[pct-l] Burgers In Paradise

Tom Aterno taterno at cox.net
Wed Sep 3 10:35:47 CDT 2008

Unfortunately, the YARTS bus would not stop long enough nor allow food 
on the bus, or I would have sampled.  The Mobil is a bathroom break on 
the YARTS route.  The place was packed this past Saturday morning.

The Incredible Bulk

On Sep 3, 2008, at 7:34 AM, jeff.singewald at comcast.net wrote:

> I would definitely agree with AsABat, there is absolutely nothing 
> along the PCT like the Whoa Nellie Deli.  From Tuolomne Meadows you 
> will need to hitch east to the intersection of 120/395, however, it is 
> definitely way better than hitching west into YV.  A 4-Star restaurant 
> in a gas station?  Yep!  And this is not typical deli food; Kansas 
> City Strip Steak and Ceasar Salad was just the ticket when I stopped 
> by there the last time.  In addition to a killer menu, they have full 
> bar, though you must ask at the counter as they are not legally able 
> to publicize this.
>> -------------- Original message --------------
>> From: "AsABat" <AsABat at 4Jeffrey.Net>
>> > If you're at Whitney Portal for breakfast, order one pancake. It 
>> will
>> > feed a family. You can get it with eggs and sausage on top and then 
>> head
>> > up the trail with your belly stuffed.
>> >
>> > I enjoy the Still Life Café in Independence, but you have to go 
>> with the
>> > idea it will take a while as it's just mom and dad and everything is
>> > cooked fresh. Who expected fine French cuisine in Independence?
>> >
>> > The best food in Lee Vining is at the Mobil gas station just south 
>> of
>> > town on Tioga Pass Road - the Whoa Nellie Deli. I like their steak
>> > sandwiches. They also have live music some summer nights.
>> >
>> > David has some town info, restaurants and lodges, at
>> > http://emeraldlake.com/pctguide/index.html .
>>  >
>> > AsABat
>> >
>> >
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