• Shore Lodge Welcomes New Dining Options

     
    POSTED July 30, 2017
     
  • Shore Lodge Welcomes New Dining Options

     
    POSTED July 30, 2017
     
  • Shore Lodge Welcomes New Dining Options

     
    POSTED July 30, 2017
     

Shore Lodge—an award-winning lakefront resort in McCall, Idaho—has welcomed a new restaurant concept this summer, the first of several it has planned. Formerly the Lake Grill, the new restaurant, The Cutwater, offers a locally inspired menu, including its famous huckleberry pancakes made with huckleberries foraged from local mountains and the Huckletini, a cocktail creation of vodka, Cointreau and local huckleberries.

The new venue can host private events for groups of up to 150 (indoor/outdoor space) and can also cater private dinners on-site. The Cutwater will be joined this year by The Bar and The Narrows Steakhouse, which will include a private dining room that can seat 16.

A McCall landmark since 1948, Shore Lodge is located just two hours north of Boise, on the edge of the largest area of protected wilderness in the continental United States. The resort has more than 19,000 square feet of meeting space, as well as the Cove, a full-service spa.

Washington’s Vancouver Waterfront development project will be getting a big boost this summer with the opening of two long-awaited hotels. The 138-room Hotel Indigo is scheduled to open in late June or early July while the 150-room AC Hotel by Marriott is looking to make its debut on June 15 at the Port of Vancouver’s adjacent Terminal 1. A 10-story condominium building, Residences at Kirkland Tower, is planning an October opening and will be attached to Hotel Indigo.

 

Sheraton Dallas Hotel has introduced a new outdoor event space under its new event programming, Dare to Outdoors. The hotel’s catering team has partnered with Pacific Plaza Park, a 3.7-acre green space in Downtown Dallas. The park features a 31,950 square-foot lawn space and permanent seating, as well as night-sky friendly lights for star-watchers. Three food truck power outlets are available and standard outlets are located throughout the park.

 

If you’re planning a meeting in Idaho, you’ll want to be sure and have a beer break on the itinerary. The state is the top barley producer in the United States and the second-top producer of hops.