Get there for sunset and sit outside. Outstanding. Food was very good. Ribs meaty and tender. Service attentive.
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We stopped here for lunch on our road trip from San Francisco to Yosemite. Despite the 4 hour ride, there are few places to stop in between for a bite. This restaurant is located at the top of Old Priest Grade, a very steep and...More
Most reviews here are for the diner/cafe (which is very good), but this place is also a motel of sorts: there are several cabins on location and they are way better than I expected. My cabin had a wall-to-wall carpet (clean!), there was a large...More
The café was recommended to us by the receptionist at the hotel we were staying and we were not disappointed. We had to rush a little as she told us that they stop serving at around 8pm. We arrived at 7:50pm and were received warmly...More
We were told about this restaurant by a local nutritionist. The beef is grass fed and free roaming. Burgers were good but the turkey soup was delicious! I can still taste it. Our waitress, Kim, was not the friendliest, but she was efficient. Take a...More
Glad to find this place just before entering Yosemite where we knew our restaurant choices would be limited. Our food was fine, but we all were kind of chuckling as our waitress said the absolute minimum number of words. Maybe she isn't normally a waitress...it...More
Stopped for an excellent brunch en way to California and glad we did. Great setting, excellent food - skillet was top notch. Yellowjackets eventually drove us inside but apparently they're harmless. Anyway gave us a chance to chat to the owner about the place and...More
A nice place with outside seating with a view. Soup and salad brought a bowl of soup and plenty of salad. Get the tomato-basil soup if you can.