4.5 based on 95 reviews
The food was delicious & the service was exceptional! We stopped for a quick lunch while on a long road trip. The food was served quickly and our beverages were topped off throughout our meal. The historic mercantile building has been beautifully maintained, retaining many historic features. Fun shops to browse & stretch our legs. Highly recommend!
4.5 based on 142 reviews
Our family owned mountain cafe takes pride in serving hearty and healthy breakfast all day and lunch after 11am. We use the freshest and most flavorful ingredients possible to create our, mostly from scratch, full menu. We offer many vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free options. We source Willamette Valley fresh eggs, applewood smoked bacon, New Mexican green Chile, Prather Ranch beef and Kennebeck potatoes. Our fresh baked muffins, scones, cinnamon rolls and pastries are perfect to grab with a coffee or latte! We grind Peet’s beans for our complete espresso bar. Whether traveling on I-5 or enjoying the beauty of the north state, we hope you drop by for a visit.
This place was recommended for breakfast, in particular their pastries. Unfortunately we opted for other dishes. My wife's French toast was only fair, not at all exceptional, and real maple syrup was $2 extra (!). I had a huge breakfast burrito, which was fine although not outstanding other than its size. The pastries we did not order looked OK, although not especially inviting.
4.5 based on 66 reviews
Relaxed fine dining with historic ambience and Mission décor for elevated American fare with California, French and Mediterranean flair. The imaginative menu changes with the season to include vegetables and herbs from our own garden in addition to grass-fed beef, eco-sustainable fish, vegetarian, gluten-free and vegan options, many of which are organic and sourced locally from small growers and farmers through our local CSA (Community Sourced Agriculture). The extensive wine list has been hand selected to compliment the cuisine. Sage dining room is located off of the hotel lobby. Outdoor dining under a pergola-covered terrace overlooking the gardens during the summer months or when weather permits. Sage Restaurant is available for private events and catering. Open to the public year round Wednesday through Sunday evenings with seating's from 5:30 to 8 PM. Dining space is limited, so reservations are encouraged, especially in the summer.
Sage (the in-house restaurant at the McCloud Hotel) is not only a premium amenity at the hotel, it's a potential lifesaver in a town with very few dining options. Breakfast is included for overnight guests and the dining room opens up to the public for dinner, which offers some very nice options and an extensive wine list.
Carnivores, order the pot roast (called "beef roast" on the menu), which comes with grilled asparagus on a bed of "creamy polenta" with cranberry sauce ($22). The menu is limited to about a half-dozen entrees plus a daily vegan special. Everything on it is good, though I found the cream sauce on the butternut squash tortellacci to be a bit heavy.
It's definitely the place for comfort food -- especially in the colder months. Walk-ins are welcome but call ahead as the dining room is quite small and preference is given to hotel guests. To find comparable dining in the area, you need to drive to a neighboring town.
4.5 based on 360 reviews
What started as a small delivery service in Redding, CA has become a Northstate sensation! YAKS on the 5 offers gourmet burgers, salads and brews. We strive to provide our guests with a memorable an awe inspiring experience with handcrafted foods, award winning microbrews, and world famous sticky buns. Baked goods are made fresh every morning and all our sauces, dressings and other goodies are made from product sourced locally whenever possible and made in house by our culinary team. It really is like tasting delicious for the first time in every bite. Come and enjoy...:)
I never imagined a little place along the freeway would serve such innovative and delicious food! And coffee. Meat is local & excellent...sauces are fresh daily and tasty. Servings are more than adequate. Servers are attentive, friendly & helpful. Delightful lunch. Now, gotta get some steps.
4.5 based on 25 reviews
The coffee is made to your liking with excellent home made pastries. In the same day, we brought our friends to enjoy a home made lunch. Staff was friendly, efficient and service was great even as it got busy. The next day we went to a different location in McCloud and had the same great experience.
4.5 based on 233 reviews
Oh, yum! This place has a wide selection of delicious food that meets the criteria of my husband and myself. He's a LOT less selective (picky) than me in that he'll eat burgers, fries, pizza, etc. -- and moan afterward. I choose delightful fresh salads, organic is best, and homemade soups -- and don't moan afterward. Tee hee. The point is they have something for everyone -- and it's all delicious.
4.5 based on 33 reviews
There aren't many choices in little old Mccloud, especially on a Wednesday night. However, one of the best is open for business and is worth a stop. I had the regular burger with fries. The burger was perfect - onions, lettuce, pickles in a fresh bun - with a perfectly cooked beef pattie. The fries could be better and were just average. An added bonus is a selection of bottled local brews. I've driven by this place several times while in Mccloud - I won't make that mistake again.
4.5 based on 115 reviews
We stopped by Dunsmuir on our way up to Bend, Oregon and were fortunate enough to dine at this exquisite restaurant. The wine was great, the bread was great, the salad was great and all of the entrées were excellent.
4.5 based on 16 reviews
Our group dropped by this place since it was close to the RV park we were staying. We got their sampler platter of beers and luckily we did because only one of the batch was passable as a beer. 2 of the beers literally tasted like mopwater and warm. If this is European beer.....they can keep it!
We didn't get the pizza but just didn't pass the eye test for us as being anything out of the normal for a pizza joint. Having a dog wander around the kitchen area was another clue to "pass" on any of the food from this establishment.
4.5 based on 10 reviews
The cashier at the gas station in McCloud recommended we stop at Bartle for brunch or lunch when we said we were headed down the road to Burney Falls. We decided to take in the falls first and eat a little bit later, partly because the place was packed when we passed by eastbound.
When we stopped in on our way back we were almost the only ones there. Almost immediately struck up a conversation with a local couple a few years older than us (I'm 59) who were really interesting and full of information about local and state history. The woman running the place was very friendly as well, joining the conversation from time to time.
Nothing fancy on the menu -burgers, sandwiches, melt and such (we were too late for the breakfast menu which also looked really good)- but the food is excellent. I had a BLT that had nice, thick country style bacon, and my wife had a patty melt that she said was delicious.
We love the Mt. Shasta/McCloud area, so will probably stop in again, maybe early enough for breakfast.
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