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We dined here after a long day of hiking in Death Valley. Our server, Geri Lyn (sorry if I butchered the spelling) was so sweet and attentive. We both had chicken entrees which came with soup/salad, delicious fresh and hot bread, and several tasty sides....We had a table by the windows so we could see the sun setting over Mt. Whitney -- worth the price of the food alone. The food wasn't what I would call gourmet and the ambiance of the dining room is a bit lacking, so probably not the place to come if you are a hard-core foodie, but if you are looking for attentive service and plentiful portions of solid comfort food with a great view, this is the place to come in Lone Pine. Would certainly eat here again.More
Husband and I are twice-a-year travelers on the 395, and we stay at a local hotel, but this is the first time we’ve tried The Grill. So glad we did, it will become a regular dinner spot for us!
I had the tomato soup, battered...fish and vegetables; Husband had the chicken Caesar salad. Everything fresh; the battered fish was a rich cod fillet with a dry crispy crust and a chunky tartar sauce. Tomato soup is really a pureed vegetable soup with an extra helping of tomato, but was still very satisfying. Nice wine list, excellent iced tea.
Bobby made sure everything was excellent throughout. The Grill will be a regular stop for us.More
I'd rate this restaurant as the #1 dinner place. The menu at this restaurant is fairly large. There is a wide variety of meals, sandwiches, soups and dinner entrees. The pasta dishes are incredible. We had the Diablo pasta with a chipotle cream sauce -...just tremendous. Had an order of linguine with bolognese sauce too - just great. Wait staff is attentive. There are options of dining in, on the patio or completely outside. Good wine menuMore
We had an excellent experience at the Grill. Bobby was super friendly and made us feel like we had been going there for years! Our portions of food were massive- the half rack of ribs were enormous and my spaghetti was enough for a weeks...worth of leftovers!
Food, ambience, and service was excellent and we couldn’t have been more satisfied.More
Ordered a medium rare NY steak and got medium well to almost well done. I guess jerky is popular in Lone Pine. At least, they waived the $10 corkage fee. Headed back to SoCal tomorrow so our chihuahua will get a nice cut of beef,...albeit chewy!More
Was recommended by the adjacent hotel, but as it was ca 8.30 on a mid week February night, the choice was VERY limited. We were the only guests, so service and food was super fast, but quality ribs and steaks aren't usually ready THAT fast...(???!!!) free noodle soup as appetiser , we skipped on the desserts ( fear that they're all industry produced....)
Under the circumstances, we had little choice, the food was OVER priced ( for the US ) , the "restaurant" was a single room, a bit sparsely decorated , service ( from the owner ) rapid, but guess he was keen to lock up shop thereafter. Most disappointing place on our trip, in contrast, the Alabama place for breakfast beat it hands down......in other words , it was a waste of money - not entirely their fault, they have to make the best of what comes by, and it can't be much....More
I ate dinner here while in Lone Pine. It has a fairly extensive menu of diner-style comfort food. The atmosphere however is more reminiscent of a bar and grill. I ordered a bowl of chili - which was enormous - along with a Cobb salad....The chili was solid: warm, filling, and flavorful. The Cobb was a decent effort, but the ingredients were not all top notch. The lettuce in particular was pretty tired, starting to wilt around the edges. Still, you could do worse in a small town like Lone Pine.More
We stopped in and had the pulled pork sandwich and a crepe brûlée . Food was delicious, server staff was friendly but prices were very high. Paying $32 for one sandwich, dessert and two drinks was a budget buster. But again food was good.