Fall City, Washington was established as a trading post along the banks of the Snoqualmie River in 1869. As roads were widened and highways were added, the town became a junction for motorists traversing over the Snoqualmie Pass. No matter which direction travelers were headed, Fall City was the perfect place to take a break.
With the influx of hungry travelers came the need for more great places to stop and grab a bite to eat. In 1916, a one-story roadside restaurant was built across from the river at the corner of highways 202 and 203: The Riverside Tavern. A second story was added several years later, and the building was renamed The Riverside Tavern & Lodge.
If you’re in the mood to grab a casual bite or a couple drinks, stop by our lower level restaurant and bar. Come join us for a nice meal in the restaurant, drinks and small plates in the bar, or watch a game and play some pool in the Pub. Whether you’re craving American cuisine with a Northwest flair or the best local libations, the Roadhouse has what you’re looking for at the right price.