In the upper level of the day lodge, above the rental area and bathrooms, there is a walk-through style cafeteria with all the usual mountain fare, a large, open eating area, and Molly Hogan’s Pub. The eating area can be busy on weekends around lunchtime, so, if it works for your family, try to eat a little before or after the noon rush. We ended up eating our bag lunches just before noon, and lucked out when a kind family offered us their table as they were leaving. I say it was luck, but really, kindness was the norm, not the exception during our weekend at Sasquatch.
Before leaving the mountain late Sunday morning, my kids were begging for a treat. I waffled back and forth, but decided they deserved it – or maybe I deserved it. Rather than getting in line at the cafeteria, we checked out the new Off the Griddle Coffee and Waffle Bar, located outside the main lodge, just above the parking lot. With waffles ranging from Bananarama Nutella to Heavenly Apple Pie to Chicken & Bacon Waffle Wookies, needless to say it was a total hit with my stomach – I mean the kids. Be aware, it’s cash only at the waffle bar.