Dining at Sunday River is all about variety. Between the resort, the access road and the town of Bethel, you'll find options ranging from fine dining and sushi to pizza and our own microbrewery. Below you'll find a listings of on-mountain dining options.
Celebrating Maine TraditionOpen during the winter and summer seasons.
Camp is Sunday River's newest restaurant, opened in December 2013 in the Grand Summit Hotel serving comfort food with a sophisticated touch. Open daily for breakfast and dinner.Learn More
A Memorable Dining ExperienceOpen during the summer season
Experience grand dining at the Jordan Hotel. Grand Ave offers a variety of entrees ranging from sirloin steak and cedar-planked salmon to a unique selection of mouthwatering burgers and vegetarian delights. Looking for a specialty beverage? Grand Ave has you covered with cocktails, premium draught beer, and exceptional wines. Located at the Jordan Hotel, (207) 824-5353.
Check out Grand Ave's fall specials.Menu
Dinner affairs at the mid-mountain Peak LodgeOpen during the winter and summer seasons.
Ride the Chondola to our mid-mountain Peak Lodge for a unique dining experience. Peak Dinners are the perfect way to enjoy an evening in the mountains, and an unforgettable meal. Throughout the winter we will offer a variety of dinners for every occasion. From a pizza buffet with Eddy the Yeti for the family to a number of different beer and wine dinners to a Valentine's Day fine dining dinner for two, there will be something for everyone.Learn More
Comfortable and ConvenientOpen year round.
A comfy atmosphere, serving lunch daily-Moonstruck Café's menu includes warm pastries, soups, made-to-order sandwiches and wraps, fresh salads, and burgers. Its slopeside location in the Grand Summit Hotel makes for a quick and convenient stop for an energy boost before or after hitting the slopes, (207) 824-3500, ext. 2424.Menu
Northern Lights Cafe
Cozy and QuickOpen year round.
A cozy café tucked away in the Jordan Hotel-the Northern Light Café serves breakfast and lunch daily specializing in hot and cold beverages, fresh pastries, soups, made-to-order sandwiches and salads, and daily specials. Northern Lights Café is located at the top of the lobby stairs on the second floor of the Jordan Hotel, adjacent to the hotel's ski-on/ski-out entrance, (207) 824-5327.
Hottest Après on the Coolest MountainOpen during the winter season
No ski day is complete without a stop by the Foggy Goggle, home of the longest après ski party in the East and the popular Bud Light Music Series! The Foggy Goggle features a fun, new menu that includes burgers, chili, chowder, daily soups, its famous nachos, and buffalo chicken mac 'n cheese. There are vegetarian and gluten-free options too! Specialty drinks are Foggy Goggle's claim to fame. The Foggy Goggle is located on the third floor of the South Ridge Lodge. (207) 824-5056.Menu
Upscale Pub Food with a ViewOpen during the winter season
What's better than a ski-in/ski-out pub with amazing food? How about adding a wraparound deck with sweeping views of Jordan Bowl and a menu that serves up traditional favorites as well as unique offerings?! Après entertainment on Saturday afternoons makes Sliders a great place to relax and unwind after a tremendous day on the hill. For dinner, enjoy a glass of wine with one of the many featured specials, such as wine-braised short ribs, cedar-planked salmon, or other marvelous mouth-watering chef creations. Sliders is located slopeside at the Jordan Hotel right off Lollapalooza. (207) 824-5300.Menu
Breakfast at the Resort Hotels
The Most Important Meal of the DayOpen during the winter and summer seasons.
Eat a hearty breakfast before hitting the slopes. Both Camp, located at the Grand Summit Hotel, and Grand Ave, located at the Jordan Hotel, offer daily breakfast buffets that includes an ever-changing variety of fresh fruit, egg dishes, pancakes, cinnamon French toast, applewood-smoked bacon, breakfast sausage, breakfast potatoes, Danishes and pastries, as well as a crepe and omelet station.
Relaxed, local, funOpen during the winter season
A relaxed, local apres ski scene in Barker Mountain Lodge away from the crowds and hype, voted Best of Bethel for Best Bartender and Best Spring Deck Scene. Also home to the infamous Barker Mug Club.
For information about the Barker Mug Club and to learn how to become a member, check out the Learn More link below.Learn More
Barker Food Court
Traditional Wallet-Friendly FareOpen during the winter season
Barker Lodge is where it all started. Fifty-four years later, we are still serving homemade fare at reasonable prices. Ready to take care of the ski bum in all of us, Barker has everything you'd want for a delicious meal or quick snack at budget-friendly prices. Stop by for their homemade meatball sub, barbeque bacon cheeseburger, hot wraps and sandwiches, or a fresh salad. Don't worry-the traditional staples like chicken tenders, fries, and warm baked goods are always available. (207) 824-5245.
South Ridge Food Court
Variety and Healthy OptionsOpen during the winter season
South Ridge offers the biggest variety of food items at the resort. You can still find the traditional food court favorites, but additionally the kitchen serves up a full menu of healthy options that include a salad bar featuring local Maine produce when it's available, fruit cups, veggie plates, yogurt parfaits, vegan gluten-free chili, grilled eggplant, roasted veggie pita, and bottled beverages made with pure cane sugar. (207) 824-5247.
Peak Lodge Food Court
Unique and Non-TraditionalOpen during the winter season
Not your traditional cafeteria; there are no French fries here. The Peak features Asian-inspired options cooked in front of you in a large woks, baked Maine potatoes with a great variety of toppings, freshly made gourmet sandwiches, flatbread pizza with fresh organic toppings, internationally renowned cinnamon buns and Bloody Mary's that are almost a meal in themselves. Out on the redesigned deck you can find a smoker on the weekends that will allow us to serve smoked meats and other delicious specials while surrounded by spectacular views of Maine's Mahoosuc Mountain Range. The Peak Lodge is located at the top of the Chondola at North Peak. (207) 824-5235.
Sunday River "To Go"
Best "To Go" in the ValleyOpen during the winter season
Looking to have someone cook for you? Call Sunday River "To Go" at (207) 824-5757. You can have your choice of a wide variety of pizza, calzones, salads, appetizers, and even desserts. Open Friday, Saturday, and holidays (winter season only) from 4 p.m. to 9 p.m.Menu
Cho Sun at South Ridge
Sushi and Noodle BarOpen during the winter season
Adding more variety in food options to the South Ridge Lodge is Cho Sun, serving up a variety of Japanese and Korean food options along with a full bar. Japanese and Korean cuisines are well-balanced and low in calories. (Sunday River Dining Card not accepted).Menu
Shipyard Brew Haus
Cozy and Family FriendlyOpen during the winter season
Located in the White Cap Lodge, Shipyard is a great family venue for casual dining any night of the week. Open Monday thru Friday at 11 a.m. for lunch, apres ski, and dinner. Open at 8 a.m. on weekends for breakfast featuring Kegs & Eggs with $4 Bloody Marys. Stop by daily for apres specials on Shipyard pints, wings, pizzas, and poppers. Live music every Saturday from 3-9 p.m. For more information, come see us at White Cap Lodge or call (207) 824-5138.Menu
Burrito BarOpen during the winter season
New to the South Ridge Lodge, Cilantro offers comfort food with the ultimate convenience. Select from beef, chicken, pork, salmon, or vegetarian burritos with your choice of toppings including their signature homemade sauces and salsas all made with local ingredients.
All-Day Access to WafflesOpen during the winter season
Looking for a quick pick-me-up before, during, or after tearing up the slopes? Stop by the Waffle Cabin in the Barker basin for a warm Authentic Belgian Sugar waffle. It can be served with or without drizzled melted chocolate. Located next to the Barker Mountain Express lift, the Waffle Cabin gives you the convenience of keeping your gear on while enjoying the taste of a warm, homemade treat. www.wafflecabin.com
Bite Into Maine
Award Winning Lobster RollsOpen during the winter season
Recently hailed as one of America's best lobster rolls by Food and Wine magazine. Bite into Maine serves up 6 styles, from classic to non-traditional (think wasabi, curry, and chipotle) at the North Peak patio this season. If that wasn't enough, you can also warm up with lobster mac n' cheese, lobster grilled cheese, and other locally inspired sides. www.biteintomaine.com