Check out the very new and somewhat quirky (hello. LegLamp) Mammoth hotspot, The Public House Taproom.
With 50 taps and most of them filled, there are plenty of drink choices -- even a couple of wines for beer naysayers. (For the record if you don't drink beer we can't be friends.) The food choices aren't quite so abundant, tho they do serve meat pies and soft pretzels with plans to expand those choices (cheese sauce coming soon! Yummo).
Don't let the Nintendo 64 fool you, no time warp here. There's wi-fi and plenty of device charging to remind you that it actually is still the 21st century. Whether you're looking to pass some time before checkin or sample a ton of Eastern Sierra beers all in one place, you can't beat the Public House.
Located in the old outlets, next to Black Velvet Coffee
3399 Main Street Suite F
Mammoth Lakes, CA 93546
12 pm – 10 pm Sun-Thur
12 pm – 11 pm on Fri and Sat
If you're a private pilot, getting to Mammoth by air can save you a ton of traffic and time -- and the Sierra views from 10,000 feet are world class. But for all the obvious reasons like wind, snow, visibility, terrain and turbulence, flying into KMMH can be challenging. I interviewed my favorite pilot tp get his top tips for general aviators. Because I'm me I've taken the editorial liberty of 'extending' his comments. Read on for his advice, my commentary, and more fantastic pics and videos of our Eastern Sierra flying fun.
Mammoth is really just a small town. Maybe this isn't obvious when you and 10 million of your besties are standing in the queue at Chair 1. But it really is true. And even though its such a small town, Mammoth partners with a ton of transportation agencies to provide some big city transport. Whether you want to get into Yosemite for a hike, to Reno's airport, or home to SoCal because your flight was cancelled, Mammoth's transportation partners can get you there.