The only thing you can do in Devore Heights is to go somewhere else. The local Mom and Pop store closed years ago. If you have a horse or know someone with a horse you can ride in the mountains above Devore. There is an old kiln near one of the well heads high in the mountain. It is a steep climb for a horse in good condition.
Locate just by where the train station used to be, it is at the center of Devore. It has specials that are decent food. There is nothing spectacular about the food, just ordinary food at reasonable prices.
The sign on the handicapped spot is worth seeing:
"If you are not handicapped when you park here, you will be when you leave."
Favorite Dish: Nothing special
The first thing you will see when you enter is a big sign that freely admits that it will take time to get your order.
This is a converted coffee shop. They have overpriced medium quality steaks on the menu. They do serve breakfast but completely stop serving it promptly at 11 am. You cannot order from the lunch/dinner menu before 11 and cannot order from the breakfast menu a minute after.
This is a beer and wine bar that caters to bikers. It is a neutral ground for them as it is the last place to stop going up the Cajon Pass and the first place coming down.
They have lots of good beer on tap.
The have bike and car washes by big breasted girls in small bikinis that are not always securely fastened.
A couple of coin operated pool tables and 2 dart boards.
Juke box when no live band playing.
Got its name from the woman that first opened it, she would laugh so hard she would sound like a Screaming Chicken instead of the Eagle (original name)
Dress Code: The girls may show you their *** for tips or even for the fun of it.