Fire Mountain Grill fires up for season and is taking reservations for Mother’s Day Brunch

April harkens the birds and little baby animals, green grass and fresh spring breezes. It also brings us a delicious option for dining with a gorgeous mountain as your table-mate, starting April 2nd.

The Fire Mountain Grill, located at Hoffstadt Bluffs Visitor Center in Toutle, is firing up their kitchens for another busy season. Open Thursdays through Mondays at 11am.

Relaxed by day and romantic by night, the Fire Mountain Grill is the perfect place to enjoy a delicious meal and breathtaking views of Mt. St. Helens and the Toutle River Valley.

Home of the infamous “Bigfoot  Burger”, 5 beef patties, 5 slices of cheese, onion rings, cheeste sticks, lettuce, tomatoes, pickles and a Bigfoot size fistful of fries for $19.00. Devour it in 30 minutes or less and you get a free Mt. St. Helens Bucket List t-shirt as a prize!

If that’s not your size palate, then the plentiful options of appetizers, salads, sandwiches, bugers, chicken, fish, fried specialties, and vegetarian meals will be sure to provide something to your liking.

The menu is a mix of out of the ordinary items such as Jagermeister Prawns, Volcano Poppin’ Chicken and Buffalo Bison Burger, intermixed with traditional items such as Teriyaki Burgers, Chicken Bacon Ranch Burger, Club Sandwiches and Chicken Strips.

You can see the full menu online at their web site, as well as see photos of the restaurant and patio dining:

More entreé offerings appear later in May, and include mouth watering steaks, specialty chicken and seafood dishes, including a raspberry salmon that is out of this world. (Northwest Salmon seasoned and chargrilled medium, topped with raspberry glaze).

And what meal would be complete without a beverage and dessert? Featuring Northwest wineries and breweries, as well as bottled imports, and delicious flavored lemonades and teas or sodas, and a delectable dessert list.

Complete children’s menu will keep the little tykes more than satisfied with their Little Foot Burger or Sasquatch Strips, among many other choices.

A special event that Fire Mountain Grill hosts each year is their annual Mother’s Day Brunch, on Sunday May 10th. (See ad same page.)

Make your reservations early, says owner and proprietor, Mike Casetta.

“We really fill up during the 11am – 1pm time periods, and last year we were completely booked.”

The Brunch is a wonderful way to celebrate mom together while enjoying the Brunch Buffet, which is full of upscale and delicious items, such as fresh baked pastries, honey ham, prime rib and cocktail prawns. If that’s not enough, a complete and decadent dessert buffet awaits your taste buds.

For those of you who have never experienced Fire Mountain Grill, or the careful culinary artistry under the direction of Casetta, this is the perfect opportunity to enjoy a multitude of specialty dishes and desserts at one time.

Adults are $27.95, Children under 12 are $1 per year of age, and Seniors 60+ are $22.95.

Reservations: (360)274-5217

Fire Mountain Grill is located at the Hoffstadt Bluffs Visitor Center on Spirit Lake Highway.

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