Eagles Landing offers one of the best atmospheres in the June Lake Loop. The décor is mountain luxury mixed with the old west, accompanied by a stunning view of Carson Peak. Seating is comfortable, with large cozy booths and a fireplace in the dining room. The bar has flat screens for watching your favorite game too!
The newest restaurant in the area is located next to June Lake Accommodations. Food is prepared the way it is supposed to be. Everything on the menu is made from scratch using locally sourced ingredients as often as possible. Enjoy sandwiches, soups and salads, and baked treats.
JLB is a favorite for locals and visitors alike. Come relax in the tasting room after a long day of fishing, hiking or skiing. The newly expanded patio is a favorite on a warm summer day. You can also take beer back to your friends, cabin or campsite with to go growlers and cans. Nothing is better than a Sierra sunset while drinking JLB beer. June Lake Accommodations places a “loaner” growler in each property for use during your stay in June Lake.
Staff Pick: The Hütte Double IPA and Deer Beer Brown Ale are always refreshing.
Staff Pick: Breakfast burritos, egg bites, and bagel bombs
With the second oldest liquor license issued in California, the historic Tiger Bar has a long and colorful history. Many consider it a must when visiting June Lake. The wood floors are original. Food is traditional American with some Mexican mixed in. You can find many local personalities with good music always playing on the jukebox.
Staff Pick: BLT with Tiger Chips and a Homemade Bloody Mary
Nothing like a New York-style pizza on a cold snowy night or warm summer evening. Delivery to homes and campsites in the Village during the summer months.
Everyone’s favorite is the Silver Lake Cafe located right on the shore of Silver Lake. This is the only dining option with lake views, but get there early because the cafe fills up quickly! Silver Lake Resort was once named Carson’s Camp and was built in 1916 making it the oldest resort in the Eastern Sierra. Breakfast has everything you could want along with some of the best biscuits and gravy you can find. Lunch offers fresh sandwiches, burgers, and salads. Do not miss this classic spot on the loop!
Staff Pick: Too many options to choose from. Everything is great!
Staff Pick: With menus changing, it is hard to pick
Just as you turn from Highway 395 onto Highway 120 to head into Yosemite, you will see a Mobile Gas Station with a restaurant inside called the Whoa Nellie Deli. This is a great place to stop after a long day of exploring Yosemite. During the summer months, you can enjoy live music, food, and libations on the lawn all while taking in the sweeping views of mysterious Mono Lake. With a varied menu, everyone can find something to enjoy.
Staff Pick: Mango margaritas and fish tacos accompanied by live local musicians
A few miles North on the 395 just past the entrance to Bodie you will spot a cottage with a restaurant inside called the Virginia Settlement. Stop here after visiting Bodie, Virginia Lakes, or Twin Lakes. They offer both American and Italian food for your enjoyment. Inside is like taking a step back in time with fun signs on the walls to keep you entertained all through dinner.
Located where the old Mammoth Brewing Company Tasting Room used to be, Skadi offers an intimate dining experience in a modern alpine chalet setting. Reservations are required for this ten table restaurant, so call in advance, especially during peak times like summer months or holidays. Chef Ian takes true pride in his seasonal Scandinavian-inspired menu and curated wine offerings. Skadi is an excellent choice for date nights, celebrations, or just to treat yourself to an incredible meal.
Giovanni’s is a family favorite in Mammoth. There is a large dining area along with lots of seating or sit in the bar to watch sports while you sip on a locally crafted brew. This casual dining spot is great after a day of shopping, hiking, or hitting the slopes. They also have great lunch and happy hour specials!