Bar & Grille
TPC Snoqualmie Ridge
The mountain views surrounding TPC
Snoqualmie Ridge are extraordinary. The
clubhouse, however, was not. The predictable, basic design had staid country club
features. But that is in the past. After a $3
million clubhouse and dining room renovation, some of the best views in the state
are now visible from the restaurant, and
the inside is just as eye-catching.
The property was acquired by Arcis Golf
last year and is managed by Columbia
Hospitality. The new owner made big
investments in an effort to see big results.
So far, between 2014 and 2015, the average
food & beverage spend per membership
has increased by 35 percent. Average cover
counts are up 11 percent, and the club’s
overall retention rate has improved from
80 percent in 2014 to 93 percent in 2015.
The menu has a little bit of everything.
Entrees include braised lamb ragout, classic seafood cioppino and, on the lighter
side, grilled chicken sandwiches and a BLT
smoked-blue wedge salad.
Throughout the remodel, the design
team chose to maintain the intrinsic
Craftsman-style environment, while
complementing it with contemporary
upgrades. The Washington region heavily
influenced the interior design, with natural
wood, leather and metal accents. Despite
the major upgrades, the design team made
sure to keep the original character of the
TPC Snoqualmie Ridge’s grille area
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