Going up to Mammoth Lakes, California was a welcome respite from the California (not to mention Texas, too!) summer heat. It was on a Saturday in July when we drove up to Mammoth and arrived in the early evening. The following day, Sunday, to ready ourselves for a full day of sightseeing, we had a big breakfast at The Stove.
The stove boasts of country cooking and the interiors are welcoming and very homey. We had to wait 15 minutes for a table for 7. I was told it could have been a longer wait had we not gotten to the restaurant at a decent time. :D
I loved the “drinking jars”. Hee hee. This concept isn’t new to me though. It reminded me of a restaurant in the Philippines which serves beverages in the same manner. I just can’t recall if it’s Country Waffles or Heaven and Eggs.
Much as I love coffee, I would choose a mug of hot steamin’ choco over it anytime. But that’s because I loved chocolate first. ;)
The serving portions at The Stove is huge! If you’re on a diet, your self-control and discipline will definitely be tested. The food is so good that if you have a hearty appetite, chances are, you’ll finish it all! Just don’t let whatever guilt you might feel afterwards make you turn to Leptitrex. Hee hee.
I had a veggie omelet. Sounds healthy enough, right? But no! It’s got lots of cheese! And look at the side of grease, I mean, potatoes! I only finished half of my omelet.
Abby just had fried eggs and a piece of toast and some potatoes.
This gigantic waffle isn’t mine. It’s my aunt’s. I just borrowed it for picture-taking purposes. Hee hee.
Looking at all these pics from that breakfast almost two months ago, I can’t help but feel full all over again! *burp!*
I’ve been stalking bees, my other WS entry.
Have a wonderful week ahead, y’all!