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Tons of hiking and outdoor activities
For some reason, some places were closed w/o notice
In a nutshell
Come here and enjoy the outdoors with a free spirit
We have been going to Idyllwild for about 8 years, and until this last trip would not eat at Idyllwild Pizza. New owner have replaced the cardboard that used to be served there with real food. The owners at the Tahquitz Inn told us the pizza was "pretty good" there now, so we tried it and liked it- enough that we took an extra one back to the hotel. This is not the best pizza you have ever had, but it is about the same as a Pizza Hut pizza, which is a real improvement for Idyllwild where dining with kids is sometimes a hassle. Until the pizza place improved, we either had to cook at the hotel or go to the chinese place because the kids didn't like anything else in town except for the mexican place that burned down. Price is high, except when compared to other food costs in Idyllwild. Large Pizza, pitcher of root beer, and two beers was $36 and change.
Favorite Dish: Well, uh, pizza...
Written Jan 6, 2006
Address: Village Center Dr.
I originally visited this store because of its "frozen yogurt" sign, but when I got in I found a ton of things I could buy.
This store has just about every type of candy, nut, chocolate, dried fruit, candy, fruit, vegetable, or whatever that you can find. You can even buy sugar free chocolate in many different flavors. The place had just about every type of my favorite foods. I couldn't decide what to buy!
What to buy: I really liked the cashew coconut brittle (they had tons of different types of brittle in many different combinations). I was torn as to what else to buy. The sugar free white chocolate looked really good as well. And, the fresh fruit looked great.
What to pay: I could have easily spent hundreds of dollars in one day here. But, if you are looking for a single snack, expect to pay anywhere from $2 to $5 USD per item.
Written Sep 17, 2002
Address: PO BOX 1089 Idyllwild, CA 92549