Tucked away in Big Bear Lake, Mill Creek Manor Tea Room invites visitors to escape the hustle and bustle of the city during afternoons of tea and homemade treats. The quaintness begins at the front door, which is the same shade of baby blue as the shutters above. Inside, gifts and knickknacks surround circular tables that are perfect for chatting with friends or gifting as frisbees to a friendly giant. Once you're seated, servers deliver pots of tea accompanied by soups, salads, and hot and cold sandwiches, as well as desserts and fresh-baked berry scones served with clotted cream and jam.
The Wine Room?a cozy and rustic spot tucked away inside Wolf Creek Resort?invites guests of the resort and wine-drinking visitors to enjoy sips of vino alongside illuminating tips from the staff. Take a tour of the private vineyard, enjoy snacks from the kitchen, or even sip on a craft brew on an easy chair next to a roaring fireplace. Regularly scheduled live entertainment enlivens the space with the sounds of laid-back tunes.
Frozen treats, hot eats, and drinks galore!
Home of the Blizzard and the Original Orange Julius, we have over 100 delicious menu items to satisfy your sweet tooth. Selling custom and decorated cakes, we are sure to make your event something to remember!
The Fat Greek's mad culinary scientists dish out a menu stuffed with inventive hybrids of Greek, Mexican, and American fare. Enjoy a bevy of classic Greek dishes, including the traditional gyro sandwich wrapped in a warm pita ($6.35), the falafel salad ($7.95), and a smattering of Mediterranean dips ($6.75). Since Mexican food also embraces flat breads, tasty meats, and children's hearts, The Fat Greek splices the DNA of these culinary cultures with items such as the gyro burrito, brimming with feta cheese and tzatziki sauce ($4.99). The Fat Greek Burger also follows this avant-garde sensibility by grilling up a 1/4-pound patty and topping it with a heap of gyro meat and tzatziki sauce ($4.99), instantly qualifying it for a Pulitzer Prize in meaty nonfiction. While edifying palettes with worldly flavors, customers can keep their pita chutes properly lubricated with a selection of Greek wines and beers.
Riley's Farm recreates the convivial, rustic atmosphere of an 18th century public house, serving up farm fresh comfort food including barbecue, baked bread, Scottish beef pies, and cider-baked ham alongside mugs of ale and glasses of wine. In the nearby orchards and berry fields, visitors can pick their own bushels of apples, pears, and strawberries, and a schedule of living-history reenactments sends audiences deep into America's past to witness scenes from the Revolutionary War and Gold Rush. Located in a 1880's packing house, the farm's theatre company offers up dinner events that feature staged drama, improvisation, and a premium on guest interaction. Many shows include live music and dancing, as well as outdoor activities like country hayrides or tomahawk-throwing competitions.