Alicia's Sugar Shack Twain Harte
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Hands down our favorite place to eat in Tuolumne County. Wonderful breakfast burritos and the best açaí bowls! Plus warm cinnamon rolls, pastries, coffee, etc
Heading up Hwy 108 to the mountains? Stop in at Alicia's for coffee, smoothies, great home made quality pastries and a wide array of interesting and hearty breakfast and lunch choices. Alicia's is the go-to place for locals and travelers alike.
All I can say is YUM!!!! If you want delicious treats and food, visit Alicia's Sugar Shack. So many delicious options, you won't know what to eat first.
Homemade baked goods, sandwiches, salads, and gluten free options for breakfast and lunch. Smoothies & Coffee any time of the until 2pm!
Fantastic baked goods, breakfast, and lunch. Stop by on your way up the hill towards Pinecrest.
“It's a bar but it's also a restaurant. It's in a historic log cabin and its charming and iconic. Sometimes there is live music, usually a local band. We're not bar people but if we were we'd go here or to the Rock.”
“My favorite restaurant is the Rock. You will love the laid back & homie atmosphere. Im a vegitarian and Ive never had a better veggie burger then here. My manly-man, meat-eating boyfriend also loves this restaurant for their amazing burgers. We both appreciate the fresh ingredients and homemade desserts. ”
“This is a farm to table restaurant. For our family this is the place we go to celebrate life events. ”
“It's much more than a pharmacy. It has fabric, games, arts & crafts, clothing, cards, and seasonal stuff to buy. Always visit every time we're in town.”
“This is a Pack Station where you can take a days long trail rides or 2 hour trail rides and everything in between. There are many cabins and campsites, a restaurant with a small menu, a cowboy bar and access to the Tuolumne River. There are hundreds of horses and mules that are managed by cowboys and herding dogs. There's also a small store. This is where hikers on the Pacific Crest Trail come to collect mail and buy food items on their way through.”