Roberto’s claims that it’s been “Mammoth’s favorite Mexican restaurant since 1985,” and, though that sounds like just a phrase you’d slap on a t-shirt, it’s honestly true.
Ah, Nevados. It’s the place you go to get strong gin & tonics, even stronger shots of whiskey, and generally an all-around festive atmosphere. Show up during any happy hour (5:00-6:00 p.m.) and you’ll find the bar full of Mammoth locals, most of whom are already tipsy, shooting the breeze with the long time bartenders.
Skadi is arguably (actually, no, it’s not, it’s absolutely) the best restaurant in Mammoth. Run by the perennially young chef Ian Algeroen, Skadi has been an institution in Mammoth since 1995—it’s the place where birthdays and anniversaries are celebrated, where proposals happen, and where long dinners linger over dessert wine and world-class pastries.