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Bishop restaurants

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Bishop restaurants

We're staying at the Creekside Inn for one night in July. Can anyone recommend a good place to eat in the evening? We're two adults and two teenage girls who like just about anything! Thanks.

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1. Re: Bishop restaurants

Believe it or not, the restaurant in the bowling alley is one of the best places in town: thebackalleybowlandgrill.com/thegrill.php

You can find it reviewed on Trip Advisor, also.

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Thanks lynogirl. I've had a look and looks like fun so will probably give it a try!

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3. Re: Bishop restaurants

Don't miss Schats Bakery while in town. Stock up on cookies and bread for the trip!

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4. Re: Bishop restaurants

Schat's also has terrific sandwiches and pastries. Truly my downfall.

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5. Re: Bishop restaurants

Schats is definitely on my list! Thanks guys.

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Our usual at Schat's.. hot sandwiches and soup at the deli. Ice cream and pastry for dessert. Plenty of bread and cookies to go.

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7. Re: Bishop restaurants

Schat's Bakery - another vote.

For deli sandwiches and such, & extraordinary jerky, ham, bacon, etc (smoked not with hickory, but mahogany from aged logs that they collect from fallen trees - they do not cut live trees), Mahogany Smoked Meats, sometimes known as Meadow Farms Country Smokehouse.

http://www.smokedmeats.com/

Bishop has an Indian casino, the Paiute ("pie-yute") Palace that has a restaurant. Minors may not gamble but may go to the restaurant. Indian casinos are run by Native American (a.k.a. in Canada as First Nations) tribes by special state permit. In California, some towns have "card parlors" or other "soft" gambling houses where people can throw away their money on poker, blackjack, and other card games but "Las Vegas type" gambling like roulette or slots are prohibited. Most of the Indian casinos have permits for the full range of gambling activities.

http://www.paiutepalace.com/

For more ordinary palates with less interest in quaint regional delicacies, Bishop also has Denny's, McDonald's, KFC, and other internationally renowned repositories of gourmet scrumptiousness.

While in Bishop, don't miss the Laws Museum.

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8. Re: Bishop restaurants

We had several diners at Whiskey Creek but I think it's closed. Wasn't cheap.

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9. Re: Bishop restaurants

Schatts for sure

. But for something really fun, head to Mammoth for dinner and eat at any of the restaurants in the Village or even upstairs at Roberto's. Amazing beauty, views and will be memorable. It stays light until about 9 and the it's stars forever. Just 20 minutes from bishop and a beautiful drive

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10. Re: Bishop restaurants

20 minutes to Mammoth from Bishop???? Oh, goodness, it takes longer than that!

Be that as it may, with only one night, you've got a lot to choose from, in Bishop. Have fun!

Edited: 24 May 2014, 01:56