Said to be the oldest bar in California, the Iron Door has been open for business since 1852. It is named for its fireproof iron doors, imported from England a century and a half ago, and remains a must-see stop in Groveland en route to Yosemite. Black-and-white photos detail the life and times of local legends Black Bart and John Muir, long-dead animal heads gaze at your from the walls and there’s local color to spare. The fare is typical American: eggs and bacon for breakfast, hamburgers for lunch and dinner.
Yosemite National Park
Yosemite National Park› Restaurant
Iron Door Saloon and Grill
18761 California 120
Our Rating Neighborhood Near The Park Hours Sun–Thurs 7am–9pm; Fri–Sat 7am–10pm Phone 209/962-6244 Prices Breakfast, lunch, and dinner main courses $6–$10 Cuisine Type American Web site Iron Door Saloon and Grill Other Shorter winter hours Bar open later
Map18761 California 120 Yosemite National Park
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