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Schat's is an institution in the Inyo Valley city of Bishop, a few miles south of Mammoth Lakes. Not long ago they opened a branch in Mammoth Lakes and now skiers, mountain bikers, and other visitors to Mammoth can sample some of the wonderful baked goods that they produce on a daily basis. Breads, pastries, pound cakes, and cookies are all featured. The Mammoth branch also has a sandwich counter in the bake where you can order lunch or get take out to take with you on your hike or to pull out when you're riding the ski lift. We got the cookies and a raisin pound cake that were very good!
Favorite Dish: Anything here appears to be good!
Written Aug 20, 2006
Address: 3305 Main Street
Set in what appears to be an old house (but I don't think it is), The Stove is a popular eatery with a menu befitting of a local diner/greasy spoon. We had dinner and breakfast here during our stay in Mammonth. For dinner Rita had their fried chicken while I had the lasagna. The chicken was fried to a non-greasy crispness with a hint of seasoning. We both rated it very tasty. The lasgna, on the other hand, was just OK. The positive was that it could easily feed a family of four the serving was so big! The breakfast menu had the usual suspects. However seeing as The Stove is well-known for their fresh-baked pies, I ordered a piece of peach pie for breakfast. It was just as a fresh peach pie should taste! It was wonderful!
Be forewarned that The Stove is popular and if you go during prime eating time you may experience a wait.
Favorite Dish: Fresh peach pie...only order it when peaches are in season, typically during the summer.
Written Aug 20, 2006
Address: 644 Old Mammoth Road
One of the best places in town for breakfast. That's why there's always a line! Cute little place that looks like it could have been someone's house at one point and time.
Favorite Dish: Eggs and pancakes and biscuits and gravy. I LOVE breakfast and they have everything here! Try one of their omelettes or waffles!
Written Aug 19, 2003
The Austria Hof has a restaurant which makes a stab at fine dining. I wasn't in the mood for fine dining, but was too tired to walk or drive anywhere else, so I ventured downstairs to give it a try. Service is friendly here and the bar is a popular spot, probably even more so during ski season.
The lobster rolls were delicious. For some reason, I decided to try roast duck, which is definitely not the specialty of this German themed restaurant. Anything with sauerkraut would have been a better choice I suppose, if you're into that. But the duck was pretty disappointing. The steaks didn't look all that appealing either.
Updated Jun 17, 2007
Address: 924 Canyon Blvd
We were told by someone about this place. He said it was the best breakfast he ever had! Well, that is some claim, isn't it? So, we had to check it out. The breakfast we had was okay. Not the best but pretty good. It's located in an obscure place. You really have to know it's there. Anyway, it got filled up quickly so I guess lots of people know about this place.
Favorite Dish: I had the breakfast burrito with pork and chile verde. I couldn 't finish it - it was sooo big. My b boyfriend enjoyed his chile verde omlet. We basically had the same thing, just a little different.
Written Mar 2, 2008
Address: 112 Old Mammoth Road
Long a local favorite located in an old A frame off the main tourist track, Gomez's was enticed into the village. You can still get the classic Mexican dishes such as tamales empanadas, burritos, etc, etc., as well as a cold beer or marguerita, all at reasonable prices. Quite a lively crowd.
Favorite Dish: I enjoyed the enchilladas.
Written Apr 25, 2010
The Sidedoor, located in The Village, provides a nice alternative to a big heavy meal, while providing an varied and interesting wine selection. They also have an espresso bar with both indoor and out seating. The clientele included both locals and visitors engaged in mixed conversationts.
Favorite Dish: I enjoyed the panini sandwich of chicken, goat cheese and pesto.
Written Apr 25, 2010
Located on the main road into town, Angels has been dishing out good food for as long as I can remember. I can not remember a time I left hunger and there is a great selection of beers. The wine list is limited. Salads, sandwiches, burgers, plus BBQ ribs, chicken and even tequila limed salmon.
Favorite Dish: Both ribs and burgers have been rapidly consumed by yours truly.
Updated Apr 25, 2010
Phone: 760 934 7427
Slocums has been around for over 20 years and has a well deserved reputation. I have enjoyed several meals there, mostly steaks, from rib eye and filet mignon to lamb. A nice wine selection and reasonable prices. The bar is busy and of course there is a happy hour. If not that hungry they have soups and salads.
Written Apr 26, 2010
Address: 3221 Main Street
Phone: 760 934 7647
The Austria Hof restaurant and bar on the ground level of the Austria Hof Hotel has been around since I can remember. My aunt used to stay there 25 or so years ago and we would join her for a drink in the bar. The place is a little worn now, but that adds to the ambiance. I usually stay at the hotel a couple times a year and eat there regularly. A definite Austrian feel. Weiner Schnitzel, Sauerbraten, wild mushroom and rabbit struedel. But that is not all. One of the few places in Mammoth you can get duck. plus other specialities such as Osso Bucco and a mixed game platter.
Favorite Dish: The schnitzels are very good.
Written Apr 27, 2010
Address: Canyon Blvd
Phone: 760 934 2764
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