Restaurants in Sierra Nevadas + Yosemite

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Grab a picnic lunch at the Victorian-housed emporium, specializing in fresh salads and sandwiches designed to be packed up and taken into the park. Read More

The sultry lounge has artisanal cocktails (try the Alpine Blood Orange Cosmo), house-made charcuterie, and remarkably good live jazz. Read More

Sit right over the lake and watch the sun set over the bouillabaisse or the sake-steamed clams with cilantro-lime butter. Read More

Little House on the Prairie fans will adore this teahouse, where along with salads and sandwiches you’ll find homemade chicken pot pie. Read More

The loungelike restaurant has creative sushi (halibut tempura with chili aioli), Asian tapas (Vietnamese shaking beef; curry mochiko chicken), and 14... Read More

Stop in Three Rivers on your way in or out of the park for a French dip sandwich. Read More

Start the day with a breakfast burrito. Read More

Housed in a restored 1940’s dining car, the diner serves aptly named Morning Addiction—layers of hash browns, avocado, bacon, and eggs, with... Read More

Create a picnic basket with prepared salads and sandwiches. Read More

On the ground floor of 100-year-old Truckee Hotel, Moody’s Bistro & Lounge emphasizes local and organic produce with such dainty dishes as the... Read More

The café’s new chef, Rick Edge, recently created a series of winemaker dinners, pairing bottles from single northern California wineries... Read More

There’s a good pizza menu in the bar (in summer), and kids are welcome. Read More

At dinnertime, splurge on Moroccan tagines and slow-roasted prime rib at this upscale restaurant. Read More

Get the “possibly best burger in the world” (according to the menu), which comes with smoked cheddar, skinny onion rings, bacon, and... Read More

This wood-paneled restaurant with floor-to-ceiling windows serves hearty steaks and pasta. Read More

Stop at the funky restaurant, 25 miles outside the park, for pork loin with adobo sauce and Sierra Nevada on tap. Read More

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