THE GOAT TOWER, catering especially to the Goateed Caprine Crowd. Owner, Billy Kidd.
We don't eat Goats, heavens no...we just serve goat cheeses...chevre...and greens and berries galore!! Dine with Billy and the kids...there's room at the top for gastrognomes and other elite epicureans. The farm is situated near the Goatel du Provence.
Coming Soon!! Ocean Specialties, The Sardinery Bar, Seaweed Specialties, Clam Dunk, Scallopini, Located on Mussel Beach, Owner/Mgr. Al G. Nori
French and Creole Cuisine that rocks your transcontinental world! 20 Eggplant Dishes are featured nightly. Chef Heidi's Famous Breakfast: pan fried purple potato and purple onion skillet with a blueberry smoothie and a side of purple grapes. Yummy! The ultimate purple breakfast:) and all organic of course!! And that is just the beginning! We're famous for our purple hashbrowns and purple potato chips. Try our French fried turnip sticks!! ....Remember: Le toucher qui revitalise votre journee. Si vous filez un mauvais coton, n etes pas dans votre assiette ou avez juste besoin de quelques tendres, soins...remontera le moral et vous redonnera le sourire...Laissez les bons temps roulet!
In the land of Linen (no longer the land of Lenin) our lovely Flax doll Karel stands on the road to the beautiful 22-domed Transfiguration Cathedral on the Island of Kizhi in the northeast section of Lake Onega in Russia's beautiful northwest. 33 thousand shingles cover this incredible building. No, the restaurant isn't in the Cathedral, but in the authentic log house near by. BTW, the cathedral was built entirely without nails.
Strictly Russian and Finnish food is served in this restaurant. It is only open in summer, from May through Sept. It is accessible only by ship/boat. More info coming soon.
The finest Chick-n-Ribs anywhere!! You can take-n-make or even Bake-n-Fake. Situated on Lake Andrake near Truckee. And Chef Jeff's No-luck Duck is one of our customer favs. We're famous for the Kernal's Shoepeg Corn Shuck Shack, just behind our restaurant. Fresh non-GMO corn from our fields, you shuck and we sack. We sell tic-tacs and bric-a-bracs in our waiting room. Chef Blake's Lil Chiclet Mini-Cakes are world renown, so save a little room for dessert. Chucklit Shakes! Chock-full-o-nuts Coffee! 1950s checkered flax rickrack plaques for decor. Our famous rooster, carved by Jake, is our mascot/theme. Come by bike or trike, ask for Mike, our mgr. We also sell goods for your table, using our pack-n-track service. Shown Below: Pluck n Chuck's Truck
Below is the stairway down to the River.
Nestled on the top of a gentle slope down to the RIVER of ISLE RETURN, this lovely little cabin seats 28 people, and is open 7 days a week, 11-9. All the food you would expect from Log Cabin cooking. Specializing in wild game pot roasts and pan-fried trout. Your favorite hostess, Rhodie, will seat you. River Wilde is our world-renowned chef.
Desert Desserts and Aridities!! Situated on cinders from old volcanic activity, serving Beer and Pop and Mop's delicious sage burgers and hot-as-lava fries. Restored to it's original desert beauty. Also, be sure and check out the wax museum in the back room, and the Lupinarium in the basement. Mop and Pop are two hard working folks...they called them bride n broom when they married!! This is one of Amtrak's most popular whistle stops. You can see the train track bed in the far right. Woooooo ooooooo!! Click on the photo to see it larger!
Nestled along the shores of beautiful Donner Lake in the High Sierras, the Donner Dinner Diner is a favorite of skiers and trekkers. Located on the north shore of Donner Lake with a view of Shellenberger Ridge and the Union Pacific's Donner Summit Line. 1950's American cuisine is featured, with an emphasis on Fresh and Fifties. We use real B.F. Mayo, not imitations. Our sandwiches are highly acclaimed and often mentioned in San Francisco reviews. Our small but woodsy dining room is decorated with dozens of signed photos of 1950 Skiing scenes and 1960 Olympics at nearby Squaw Valley. Rare photos also of Sierra trains in the deep snow.
Welcome aboard the Rechnoi Vokhzal Floating Cafe, where you can enjoy sailing the Moscow River while dining. You can board the barge at the main River Port. The Floating Cafe leaves the dock daily at 5:30 p.m. during the three summer months, and returns at 9 p.m. This floating restaurant was at one time the station port for the small river town of Nova Okhatava, but it broke away from its moorings and was then towed to Moscow's River Port.
The Restaurant serves Russian Cuisine with an emphasis on fresh vegetables from local gardens.Captain Ivan Shefskiy will be your host.
Vintage Bed and Breakfast in the sunny San Joaquin Valley. The house was built in the 1930s, and upgraded in 1957 with modern appliances and bathrooms. 5 delightful bedrooms, each decorated in the style of the 1950s. We're known for our hearty breakfast and evening dessert. San Joaquin Valley Memorabilia decorates the home, and there are plenty of vintage Life and Saturday Evening Post magazines to peruse. There is a TV in the Living Room, but none in the bedrooms. Ed and Katie Roberts are your hosts. Located in a quiet area, with large yards front and back.