Bars & Lounges

  • This pub is one the most popular spots for late night food and drinks. Outlaw’s name is fitting as you can easily stay longer than intended. You’ll enjoy watching 80″ HD TVs along with pool table and shuffleboard fun. After a full day of mountain adventures, it’s a great place to keep the fun going. The bartenders are friendly–serving a large selection of beer and cocktails. Located in the same building as John’s Pizza Works–they are open daily at 4 pm ’till midnight and Happy hour happens everyday from 4 to 6 pm. Happy hour specials are honored during all NFL games.

    Football season features a Sunday Ticket Special–opening at 10 am, serving $3 shooters, $4 Bloody Mary’s, and Mimosas. Check out their full food menu here. (Same as John’s Pizza Works)

  • Clocktower Cellar
    “In the Alpenhof Lodge”
    6080 Minaret Rd
    Mammoth Lakes CA 93546

    Phone: (760) 934-2725

    Clocktower is Mammoth’s original beer and whiskey bar. Serving 26 different beers on tap and over 160 whiskeys. The intimate vibe may throw you back to your college days with bottle caps covering the ceiling and a 100-disc jukebox playing–it has an old-school pub feel.

    It’s a great place to get pub cuisine–locals will insist that you try the Tot-chos (tater tot potatoes with nacho toppings). Also serving sandwiches, fish tacos, and daily specials. Happy hour is from 4 pm to 6 pm–be sure to check their Facebook page for food and drink specials. Learn more about this tried and true whiskey bar by reading customer reviews here.

  • Lakanuki Tiki Bar
    “In The Village”
    6201 Minaret Road
    Mammoth Lakes CA 93546

    Phone: (760) 934-0669

    If you’re craving a word-class Mai Tai–Lakanuki is the place to go. You’ll feel teleported to an island in the mountains. Serving a variety of Tiki drinks and pub food–it’s a great place to come with friends and enjoy a long Happy Hour – 3 pm – 6 pm. Stay late for the DJ to start spinning and the dance floor to start hoppin’.

    Their NFL Game day Food features $5 specials–served from 10 am ’till 3 pm. Take a look at their full food menus online.

  • Underground Gastropub
    “In The Village”
    6201 Minaret Road
    Mammoth Lakes CA 93546

    Phone: (760) 934-0707

    Underground is a hot spot in Mammoth. If you’re looking for a relaxing intimate lounge, it’s the place to gather with friends, share stories from your day, and listen to live music.

    Locals will advise you to order the Moscow Mule–served in their signature copper cups. Friday through Sundays they offer Apre-ski specials from 4 pm to 6 pm and live music until close.

    Speakeasy Sundays and Locals Lounge Mondays rock at Underground. They offer Happy hour ALL NIGHT and live music that will get you moving on the dance floor. Also serving a delicious dinner menu, customers have praised their Rib Eye, Kale Salad, and Chocolate Bread Pudding. You can view their full menu online here. Be sure to check out their Facebook page to find out about their latest live music events and special deals.

  • Providing one of the most scenic views in Mammoth–this pub is a gem. Whether you’re looking for a quiet evening with your special person or a gathering spot to celebrate with friends–the Tavern is your place. Locals will advise you try the Warm Goat Cheese salad (with champagne lemon dressing), Braised Short Rib Grilled Cheese, Bone Marrow Canoe plate, Swiss Fondue, and their too good to be true Cheesecake. Other gastropub favorites are of course–drinks. If you haven’t had a jalapeno infused margarita, now is the time. Order their Blackberry Margarita if you’re in the mood for zesty refreshing spice. Their unique cocktails have a presentation that will make you fall in love before you take a sip. Bacon, Jalapeno, and cheese with a Bloody Mary? Yummilicious is what folks have said.

    Open Tuesday through Sunday–happy hour happens daily from 3:30 to 5:30 pm. Check out their full menu online, connect with their Facebook page for updates on food and drink specials, or you can learn more about The Tavern experience by clicking here.

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