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Food Services

Blue Mountain Bistro

Located on the lower level of the Hospital, our bistro is open to the public and offers to our staff, providers, volunteers and visitors a wide variety of delicious items, including:

  • Hot entrées, homemade soup, full salad bar
  • Freshly prepared grab-n-go items
  • Made-to-order deli sandwiches
  • Homemade desserts and ice cream treats
  • Artisan Farmer Brothers coffee and cappuccino machine


Weekdays: Breakfast from 7:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. Lunch and dinner from 10:45 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Weekends: Breakfast from 8 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. Lunch and dinner from 10:45 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.

A vending machine area, located next to the gift shop, is available after hours.

Patient Meals

If you are a patient in our Hospital, our nutrition services department works with special diet orders from your provider to offer the best possible menu selections. Your meals are prepared and served with the utmost care to please your appetite. A selective menu is provided daily for your choosing. A dietitian or diet clerk will also visit you every day while you are in our care and determine your special requests or needs.

Diagnostic procedures such as x-rays and laboratory tests may require that your meal be missed or delayed. As soon as our nutrition services department is notified that you can resume eating, your meal service will restart.

Visitor Meals

Visitors are encouraged to use our café. However, guest trays are available for a nominal fee for visitors who want to remain in the room. Just let your nurse know.

Dinner for Two for New Mothers

Congratulations on the arrival of your new baby! We want to celebrate with you by serving a special dinner for two, just for you and a guest in the privacy of your room in our Family Birthing Center, with our compliments.


Our registered dietitian nutritionist (RDN) performs nutritional assessments on all patients considered by the patient care team to be potentially at nutritional risk, as well as those who ask for this assistance. Those services include:

  • Developing nutritional care plans with the patient and/or family to improve the nutritional status of the patient to aid in healing and recovery
  • Routinely monitoring the patients' tolerance to meals, tube feedings and IV nutrition
  • Providing nutrition counseling and education to both inpatients and outpatients by provider referral or patient request