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7 Must-Stop Spots to Quench & Nourish in Mammoth

18th March 2015 | Heather B. Fried

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At The Mill Café on Mammoth Mountain, you can either get the chili in a bread bowl or wish you had. - © Heather B. Fried

At The Mill Café on Mammoth Mountain, you can either get the chili in a bread bowl or wish you had.
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At The Mill Café on Mammoth Mountain, you can either get the chili in a bread bowl or wish you had. - © Heather B. Fried
Mammoth Tavern in town. - © Heather B. Fried

Mammoth Tavern in town.
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Mammoth Tavern in town. - © Heather B. Fried
Mammoth Tavern's take on a Moscow Mule. - © Heather B. Fried

Mammoth Tavern's take on a Moscow Mule.
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Mammoth Tavern's take on a Moscow Mule. - © Heather B. Fried
Clocktower Cellar "beer guy" who made my whiskey drink. Everybody's nice here, even when you're so obviously a tourist. - © Heather B. Fried

Clocktower Cellar "beer guy" who made my whiskey drink. Everybody's nice here, even when you're so obviously a tourist.
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Clocktower Cellar "beer guy" who made my whiskey drink. Everybody's nice here, even when you're so obviously a tourist. - © Heather B. Fried
Dry Creek Bar at Mammoth Mountain Inn serves up a mean cocktail with a view to match. - © Heather B. Fried

Dry Creek Bar at Mammoth Mountain Inn serves up a mean cocktail with a view to match.
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Dry Creek Bar at Mammoth Mountain Inn serves up a mean cocktail with a view to match. - © Heather B. Fried

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