Falls Terrace Restaurant, Tumwater, Washington
Welcome to the Falls Terrace Restaurant
We are currently closed, please check back for updates
The Falls Terrace restaurant is family owned fine dining experience offering beautiful views of the Tumwater falls. Enjoy the incredible service, fresh local food and a selection of fine wines from our seasonal menus. We are truly one of the best dining events in the Pacific Northwest, offering a beautiful view of the Tumwater falls paired with masterfully prepared fresh cuisine. Whether you are dining in our main dining room, spacious lounge with outdoor deck views or entertaining in our Banquet room you are sure to have a pleasant and memorable experience.
For large parties and events, please call us.
Dining hours CLOSED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE
Telephone: (360) 943-7830
We offer gift cards in several denominations, please see our gift card page.
While visiting us why not take a quarter mile walk on either side of the river to the lower falls. See salmon fish ladders built along the river's edge. Enjoy the woods and marshlands, the birds and wildlife and a view of the historic brick brew-house, built in 1906 for Leopold Schmidt.
Also nearby is the Henderson House Museum (602 Deschutes Way SW). The Henderson House was built in 1905 for a brewmaster at the Olympia Brewing Company and features a second story turret, an original kitchen, an early 20th century bathroom and historic photos and a video about Tumwater.
The Historic Crosby House, (703 Deschutes Way SW) was the home to an early Tumwater pioneer named Nathaniel Crosby III built in 1858 for his bride, Cordelia Jane Smith (Grandparents to the famous singer & entertainer, Bing Crosby). It is one of the oldest wood framed houses in the State and houses a grand piano that came by ship around Cape Horn.