Yosemite area cafe, "Best Food on the Hill." say the locals! Six Generations of Family Ownership. Hamburgers our specialty! Large choice of hand-made burgers, not frozen.
Locally raised, hormone & anti-biotic free grass fed beef available. Other favorites such as Steak, Salads, Home-made Soup, Sandwiches, Chicken, Salmon & Vegetarian options available. German style Bratwurst plate is a favorite. Weekend dinner specials include Thanksgiving -style Turkey dinners, Spare Ribs, Prime Rib and Country Ham & Biscuits. Beer & Wine served. Price range: $9 - $14 for most items, Rib-Eye steaks and multi-course dinner specials $15 - $24. Deserts are home-made by owner Helga Anker, including a Raspberry Butter Cream Torte (100 year-old family recipe), Gluten-free Cheesecake & Chocolate Torte.
Payment Options: Amex Discover Mastercard Visa
Price Range: $$
General Manager: The Anker Family
Culinary Team: Baptise (Bobby) Rivera, Nicholas Klebanoff
Happy news, we are now open for dinner during the week. Our new hours are Monday through Thursday 11 am - 8 pm, Friday through Sunday 8 am - 8 pm. Join us for a lovely sunset.
Of all the skate down the old grade videos I’ve seen, this is the best. Cocky lil’ fella. Color me impressed.
Lars Troutwine takes a serious rip on the new Powell-Peralta Downhill Dragonskins - a new premium formula that rolls faster, grips more, and is substantially more durable than Snakes, already the leader in the industry for freeride wheels.
We can't wait for you to taste 'em.
Film by Linked Media
A talented artist ate with us today.
Park could open as soon as June 10, but is waiting for local counties to receive state approval to reopen hotels and campgrounds to handle overnight visitors.
Off to an auspicious beginning. Can’t wait to give joy through food again. Opening tomorrow 11 AM.
We are all getting ready for our re-opening this Wednesday.
Tomorrow we will be closing until the microbes are less threatening. This had been a very tough time. Love to all our friends.
Our world famous waiter just became a little more world famous.
Matt Cornell climbing Nutcracker (M9 WI5+, 5 pitches)—with a rope and partner, prior to his solo ascent—in Montana's Hyalite Canyon. [Photo] Nathan Norby
Alpinists are intimately familiar with death and grief. A therapist thinks he can address the unique needs of these élite athletes.
And a happy Tuesday February 18, 2029 to all!
Come join us for breakfast this Presidents’ Day!
Great little film with our friends Matt and Conrad.
Come and Get it is a story about the new generation dirtbag climber Matt Cornell soloing the hardest mixed climbing route in Hyalite Canyon. His story of acc...
Some Yosemite history from the disco era.
It seemed too good to be true: a smuggler's plane stuck in one of Yosemite's frozen lakes, with three tons of primo weed there for the taking.
For the last five years Matt Cornell has worked with us and been a member of the extended family. “My adopted grandson” mom would call him. He has piece in the American Alpine Journal about a first ascent in Yosemite. Soon to be world famous so come by and get his autograph before it’s too late!
search the american alpine journal and accidents in north american climbing by the american alpine clubs
My answer was “no, absolutely not, not now, not ever.” The question, which came from fellow cyclist David Clay about a week ago, was “Are you going to ride the Old Priest Grade Hill Climb?” The climb was Saturday, starting at the base of the grade near Moccasin and ending
About 130 bicyclists are signed up to ride in the Inaugural Tom Frost Memorial Old Priest Grade Hill Climb scheduled to begin at 6:45 a.m. Saturday. It’s the first time in a long time that notoriously steep Old Priest Grade has been closed for a bicycle event. The Gold Rush-era
The razor sleek 2020 Corvette Stingray debuted to great fanfare less than a month ago, boasting an aeronautical-inspired design and endorsements from former astronauts. On Friday, the engine guts of an “Elkhart Lake Blue” Stingray prototype were spewed on the shoulder of New Priest Grade after a...
If you’re interested in biking up the old grade the 24th here is the sign up!
Race or just ride one of the steepest climbs in the USA! Event will be filmed for FlatlanderFilms feature documentary about Tom Frost.
@tom_frost_documentary_film is organizing the first ever / first annual hill climb of the notoriously steep Old Priest Grade on Highway 120, Tuolumne County, California. The 24th of August will be one year since Tom moved on.
One of Tom’s dreams was to have a bike race up this brutal road. He even had @englishcycles build a specific frame for this hill. Craig and Tom are filming and editing the @tom_frost_documentary_film and have gone through all the hoops to get the road closed on a Saturday morning.
Yes - it will be a grind.
Yet - if you ever thought about riding the grade with no cars this is your chance.
The race starts at 6:30 AM and is a “sprint” for you masochists. Pancake breakfast to follow at Priest Station.
Going down that road feeling bad...
RV towing a large 16 passenger van down the grade.
Tuolumne County is in the house.
The founders of the Sonora-based clothing company Tuo*Co say they are as surprised as everyone else to see West Coast hip-hop legend Snoop Dogg repping their small local brand throughout the United States over the past few days. Snoop Dogg wore a Tuo*Co hat while performing Saturday at Black Oak
This Gold Rush town gives you history with your Yosemite nature fix. A ranch-style hotel, complete with ghost, competes with hiking near Hetch Hetchy.
Our little snow post went viral.
Cold and wet late-season storms like those in the Mother Lode last week, over the weekend and this week can be interpreted as a blessing and a curse, some business owners and residents who live and work along Highways 4, 108 and 120 said Monday. Shawn and Jill Seale, owners
More of the peace roses planted in 1945 by our grandmother Margret Anker. Bloom is now!
Come and enjoy our roses. The peace rose, heirlooms planted by our grandmother.
Nice to get a mention!
From Yosemite’s famed granite to Patagonian towers, these pitches are every bit as legendary as the climber himself
Helga Anker is 85 years old and she’s been living up at her family’s place, Priest Ranch, high above Moccasin and Don Pedro Reservoir, since 1986. She’s matriarch of a clan that goes back six generations to the earliest days of Tuolumne County’s infancy in the 1850s. Thursday morning she
Spring is here! Which means we’re open daily 8-8. Come join us for breakfast, lunch or dinner everyday.
Anyone in the mood for Chicken Marsala? Come on by!
The old grade isn’t closed to all.
Closing due to snow. Enjoy some snow frolic!
16756 Old Priest Grade
Big Oak Flat, CA
We are located along Highway 120 en route to Yosemite. The Big Oak Flat Yosemite park gate is a 27 mile drive from our restaurant.
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|Tuesday||11:00 - 15:00|
|Wednesday||11:00 - 15:00|
|Thursday||11:00 - 15:00|
|Friday||08:00 - 20:00|
|Saturday||08:00 - 20:00|
|Sunday||08:00 - 20:00|
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