Though the panoramic view is clearly one of the star attractions of this venue, it competes for attention with Chef Matt DeMille’s fresh + delicious cuisine, artisanal cocktails created by our team of mixologists, and the custom millwork, furnishings and original art that make this space grand yet intimate.
Framed by large panels of sliding glass, the A-frame structure was built from Douglas fir, reinforced with steel and cantilevered over the bank of adjacent Lane Creek, to avoid interference with the spawning trout that call it home.
A view through the east end of the pitched roof allows the morning sun to light up the space. Weathered white hardwood floors complement the raised lounge’s yellow and gray chevron-striped carpet tiles, in a cheeky nod to the farm tractors in the surrounding agricultural area.
Completing the picture are workbench-inspired dining tables enhanced with strips of black wood and white Corian, dining chairs hand-picked from antique and thrift stores, painted white with a playful scattering finished in fresh citrus yellow, a bar topped in white marble and finished in asymmetrical tongue and groove paneling, olive green leather upholstered banquettes, and custom turned wood lamps caped with industrial glass domes lining the sills surrounding the dining room and bar.
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