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Pop up Dinner Series
Join us this coming Thursday, April 27th at the Chewuch Inn, for a night celebrating all the yummy things we have to look forward to this season! It’s “thyme” to Bring On Spring! Click here to book dinner
Claudia Webber will be hosting a three course pop-up dinner at the Chewuch Inn in Winthrop. Drinks and nibbles will be available starting at 6PM and seating for dinner will take place at 6:45PM. Check out the menu below.
- “Five Lillies” Tart (five lillies refers to leeks, shallots, garlic, chives; members of the Lilly or Allium family) served with Tender Spring Greens, Spring Beauties, and a Citrus Vinaigrette.
- Juniper-Infused Seared Chicken Breast with Balsam Root, Potato Gnocchi, and Tender Asparagus, Shiitake Mushroom and Cider Cream.
- Strawberry Rhubarb Tart with Pink Peppercorn Shortbread Crust.
If you have any dietary restrictions (vegetarian, nut allergies, etc.) please email Emma to let us know, email@example.com
You may purchase optional tickets for three course Beer/Wine pairings. We will accomodate wine preferences (i.e., “I only drink white wine”).
Quiet Season Discounted Rates; Take advantage of the lowest rates of the season – ends 4/30/17
*All special packages and savings must be booked directly through the Chewuch Inn. Packages cannot be combined with any other discounts, coupons or special offers. Please call us directly or request the package through our online Availability calendar.
Its not all outdoor experiences, enjoy live music, wagon rides, art and great food along with a craft beer at our local Old School House Brewery, cocktails at the Copper Glance bar. Two new Tasting rooms- the Cider House and Six Knots Cider (coming soon). We also have many local Art Galleries to visit. As for other things to see or do while your enjoying this Winter, Check our events posted on our Home page for links.
Hiking – You can still enjoy beautiful winter hikes but on snow shoes. See the above links for groomed trail but if you prefer to just stomp into the the Wild lands we have lots of beautiful suggestions. Ask at the front desk when you arrive for our recommendations.
Fishing – click here for more information
North Cascades Hwy. Closed, check back towards the end of April for spring opening.
Dining – We are fortunate to have many wonderful restaurants to choose from. To name just a few of Winthrop’s favorites, Tipi dinners is an experience in itself, serving 2 to 8 people around the fire inside a authentic Tipi. Arrowleaf Bistro for fine dining has just relocated into a brand new building just two blocks from the Chewuch Inn, you gotta check it out! The Old School House Brewery for award winning beer and great live music. The new Methow Valley Cider House for great tastes, both food and cider, Rocking Horse Bakery for a quick lunch and cup of Lariat coffee and of course Sun Mountain Lodge, fine dining with the best view in the Valley, this is a great place to day trip to if only to walk around there beautiful lodge. Twisp, just 10 minutes away has Tappi’s for a taste of Italy, a note about this favorite restaurant, Tappi’s owner will is looking at retiring soon, get in there one more time for to enjoy great Italian food, wine and service. Glover Street Market has an all organic menu for breakfast or lunch and fantastic juice and smoothie bar. Driving up to Mazama you can enjoy, the Mazama Country Inn for casual dining and the Freestone Inn for fine dining or the Mazama Store for a great fresh Baguette.
Beverage bars and tasting rooms – The Methow Valley is chocked full of local flavors. Here are a few places to taste. The Wine Shed, Lost River Winery Old School House Brewery, Methow Valley Cider House, Copper Glance Petit Bar and if you don’t get enough of it here at the Inn, Lariat Coffee Roasters. To find out more about these beverages and other locally made and grown products, visit Methow Made.
The Chewuch Inn
Winthrop, WA 98862