Shaver Coffee & Deli
You must try the famous sticky bread! They also have good chili cheese fries and breakfast burritos.
The Deli – ChUnKy BrEaD!!! Shaver Lake’s most historic breakfast treat is made here. It’s a cinnamon pull a part bread, perfect to bring back to the cabin with coffee. The deli also has a full service ice cream parlor, and great lunch items.
“The pizza is good. Depending on the time of your visit, the wait may be a bit long. You can always call ahead to get a better time!”
“There is a lot of history here and a great hike right behind the museum! The Central Sierra Historical Society and Museum, Inc. is a 501 (c)(3) public benefit corporation. CSHS was founded in 1991, but its roots date back to the early 1980’s, when a group of individuals in the central Sierra recognized the need for an organized effort to preserve the fast-disappearing history of the area. In addition to the museum building, CSHS is actively preserving local historical treasures, such as a 1902 Dolbeer Steam Donkey, a 1912 caboose from the SJ&E Railroad, a 1920 Mack Truck, the Pine Logging Camp, and collecting the oral histories of area pioneers. The “Museum Without Walls” series of lectures, field trips, and social events have helped to build educational programs. There is a demonstration only powerhouse on the grounds that was dedicated in 2013. This is the only running powerhouse in a museum setting throughout the whole world. The gift shop at the museum provides adults’ and children’s’ books on California history, Native American culture, pioneer lives, natural history, wildlife, environmental issues facing the West, and recreational activities in the Sierra.about-us-train ”
“If you want a great steak, this is the place. Make reservations , it gets busy!”
Grocery or Supermarket
“Best store for groceries and almost everything else you might need. They also have an ice cream parlor in the middle of the store. A fun place to explore.”