We are an All American old-fashioned Burger shop. Our newest PACK Burger is the most popular. Burgers are flame broiled 1/4 lb Angus Beef. We also grill Savory Turkey Burgers and Boca Veggie Burgers for our non beef eating customers. We are the home of JOE's FAMOUS Philly Cheesesteak with a flavor right from the East Coast.
The oven admirals at Straw Hat Pizza bake an extensive fleet of California-style pizza and conjure up an impressive menu of other handheld edibles. The kitchen team prepares each crust to pack a flaky, crispy, crunch-causing texture, creating a sturdy foundation capable of supporting cheese, sauce, toppings, and hardbound copies of Mark McGwire's autobiography. A chicken-bacon-ranch pizza saturates taste-sensory apparatuses with a dual-meat format and a vegetable cast of tomatoes and red onions, and the aloha chicken merges chicken, ham, pineapple, and bacon on a highway of barbecue and red sauce (each $12.99 for a 10"). Vegetarians can imbibe the windfall of grown ingredients that fill out the large California veggie pie—a conference of zucchini, broccoli, onions, mushrooms, tomatoes, spices, and white sauce ($12.99 for a 10"). Straw Hat Pizza also puts together an impressive roster of hot sandwiches, such as the sauce-packed meatball version ($5.49).
At Sizzling Wok, chefs wield fiery-hot woks chock-full of stir-fry dishes from a menu of Chinese specialties such as peking pork, chow mein, and kung pao chicken. Combination plates grant the power of choice to hunger-havers, helping them pack plates with their choice of two stir-fry entrees, chow mein, fried rice, and a crispy fried drumstick ($7.99). Sizzling Wok's cooks learn to juggle up to two quarts of tender chicken breasts, aromatic spices, and crisp vegetables, which they toss into piping-hot woks for dishes such as the peanut- and jalapeño-laced kung pao chicken ($5.99/pt.). Pan-fried pot stickers burst with a filling of tasty meat and vegetables ($3.99 for six) and, when paired with fried tempura shrimp ($4.99 for six), demolish international side-dish-specific cravings.
Majestic views of the Eastern Sierra Nevada and local rolling foothills greet tee-tackers from the get-go at the scenic Eagle Valley, where their winding spread of two 18-hole courses present various challenges for all skill sets. Their 50 Mile Club pass affords linksters a bevy of benefits including a round of golf with a cart on their picturesque West Course or East Course, ideal places to reenact the east vs. west golf battles seen on MTV in the 1990s. An additional bonanza of four drink tokens, four driving range tokens, advanced tee times, and discounts on lessons, future rounds, merchandise, are all available, as are discounts at the range (see full description and pricing here and daily golf rates here.
Each year, a demonic cast of undead creatures emerges from the woodwork and enters The Dungeon, putting on grotesque displays and freakish haunts to scare all those who dare enter. Monsters lurk in an 8,000-square-foot haunted space, jolting wayfarers with gruesome props and startling surprises as they try to escape the carnage. There's a communal side to the haunt too: A to Z Haunted House encourages guests to donate canned food for its charity, the most considerate act performed by monsters since Dracula donated his lunch to the Red Cross.
Beyond Artisan Bakeworks and Cafe’s crimson awning, chefs sizzle inventive breakfast offerings, while sandwich experts construct savory bread stacks around deli meats and zesty vegetables. Bowls welcome cascading soups, which change daily in accordance with the alignment of the cosmos or glow-in-the dark stars on the ceiling. While oven-warm paninis nourish bodies and hot Seattle's Best coffee heats up chilly palates, free WiFi allows diners to fuel their minds with highbrow literary criticism and higher-brow videos of cats reading the New Yorker. The café serves specials each weekday and promotes salutary dining habits with a roster of healthy choices.