The Iron Door has been around since 1852, continuously operating! Great food, atmosphere. Try throwing a dollar bill and sticking it to the ceiling (its a local thing!)
Even if you are not eating, this is worth a peek. It is the oldest continuously running saloon (bar) in California. The ceiling is full of dollar bills. Food is good. Service is friendly. Looks like entertainment is a hit!
Called in for drinks and bite to eat and found the place to be full. Spoke to a lady about ordering some food who didn't seem to pleased and suggested an hours wait so we went for a walk along the high street. On returning we went to the bar and ordered some drinks and were served by a delightful... 更多
We stopped here on our way to Yosemite Park and found it a perfect place for a pit stop. Our four daughters were not of course allowed to sit at the bar, but hey: law is law. Not for Dutchies to question. Personnel is very friendly and takes the time for chat. Could be the time of day because it... 更多
Fun, ecclectic bar. Food was good and the beer was great and cold. It was fun to watch one of the families eating at the bar trying to get their dollar bill stuck to the ceiling...along with many others up there.
Stayed in this quaint little town for 1 night on route to Yosemite. We didn't eat at the saloon but went for drinks. What a pleasant evening- live band and all. Being tourists, this felt like being in a western movie. The barmen, decor, music and patrons... Loved it
If you are traveling through grovland to Yosemite or just up for a day trip out of the valley this is a cool place to stop and have a beverage and enjoy the originality of this place . It is truly the oldest bar in California and you will meet all walks on life in here since it is the... 更多
The open mic on Tuesdays is a lot of fun. The iron door is filled with global visitors to Yosemite some of which participate in making music. The local musicians are also very good. The food is always good especially their burgers. I'll be there frequently.