Dine at The Restaurant at Convict Lake

Just 10 Minutes from Mammoth Lakes!

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 The Restaurant at Convict Lake is widelyrecognized as the finest restaurant in the Eastern Sierra and a "locals" choice for special occasions. Dine in a romantic and casually elegant atmosphere located just 10 minutes from Mammoth Lakes across from the Mammoth/Yosemite Airport.  Call 760-934-3800 x 2 to make a reservation.

Our menu features continental cuisine and such sumptuous specialties as rack of lamb, beef wellington, grass fed beef steaks, fresh seafood and pastas. We have an award-winning wine list including some of the best vintages around the world and a martini bar.  If you are not up for a four course meal, enjoy appetizers and drinks at the martini bar in The Lounge.  The lounge offers a separate menu in the summer and HD TV's to watch your favorite sports.

Enjoy the Restaurant at Convict Lake for all seasons:

  • Winter the most romantic après ski dining experience in the Eastern Sierra.
  • Fishing opener weekend we start pizza in the Lounge. 
  • Fall bask in the glow of golden aspens and take the chill off during your annual fall foliage tour.


The Restaurant at Convict Reservations

Hours of Operation and Schedule:  

  • Mid-December: Restaurant open. Open 7 nights a week from 5:30pm to close. The Lounge opens at 5:00pm Check for special event closure dates.
  • April 28 to October 30, 2016: Pizza in The Lounge opens at 5:00pm til’ close 
  • Mid-June: Pizza in The Lounge opens at 4:00pm til’ close.
  • November 16 to November 22, 2016: Restaurant closed for cleaning & renovations
  • November 23 to 27, 2016: Restaurant Open for Thanksgiving Week
  • November 24, 2016: Thanksgiving Dinner - Reservations 760-934-3803
  • November 28, 2016: Restaurant closed for cleaning & renovations


This institution is an equal opportunity provider. This program is operated under special use permit
with Inyo National Forest.

Header Photo Credit: The Cooke's Fine Photography