Dining options at Suncadia include Portals, which serves sophisticated, yet home-style fare, made with locally sourced ingredients, for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Breakfast menu options include: The Cast Iron Cinnamon Roll, with Saigon cinnamon and cream cheese icing; the Seasonal Fruit Plate, served with a locally sourced honey yogurt dip; the Benedict Board, with farm fresh eggs, Canadian Bacon and Hollandaise sauce, served over an English Muffin; and the Chorizo & Egg Burrito, with aged cheddar, green chilies, pico de gallo and ancho sour cream.
The lunch menu features: Cast Iron Beef Tenderloin Tips, with roasted garlic, demi-glace and Rouge River smoky blue cheese; Kale Blossom Salad, with radicchio, quinoa, pumpkin seeds and oranges, served with a green goddess dressing; and Pacific Northwest Fish Tacos, with a cabbage-fennel slaw, cilantro jalapeño crema, avocado and pico de gallo. Dinner selections include: Foraged Mushroom Cobbler, with leeks and truffle chevre, served with a cheddar scallion biscuit; Gorgonzola Ravioli, with walnuts, brown butter, green beans, roasted golden tomatoes and fresh herbs; Pan Seared Rainbow Trout, with heirloom potatoes, hazelnut brown butter, green beans and roasted tomatoes; and Flourless Chocolate Torte, with macerated strawberries and sweet cream. A children’s menu is also available.
Fifty Six° is perfect for meals on the go or to share plates with family and friends. Menu choices include: The Suncadia Cheese Board, with select local cheeses, a locally sourced honeycomb, fruit and grilled breads; Glondo’s Sausage Flatbread, with cured tomatoes, marinated mushrooms, pearl onions and pesto; and the Miner’s Dust Chicken Sandwich, with ancho barbeque aioli, onion marmalade, spinach and bacon.
The Canary Lounge is a casual dining spot, open seasonally for lunch, happy hour and dinner. Mulligans at the Turn is located at Prospector Golf Course and offers light fare such as sandwiches, snacks and beverages.
Coal House Caffe is part coffee house, deli, and general store, offering snacks and beverages, as well as gifts, sundries, Nike fleece jackets, scarves, wine and gluten-free products.
The Swiftwater Cellars Winery features a tasting bar and full service restaurant. The restaurant’s menu includes choices such as: Deep Fried Risotto Balls, with Beecher’s white cheddar curds, served with a Romesco dipping sauce; the Cambazola Cheese Cake, a walnut crusted Oregon Blue, served with flat bread; Garlic Chicken, with fresh garlic, sun dried tomatoes and parmesan, served with a chardonnay cream sauce; and Goat Cheese Stuffed Ravioli, with roasted butternut squash, pecans and chard.
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