Reviews on American food in Kirkwood, California, United States. Kirkwood (formerly, Kirk, Kirkwood's, and Roundtop) is a census-designated place in Alpine and Amador counties, California, United States. The population was 158 at the 2010 census. Kirkwood's main attraction is the Kirkwood Mountain Resort. The town is accessible by State Route 88. Kirkwood is within the Eldorado National Forest.
4 based on 78 reviews
After a long hot day of hiking up at Carson Pass I stopped in with my hiking group to have a root beer float I had heard so much about. My expectations were met. The root beer float came in a chilled mason jar full of good quality vanilla ice cream. When I commented to the waiter that there wasn't any room for root beer he brought a separate tall glass filled with root beer. I enjoyed every drop of that float. I will definitely be coming back when I am in the area.
4 based on 16 reviews
A comfortable, relaxed lodge with a full lunch and dinner menu of home-made food without the ski resort prices. This is where locals eat.
Stayed over night on the mountain and found out that 7800 is the closest place open during the week for dinner. Good choices on the menu at reasonable prices. Fast friendly service. Food quickly arrived from the kitchen and portions are decent. We definitely will return here to for lunches on the mountain in the future.
We visited this restaurant twice during our stay at Kirkwood Ski Resort. It is a laid back spot with friendly servers, and great food. Happy hour is from 3 to 6 pm for drinks, and food. We enjoyed the food, and on the dinner menu, the portions are large. Come hungry with an appetite, and leave satisfied. Itâs a short walk from lodgings, and one of the few spots within walking distance. It has a great view of the mountain, which adds to the ambience. It can be noisy, but itâs in a ski resort. Go there, and enjoy it.
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