17 January . 2016
The Mantel Offers Upscale Dining in a Comfortable Setting
With an impressive array of amenities from the connective trail system, and convenient parks, to the community gathering space with the cafe at The Post, Tehaleh has a lot to offer. Now with a new restaurant, once you’re here, it will be hard to leave.
The Mantle culinary Ascent, located within the Seven Summits Lodge in Trilogy at Tehaleh opens this spring to all Tehaleh guests and residents. The name "The Mantel" is inspired by both the mountaineering technique and a reference to the seven distinct fireplace experiences at the Lodge.
Trilogy at Tehaleh resident Marilyn Thoms gave her impression of The Mantel after touring for the first time. “The restaurant dining experience will give guests the opportunity for fine dining or a more family-friendly casual experience with the wood-fire pizza.”
The restaurant will provide an upscale dining experience using fresh ingredients to create casual yet sophisticated comfort food. The rustic dark wood and exposed beams emanate a warm and comfortable atmosphere while the friendly team members focus on superior service.
“The Mantel has a bar area that has a warm and informal feel where people can meet throughout the day and the restaurant invites you in with its booths around the fireplace,” said Thoms. “The decor, the colors, and furnishings fit the overall atmosphere offering an extremely comfortable place to dine or enjoy an evening with friends.”
With seating for more than 50 guests both inside and out, The Mantel is the perfect place to dine and relax within the community.
“The outdoor dining patio looks super inviting and very nice. During the warmer weather guests will enjoy having a glass of wine while hearing music play on the event lawns,” said Thoms.
Trilogy at Tehaleh launched the private Northwest-themed resort, Seven Summits Lodge in late 2015 for their active adult residents. Named after the seven iconic peaks of the Cascade Range, the Seven Summits Lodge has dedicated areas for relaxation, fitness, food, games and more.
Just off The Mantel is a unique private area for those who like to entertain. Hudson’s Culinary Expedition can accommodate up to 30 guests at the showcase chef’s kitchen and comfortable seating with the large high-definition TV.
The modern day “man-cave” named The Hawk’s Nest, features billiards, darts, sports on the flat screen TVs, and a full-scale golf simulator with more than 200 golf courses from around the world.
Many of the rooms at the Lodge are versatile and use creative ways to enlarge the space by expanding to the natural surroundings and bring the outdoors inside. The technology and innovation used in the indoor lap pool allows the pool to transform into a meeting space in minutes, eliminating the need for two separate rooms. The versatile Flow Body & Mind is a well-stocked workshop designed for crafts and ceramics. With a few quick changes, it can transform into an open workout space for group fitness classes. With large garage doors that can be opened to let in light and fresh air, along with the calming sound of the stream below, many of the rooms are an inspiring place to promote creative energy or burn off extra energy.
“The decor is gorgeous with lots of warm colors and comfortable seating throughout. It’s versatile to meet the needs of everyone in the neighborhood. The large tables can be used for gatherings just to meet or to dine. Everything about it is inviting and encourages interaction with neighbors and the outdoors,” said Thoms.
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