Business

New era at Roadhouse

Server Victor Ngo of Bellevue and hostess Gina Thompson of Fall City show off the menu, plus the restored exterior and brand-new neon sign, at the Fall City Roadhouse, which opened last week. Ngo said the restaurant has been busy, adding that guests love it. He recommends the steak and fish specials. Plans call for the opening of guest lodging on the second floor of the historic Fall City establishment. The new sign was designed and built by the National Sign Corporation of Seattle. - Seth Truscott / Snoqualmie Valley Record
Server Victor Ngo of Bellevue and hostess Gina Thompson of Fall City show off the menu, plus the restored exterior and brand-new neon sign, at the Fall City Roadhouse, which opened last week. Ngo said the restaurant has been busy, adding that guests love it. He recommends the steak and fish specials. Plans call for the opening of guest lodging on the second floor of the historic Fall City establishment. The new sign was designed and built by the National Sign Corporation of Seattle.
— image credit: Seth Truscott / Snoqualmie Valley Record

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