Park food served by friendly staff. We had lunch and breakfast there. Nothing spectacular, but not bad. There is a gift shop attached.
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It was there last day to be opened before closing for the season. There was snow on the ground and it was crisp and cool. We got there around 10am. The restaurant wasn't crowded at all (I'm sure that's not the case in the summer)....More
Pretty good standard American dining in just the right place after a day hiking. Nothing fancy but overall not bad.
We had dinner here one night. My meal was much tastier than the food at the Crater Lake Lodge and way less expensive also. It's at the entrance to the park.
We stayed at Mazama cabins since Crater LakeLodge was full. Annie's is quick walk from cabins just inside park entrance. It is a small restaurant with gift shop. Wait for a table was more than half hour. Staff friendly but food not very good. We...More
We ate at the restaurant on our arrival at the park; three of us ordered the hamburger (which was huge) while one of us ordered the chicken burger (also big, but assuredly healthier). The meal kept us satisfied all afternoon long, with leftovers to boot...More
If you want a burger and fries then you will be able to find something here. Otherwise, there aren't many options. The pulled pork was mediocre and prices seemed high for what you received. I'm sure this is due to location and the fact that...More
We ate breakfast here while staying at the Mizama Lodge in Crater Lake. Both the food and the ambience were surprisingly good considering that this was a National Park eating area. It wasn't inexpensive, but was reasonable considering the food and the location. Our waiter...More