Find out what American restaurants to try in Angels Camp. Angels Camp, also known as City of Angels and formerly Angel's Camp, Angels, Angels City, Carson's Creek and Clearlake, is the only incorporated city in Calaveras County, California, United States. The population was 3,835 at the 2010 census, up from 3,004 at the 2000 census. It lies at an elevation of 1378 feet (420 m).
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4 based on 63 reviews
This small cafe has limited seating, but a reasonable array of menu choices, and all members of our party were pleased with the quality of our food. My toasted Italian sandwich was thick with a variety of meats and cheese. My wife's French dip was heavy with meat and was flavorful. Our friend's BLT was prepared with good quality bacon and fresh produce. But I think the server got his customer-service training from the military. He barely communicated, and offered nary a smile. In an increasingly uncivil world, that lack of friendliness in a business is simply unacceptable. I've had better service from teenagers in fast-food joints.
4 based on 121 reviews
Camps Restaurant at Greenhorn Creek Resort offers award-winning indoor and outdoor dining. and boasts the finest wine collection in the region. The restaurants main dining room features twin fireplaces and soaring beamed ceiling. Outdoor, Camps features B
We were in Angels Camp on a very rainy day! We wanted to eat American cuisine that had fish, steak and other dishes. We found Camps and were pleasantly surprised. The inside was warm and inviting. They had a nicely lit fireplace and a full bar. The menu had several dishes that fit exactly what we were looking for and reasonably priced. The environment is more geared towards adults; however my grandchildren are well behaved and I would not hesitate to take them for a nice lunch or dinner. The restaurant does have ample space and high chairs. Very nice space overlooking the golf course.
3 based on 129 reviews
Really nice people and great service. Food tastes industrial, almost like airplane or old style airport food. Salad bar was tired and UN-inviting
Enjoy delicious, artisanal ice cream at Yummy Ha Ha in historic downtown Angels Camp. We sell scoops, pints, milkshakes and hot fudge sundaes.
We each had a cone. Choice was from multiple flavors and ice cream was delicious. Open air tables in rear offered a look at period buildings constructed from hand-hewn sandstone and brick with aging plaster and old stairway to the level above. Chatted with visitors from other countries who were blown away by the history of it all.
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