Dining & Hospitality

Cathedral Ridge strives to provide healthy and delicious meals. For cottage guests, we offer family and individually packaged take-out style meals. For groups, we offer buffet-style meals served by masked and gloved staff in Sage Dining Hall.

Breakfast: $9
Lunch: $12
Dinner: $18
Cost per person ages 12+; half-price ages 5-11
Vegan, gluten-free, and dairy-free diets gladly accommodated

For Cottage and Camper Guests

Guests may order pre-prepped, brown bag, and oven-ready meals delivered to their door. Click here for a printable Cottage Menu.

Sage Hall Dining Room

Our dining hall comfortably accommodates 110 people and usually serves buffet style.

The Center - Sage Hall Dining RoomMeal Times

8:00 a.m. — Breakfast
12:00 p.m. — Lunch
6:00 p.m. — Dinner

 

 

 

Meals

All meals include water, coffee and tea.

Sample breakfast buffet items:

  • Cereal bar
  • Assorted fresh fruit
  • Arrangement of breads, muffins, biscuits
  • Meat or veggie egg soufflé
  • Bacon or sausage
  • Pancakes
  • Polenta
  • Sautéed fresh vegetables
  • Oatmeal

Sample luncheon buffet items

  • Homemade soups, fresh breads
  • Full salad bar
  • Hot entrees, grilled sandwiches
  • Box lunches
  • Specialty cookies

Sample dinner entrées

    • Chicken osso bucco
    • Build your own tacos
    • BBQ beef brisket
    • Marinated pork tenderloin
    • Red meat trout

All entrées served with fresh vegetables in season, appropriate side dishes, and a full salad bar.

A Word about Alcohol

With your help, we can provide a safe and welcoming environment for all people, including people in recovery. Staff are pleased to provide meeting times and locations of local recovery groups.

  • Cathedral Ridge does not have a state liquor license and does not serve alcoholic beverages. Camps and retreats offered by Cathedral Ridge will be alcohol free programs.
  • Guest groups wishing to provide beer and wine to their participants shall seek approval from management prior to arrival. Hard liquor is prohibited. A designated adult, who must not drink alcohol during the event, must be assigned to oversee its serving. Alcohol consumption will be restricted to certain areas, such as a group’s main meeting space.
  • Those showing signs of intoxication must not be served.
  • Alcohol shall stop being served and containers secured at a predetermined time.
  • Food shall always be served with alcoholic beverages.
  • Appealing non-alcoholic beverages must always be offered with at least equal prominence and accessibility, including healthy alternatives. Water shall be included.
  • Alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages must be clearly labeled as such.
  • Serving alcoholic beverages at any event where there are minors present is strongly discouraged. If minors are present, alcohol must be served at a separate station that is monitored at all times.
  • The serving of alcoholic beverages at events shall not be publicized as an attraction of the event, e.g.,“wine and cheese reception,” cocktail party,” beer tasting.”
  • The presence of alcoholic beverages at functions shall not be promoted as a requirement, or advertised as an enticement, to participate in a function.

All applicable federal, state and local laws relating to alcohol and other substance use shall be obeyed. This includes but is not limited to the following:

  • Sale of alcoholic beverages without a state license is prohibited;
  • Serving alcoholic beverages to minors (age 20 and under) is prohibited;
  • A church or agency could be sued for the consequences of the distribution of alcoholic beverages to individuals. If an individual shows signs of impairment or intoxication, alternative transportation must be provided to prevent that individual from driving.

Eucharist / Holy Communion: Clergy shall consecrate an appropriate amount of wine when celebrating the Eucharist and perform ablutions in a way that does not foster or model misuse. Clergy are encouraged to acknowledge and promote the equal validity of receiving the sacrament in “one kind” (bread only).