Quality Inn near Mammoth Mountain Ski Resort
3537 Main St.
Mammoth Lakes, CA 93546
Phone: (760) 934-5114
Fax: (760) 934-5165
Bars & Cafes
Clocktower Cellar has an old town feel to it with its woody interiors and simple decor consisting of tidbits they have collected over the years. Located close to the Village Gondola, this place serves some delicious pub fare that consists of fish tacos, french fries and so on. But it's their variety of whiskies and beers on tap that you should be coming here for; also check out their daily specials for great deals.
Campo Mammoth serves fresh and flavorsome organic fare, with a variety of pastas and pizzas such as Sunshine Pie and Bee Sting, along with a good range of appetizers and entrees. Finish the meal with one of their sinfully delicious desserts such as the chocolate hazelnut crunch cake, or sift through their wine and cocktail list to find the perfect one for you. They have a special menu for kids as well.
After a day full of skiing or hiking in Mammoth, you truly deserve a sumptuous meal. Head to Roberto's Cafe, as it will win you over with food as well as ambiance. Their walls feature artworks from local artists, while their lovely patio is a summer delight. The food consists of Mexican fare such as burritos, beef and chicken tacos and carnitas in generous preparations. The drinks are well presented and feature some rocking margaritas along with plenty of tequila preparations.
Can't afford a trip to Germany? Visit The Yodler, located by the slopes of the ski town of Mammoth. This place will win you over with its Bavarian ambiance and you will find friendly skiers gathering here and sharing stories of their adventures over a mug of beer. Their patio is complete with a roaring fireplace and Bavarian music, giving one the true feel of Bavaria. As for the taste, they have several German and Belgian items on offer, their chicken schnitzel sandwich being a must try. The drinks contain several varieties of European beers at totally affordable rates.
Tusks Bar is essentially an apres ski bar and sports bar rolled into one. The bar is popular among sports enthusiasts, as it airs sports matches on its many TVs, but if you prefer something more rustic, you can sit by their patio and watch other skiers practice their craft on the slopes. If you need food, you can get it from the place next door and relish it with some great draft beers to get some heat going before hitting the slopes again.