38601 SE King Street
Snoqualmie, WA 98065Neighborhood:
SteakhousePrice: $31 to $50
- Dining Style: Casual Elegant
- Website: http://www.woodmanlodge.com/
- Phone: 4258884441
- Hours of Operation:
Dinner: 4:00pm - 10:00pm Tue-Sun
Brunch on Sat-Sun 10am-3pm
Happy Hour Tues-Fri 4-6pm Bar Only
- Payment Options: AMEX,MasterCard,Visa
- Cuisine: Seafood, Steakhouse, Wild Game
- Executive Chef: Jere Scott
- Dress Code: Smart Casual
- Accepts Walk-Ins: Yes
- Additional Details: Banquet/Private Rooms, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Chef's Table, Counter Seating, Entertainment, Farm to Table, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking Restaurant, Personal wines welcome, Personal wines welcome (corkage fee applies), Private Room, Takeout, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine, Wine Bar
- Private Party Facilities: The Woodman Lodge Banquet room is the perfect location for your business meeting or conference.
- Private Party Contact: Michelle Grant 8884906508
- Entertainment: The Woodman Lodge offers Interactive Dinner shows once a month as well as for private events by request.
This is interactive comedy theater with a twist, as some attendees can become actual suspects!So just tell us if you want someone in your party to be involved when making your reservation, and we can help you accuse your friends & family of nefarious crimes by setting them up as suspects in the mystery (behind their backs of course! )Whatever happens at the end of the evening, we guarantee that someone will be leaving in handcuffs!
- Special Events: NW Anglers Dinner planned for April 10th 2013. See our website or Facebook page for event details.
A word from Woodman Lodge
Modern dining meets authentic history at Woodman Lodge Steakhouse. Standing as a tribute to a bygone era, it honors the hardworking men and women of the Snoqualmie Valley - nurturing the community spirit by bringing families together for wholesome, social and recreational activities. As a historic steakhouse and saloon, the Woodman Lodge offers an extensive menu of amazing Hors d’ oeuvres, soups, salads, grilled items, entrees, burgers and sandwiches. These can all be enjoyed in the warm, cozy and comfortable atmosphere along with a wide variety of drinks from the full bar.Continued
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- Diners' Choice WinnerNeigborhood Gem
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Woodman Lodge reviews from OpenTable diners
62 reviews since June 3, 2014
- Ambiance4.1Noise LevelModerate
neighborhood gem (43)special occasion (28)fit for foodies (19)good for groups (17)great for brunch (11)notable wine list (11)kid-friendly (10)great for lunch (8)romantic (7)hot spot (6)vibrant bar scene (3)Show More
- I read about the Woodman lodgeOpenTable Diner Since 2006Dined on 9/10/2011I read about the Woodman lodge in a magazine. The food and service were super and my husband and I really liked the woodsy ambience. I would highly recommend this restaurant.
- So bad...it is scaryOpenTable Diner Since 2005VIPDined on 9/3/2011The food was like licking a salt lick. I mean everthing was over salted to the point of not being edible. I wanted to like this place as we went there for my birthday but we just couldn't. I even filled out a very detailed comment card before we left which was never responded too. From what I have read this place is very polorizing, you either like it or hate it. My family still jokes about how bad this place was.
- The menu has an outstanding2HappyCampersDined on 9/2/2011The menu has an outstanding variety and the dinner specials are always fantastic. We love the rustic atmosphere and outstanding service.Special Features:
- Very good tenderloin steaks.OpenTable Diner Since 2011Dined on 9/2/2011Very good tenderloin steaks. As good as or better than steaks we have had in Kansas City, St. Louis, Wichita, Bellevue, and Cedar Rapids. Pretty noisy, but not too bad.Special Features:
- The ribs are great, the coleOpenTable Diner Since 2011Dined on 8/30/2011The ribs are great, the cole slaw over dressed and needs some more flavor. The rosemary fries are exceptional. The biggest issue I had was the noise volume. Too loud, poor acoustics. And this added to the next issue. We were a group of 6 and they sat us at a table for "large groups" which was so big (with seating all on one side and the ends) with the spacing so stretched out we could barely have a conversation. Not a good social setting at all. They need to get more seating for 6 that is a normal table.
- Really Good Place in Snoqualmie...MrDobolina1Dined on 8/27/2011The Lodge was the attraction to us; it is a beautiful building with a comfy "period" interior. Cocktails were tasty (Two call bourbons for $27) and seemingly expensive. The shrimp cocktail was really good and the entree's were very good... Overall, we loved the place, but the prices seem a little steep. We would return, but for lunch or snacks...Special Features:
- Wonderful find. Great foodOpenTable Diner Since 2011Dined on 8/21/2011Wonderful find. Great food at reasonable cost. Best prime rib I've ever had.Special Features:
- We've been the the WoodmanOpenTable Diner Since 2011Dined on 8/21/2011We've been the the Woodman several times for dinner, but this was the first time we went for brunch. The food was fantastic! We'll be back. Thanks.Special Features:
- Hardy fare. Congenial staff.OpenTable Diner Since 2011Dined on 8/21/2011Hardy fare. Congenial staff. Hunting lodge decor. Very unique dining experience. The Brunch met and exceeded expectations at a reasonable price. I ordered the chicken fried steak, first time in decades, with delicious results, (and fuel enough for the rest of the weekend). Others went with steak n eggs and eggs benidict of the many varieties.Special Features:
- Great Find! New Favorite!Hpybdy2meDined on 8/20/2011Fantastic find for a relaxed atmosphere and top-notch cuisine. Steaks were cooked to perfection (Delmonico, Baseball-cut Top Sirloin & American Wagyu Oscar). Very nice wine list, plus several local microbrews on tap. Comfortable, relaxed environment in fascinating historic building. Experience was so good that we followed up with brunch the next morning. Amazing selection of Benedicts (6) at very reasonable prices. Generous portions and "Base-Camp" breakfast potatoes. The Woodman will become a regular haunt.Special Features:
- We felt the menu was over-pricedOpenTable Diner Since 2007Dined on 8/19/2011We felt the menu was over-priced for the quality of the food, service, and venue and commented that for what we spent, we could have eaten dinner at any one of the exceptional restaurants available in the Seattle area. We're glad that we tried it, but my husband and I agreed that we will could have enjoyed a better meal for the price somewhere else and will not be returning. If the price was more in line with the quality and service, we would eat there again.
- I enjoyed most of the experience,OpenTable Diner Since 2011Dined on 8/19/2011I enjoyed most of the experience, but their prime rib was too tough and dry when I ordered medium rare.Special Features:
- Worst prime rib I ever had.OpenTable Diner Since 2007VIPDined on 8/6/2011Worst prime rib I ever had. I ordered the 18 oz slice and there was over 50% fat and waist left when I was done. The mashed potatoes tasted like they were instant made. I will not be going back.
- Good food, expensive for the areaOpenTable Diner Since 2007Dined on 7/30/2011We had very good prime rib and side dishes. The Osso Bucco on risotto was good, if rich. It seems to be a good place for steaks and smokey grilled stuff in general. However, it is a little expensive for the area and for the rustic informal ambiance. I expected it to be nicer inside. The 1890s-style pioneer bar decor is appropriate for the old Snoqualmie town, but the high ceilings and mostly booth and bench seating make it noisy and bar-like. This may not the best place for an quiet dinner with your date, but good for a night out with friends and hearty meat dishes.Special Features:
- Excellent first visitOpenTable Diner Since 2010Dined on 7/23/2011First visit to the Woodman Lodge. Our table was ready at our reserved time. Our server was friendly and efficient. Our wine selection was not available, so our server suggested another and provided it at the same price. A spinach salad was forgotten, but was promptly brought out and we were not charged for it. We had prime rib and elk medallions and both were very good. We will return for another visit.
- Food was Great! Service wasOpenTable Diner Since 2011Dined on 7/16/2011Food was Great! Service was the worst!! Waited 15 minutes before we had to ask for somebody to wait on our table. Server was stand-offish and not friendly at all. Other waiters seemed to be doing great job with their tables. Ask to be seated downstairs as the smoke from the kitchen raises to the upstairs and can get pretty thick.Special Features:
- The food, atmosphere, andOpenTable Diner Since 2011Dined on 7/15/2011The food, atmosphere, and service was good; however, i think that it was a bit overpriced.
- Pricey but GoodFoodluversDined on 7/15/2011Service was great. Tatonka burger is a must try. Unfortunately, the wines by the glass wasn't the best but was able to find a good wine for dinner. This place is a bit expensive for the location.Special Features:
- Our table was waiting rightKyleDined on 7/14/2011Our table was waiting right as we got there. The decor is amazing,so much to see. A bit noisy. Food and service both great.Special Features:
- Wonderful historic buildingGourmandVIPDined on 7/2/2011Wonderful historic building and memorable interior. Terrific food, we throughly enjoyed it and our experience. Well worth the drive!!!Special Features:
- Very rustic interior to aquad341Dined on 6/30/2011Very rustic interior to a historic building. The food was fantastic. Prices fair for the quality. Our server was very hands-off and didn't converse or was around any more than minimally neccissary, though another (manager?) stopped by to help with a slow side-order and ended up giving it to us for free due to the tardyness. Good experience overall.Special Features:
- Eat at the woodman's everyOpenTable Diner Since 2010Dined on 6/23/2011Eat at the woodman's every weekend and special occasions. Dinner menu is very pricey but worth every penny. Their brunch menu is extremely reasonable, love their bloody mary's. So worth the drive if you live in Seattle so glad I have this gem in my back yard!Special Features:
- Going to the Woodman LodgeOpenTable Diner Since 2011Dined on 6/18/2011Going to the Woodman Lodge was like stepping back in time. The ambiance was great from the authentic gas lanterns on the wall to the saloon style piano player. The food was excellent as well. It was a great place to take our out of town guests to get a feel for the old West. The food prices were quite high, though, so we'll have to save this place for special occasions only.Special Features:
- Phenomenal food!!OpenTable Diner Since 2011Dined on 6/18/2011We went to Woodman Lodge for my boyfriends birthday and we were absolutely blown away with the exceptional quality of the food, it was absolutely amazing!! Literally, hands down the best food I have ever eaten. I had the filet mignon with dungeneas crab and asparagus. The steak was perfect, the crab was fresh and the asparagus perfectly seasoned and cooked. We then had te apple pie for dessert with was freshly made miniature personal pie, absolutely delicious. Well worth the money you will spend, can't wait to go back!Special Features:
- The food was really good.OpenTable Diner Since 2005Dined on 6/18/2011The food was really good. We would definitely go back again. The decor of the restaurant was excellent. It really made the meal complete.
- Nice Ambiance but Poor Quality MeatOpenTable Diner Since 2011Dined on 6/17/2011Upon arriving we were told that we could be seated at one of the empty booths, but suddenly one of the hostesses whispered to the other that she should seat us upstairs at a table. This made for a noisy environment, but I decided to let it go. I ordered a couple of appetizers: Artichoke Dip and Filet Mignon Tips Au Poivre. My first bite into one of the Filet Mignon Tips was to find it was fat and gristle... The rest of the appetizer wasn’t much better. The Artichoke and dip that the waitress had suggested was nothing special. I ordered the Prime Rib for my entree, which turned out to be the biggest disappointment of all. The 18 ounce prime rib was 15 ounces of fat! There was no need to consider desert at that point…
- A place where Whiskey seems a must!JoelDined on 6/11/2011I'm not a whiskey drinker, per se, but as soon as I sat down the manliness inside of me made it clear that it was to be a Whiskey night in this atmosphere. I truly felt like I walked into the early twentieth century.Special Features:
- Great food - a little priceyNeilVIPDined on 5/29/2011The Woodman Lodge is the yellow building behind the train station in Snoqualmie. Hidden inside is a great restaurant with some delicious food. The slow-roasted prime rib is amazing but make sure that you visit when it's available (currently Friday, Saturday and Sunday after 4pm). Their rosemary fries are also delicious. The bar with stools made out of logs and a working spittoon is novel but not very comfortable - it's probably okay for quick drinks but you'll want a table for brunch or dinner.Special Features:
- Woodman's is a delightfulOpenTable Diner Since 2011Dined on 5/25/2011Woodman's is a delightful place to dine. Steaks, ribs, and burgers are always well prepared. Service is terrific.We visit frequently and almost never disappointed. Woodman Lodge places very high on our dining list. Keep up the good workSpecial Features:
- wonderful Snoqualmie vibe!HollyZDined on 5/14/2011wonderful Snoqualmie vibe! loved the ambiance and everthing about it- arrived a little early and sat and the bar.. so glad we did ! it is a must see !Special Features:
- Loud!OpenTable Diner Since 2010Dined on 5/8/2011We had received a few emails regarding the Woodman Lodge and were eager to try it. In the emails it looked rustic but elegant. When we arrived for Mother's Day brunch it was excessively loud and looked very worn inside, not the elegant place we hoped to take my parents for brunch. What saved the experience a little bit was the waiter was the perfect balance of attentive but not overbearing. We mainly had breakfast food which was good, but didn't stand out in any way other than the cinnamon rolls were exceptional! We might give it another shot some evening when not so many families are present.Special Features:
- My scrambled eggs were lukewarm.OpenTable Diner Since 2006Dined on 5/8/2011My scrambled eggs were lukewarm. Great service; lots of coffee refills by very personable wait staff.Special Features:
- This was our first time forOpenTable Diner Since 2011Dined on 5/8/2011This was our first time for brunch and we loved it. The cinnamon roll was great and we had dungeness crab benadict which was perfect. Great place for our Mother's Day brunch.Special Features:
- Don't sit upstairs. It takesDavelrDined on 5/7/2011Don't sit upstairs. It takes too long for the food to be served resulting in just warm meals. Also, the noise on the main level is so loud it's hard to have a conversation.
- For the price point of thisOpenTable Diner Since 2012Dined on 5/6/2011For the price point of this restaurant I found the food to be rather mediocre and the service along the same lines. I found the advertising for the Woodman Lodge very misleading and in the future I'll be avoiding this restaurant.
- Wonderful ambience in a restoredOpenTable Diner Since 2011Dined on 5/1/2011Wonderful ambience in a restored historic building!Special Features:
- We have been to this restaurantThursdayDined on 4/29/2011We have been to this restaurant several times. Sometimes the food and service is great and other times they both are terrible. I guess we got lucky when we were there this time.Special Features:
- A Disappointing Easter BrunchOpenTable Diner Since 2010Dined on 4/24/2011I've eaten at the Woodman several times, but this was my first time visiting the Woodman for brunch. We dined there on Easter, and I was disappointed when our waitress came to the table and told us they were out of waffles and cinnamon rolls - basically the only non-egg items on their brunch menu. We had 2 young kids with us, so it was a bit frustrating to me. The food we did order (Eggs Benedict) was very good, but the service was not.Special Features:
- Very disappointed in my steak,OpenTable Diner Since 2009Dined on 4/22/2011Very disappointed in my steak, but our waitress was fantastic.
- We made reservations wellOpenTable Diner Since 2011Dined on 4/22/2011We made reservations well in advance, arrived 10 minutes early, and were seated 10 minutes late. Another couple arrived several minutes after and were seated first. We were given a table right by the door between the noisy bar and piano. As people came and went, few thought to close the door behind themselves and my wife had to get up more than once to close it due to the cold air. Someone from another table had to do this too. The staff wasn't on top of it, and if it's a problem, then fix the door. The food was really expensive to the point of being overpriced, which was surprising given the menus were paper placemats and people were dressed in blue jeans and T-shirts. The mashed potatoes tasted like instant. Not a romantic evening.Special Features: