We are here twice, once for lunch and once for dinner. I recommend the organic burgers, the cob salad, and the sweet potato fries. The homemade chips are great for a side or as a snack with a drink.
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I had a wonderful cheeseburger and my friend had a nice salad. The atmosphere in this saloon was great. The ceiling is covered in dollar bills that are tossed up (wrapped around a tack and quarter), the ones that stick to the ceiling stay there,...More
Pretty cool place - touted as the oldest bar in the state. Service was excellent, very unique decor - dollar bills on the ceiling. Didn't get the memo on what started the tradition, but there could be some very old bills up there. Fun place.
This was the only joint in Groveland open during our recent visit. Open since 1852, it claims to be the oldest saloon in California. Loved the historic interior and well used bar. Food was so-so, draft beers limited. Go for the charm.
Save all the "Oldest Saloon in the West" blather, and just have some fries with their homemade BBQ sauce. Burgers, Chicken Nuggets (or whatever they are called) are good, but the fries were outstanding! Draft beer selection is somewhat limited, and for a "Saloon" you...More
Since we were staying in Groveland, we wanted to try the Iron Door. There aren't many choices in the town, so the Iron Door it was. We arrived and got promptly seated. I know that things are more casual these days, but a polo shirt...More
Place was great rustic atmosphere.you feel like are in real western movie. First it took us twenty minutes to get table,for two,even though there was plenty of seating,in dining area.There is also seating with booths or at bar.M y wife wanted to sit in dining...More
I first read of the Iron Door Saloon thru AAA magazine reporting it was the place where the locals in Yosemite go; so I put it on my to do list. Last year we stayed in Groveland specifically to visit. We walked in, looked around,...More