Fresh who also provide a range of options for take-and-bake freshly prepared meals. Typically open Thursday to Monday 12-9pm. State Route 20, Winthrop(509) 996-9804

Mazama Public House
Mazama Store
Sandy Butte Bistro
Jack's Hut
Woodstone Pizzeria


Just 20 minutes down the road, Winthrop has a choice of dining and imbibing options. Spoil yourself with a fine dinner at the Arrowleaf Bistro or enjoy tapas-style taste sensations at Meza. Enjoy a locally brewed pint and pub food at Old School House Brewery, or sample award winning ciders with tasty comfort food at the Methow Valley Cider House. Both Three Fingered Jack's and the Cider House offer a sit down breakfast, while Rocking Horse Bakery has great espresso drinks, scrambles and freshly baked pastries. Check out our food and beverage shortlist here or visit WinthropWashington.com for more info.

Arrowleaf Bistro: consciously curated plates featuring local & seasonal ingredients. 207 White Ave, Winthrop, (509) 996-3919

Meza: Tapas and tasty bites on Winthrop's downtown boardwalk. 231 Riverside Ave, Winthrop (509) 996-3862

Three Fingered Jacks: The oldest legal saloon in Washington State, with an all-day menu. Open 7 am to 11pm. 176 Riverside AveWinthrop509-996-2411

Old Schoolhouse Brewery: local family friendly brewery with a fantastic riverside patio. 155 Riverside Ave, Winthrop, (509) 996-3183

East 20: great pizzas to eat in or take out. 720 WA-20, Winthrop, (509) 996-3996

Methow Valley Cider House: local made ciders and a nice outdoor seating area. 28 WA-20, Winthrop, (509) 312-1790

Rocking Horse Bakery: delicious home baked treats and espresso. 265 Riverside Avenue Winthrop, (509) 996-4241

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