53 Kitchen & Cocktails
// Friday - Sunday, 11:30AM - 9PM
// Happy Hour 2-5PM
Great location in the Village of Mammoth Lakes. Convenient to parking. Great service, friendly staff. Cocktails were outstanding. I had a "Sherwin", from a double rye. My wife had an Old Fashioned (she can't help it. She's from Wisconsin). One of the best she's ever had. We had Brussels Sprouts and Pretzel Bread as appetizers. Both were very fresh and tasty. We shared the red quinoa and farro salad, which was also very fresh and tasty. Great dressing. It was plenty for the two of us. There were lots of meaty options on the menu for those with heartier appetites. We'll go again next time we get to Mammoth Lakes.
Our group was underwhelmed by the food, drinks, and service. The ambiance was fine and it’s a beautiful restaurant but everything else was a disappointment unfortunately.
Cocktails are great! The food is a little hit-and-miss for me, and it’s probably personal preference. The turkey burgers are good, and I love that you can get any burger in a lettuce wrap! I didn’t particularly care for the cauliflower burger (cauliflower steak inside was a little thick for me), but my husband loved it! Salads are on the small side, but taste great.
Good Food, Nice atmosphere. We will go again ! Enjoyable experience!
The salad was called Red Quinoa and Farro but there the was very little of quinoa in the salad.
Good food but very limited menu. Nice decor and wait staff very friendly and efficient. Have been there a couple of times but did not remember how limited the menu was.
The Brussel sprouts were Amazing! I literally dreamt of them!
The restaurant has interesting menu choices and a very good staff. The butternut squash salad was good but the squash could have been cut into larger pieces.
Eddie is a very nice server! We enjoyed the time with him.
Excellent food, cocktails and service. Go there!
We love this restaurant. We shared with Eddie, our waiter, how even our grandchildren were excited about having dinner at this restaurant. Everyone in our group had great meals. I have many dietary restrictions, but we did great at coming up with the perfect meal. The service was excellent and the food was excellent.
Kitchen 53 serves unique food that is tasty and wholesome. Our waiter beautifully described the cauliflower burger with Gouda to us and he was right. It was delicious! I never would have tried something like that if he hadn’t brought it up. The menu changes from time to time - always wth great results.
Our second dining in mammoth was different to the first.
The food was very nice. The wine list a good size and price and the staff attentive and helpful .
We managed to our main course altered such that it was a mixture of 2.
We intend to return
awesome great food and ambiance
Food was standard fare. Service was great.
Great food & fun atmosphere. Service was great but temperature inside way too hot (remembered last year was crazy warm also).
We went there for our family Easter dinner, and regretted that decision almost immediately. Our waiter was extremely rude and unfriendly. Our drinks took forever, and our food was cold. I was made to feel like I was making it up when I told the waiter it was cold. I'm usually not a complainer, but this dinner ruined our Easter dinner. Overpriced too.
Small selection, high prices, mediocre service. Feels like someone was trying to make a foodie restaurant but wasn't sure how it was supposed to work.
Rude bartenders. Steak was raw.
We have been to 53 before and loved it. We had a great time and the meals were great except for one. The cauliflower 'burger' - YUCK, patooey, AWFUL!!! It is a slice of cauliflower and a big hunky slice of gouda with the brown plastic tasting covering still on the cheese, then some lettuce, tomatoe. It tastes awful, you can't eat it as a burger because it just falls apart. I tried two bites and left the remainder. GET THAT AWFUL thing off the menu -- what a rip-off. oh yes and we had to go hunt down our server - 2 times. Once she decided she was going to pay attention to us it got better.
Food not good and too expensive for poor food. Risotto bland and skirt steak tough
Okay and decent food! Sat at bar and it was cold from front door being opened continuously. Hard to find a really wonderful place at Mammoth. Having said that I would go back !’
53 kitchen has some amazing choices to choose from, yet the menu is succinct and simple. There are also amazing sweet potato fries or chips and amazing appetizers.
Service was excellent! Appetizer was outstanding and entree’s were good. The waiting staff was outgoing and knowledgeable and were a pleasure to interact with. We will come back.
Took WAY too long for our drinks to arrive. Some came after the appetizers and mine came after the main course arrived. Our waiter was nice but this is very poor management. The reason given was there were a lot of people in the bar. Their dinner customers should be a priority at the bar. He brought us a complimentary dessert which was nice but they need to get it together if they want people to dine there.
The food was cold and took forever.
We have been to this restaurant several times and had good experiences. This visit was very different. We had a reservation for the following night that had been made weeks in advance. Days before our reservation we received a call that the restaurant would be closed for a private event that evening. We were offered the evening before and accepted. Bar area was busy and restaurant area was maybe half full. Seated after about 5 minutes as "they had to get our table ready". What about the empty tables and a 7pm reservation?? We were not exactly walk ins. Service was VERY slow. We ordered drinks and when about 10 minutes passed our waitress told us a large group had just arrived in the bar and the bartenders were behind (drinks ordered were a glass of Pinot Noir, a beer and a Coke, not exactly labor intensive). And we were there first with a RESERVATION. Food service was also very slow. Not sure why as the dining area was not more than half full. Food was good but not great. Left disappointed as we had a guest from the east coast with us and we had talked about how we liked 53 Kitchen. She was not impressed. Not sure we will be back.
Food excellent in past visits
Outstanding food, best service in Mammoth .
Good food, slow service. Service was friendly but inificent. Overall, good but not great.
Food was good, our server was amazing, I think his name was Brandon? Can't remember but he was great!
Kitchen 53 is a must for any visit to Mammoth and a regular stop for me and my son when we are snowboarding on the mountain.
The food and service is always great.
Great server and the place was not very packed but there was quite a bit of noise. The food was excellent but also quite expensive ( not surprising for a ski town). Good wine and beer selection.
We went for our first time and loved it! We sat on the couches and the server was so nice to serve us while there. Drinks and food were great!
The service was ok and the food was good nothing out of this world. Based on past experience being at this RESTAURANT 4-5 times I would say the quality of food and service standards have lowered
The food was average. When we asked the waiter for bread for the table he got obviously upset with our request which we found odd. Probably won’t go back.
We came here for a birthday and sat at the bar, it was awesome. Food is great, a
Generally, I've had good experiences at 53 Kitchen. However, our last trip left a lot to be desired. While the waiter was very attentive, it took over 20mins to get our food (while the restaurant was practically empty) and the crispy chicken burger left a lot to be desired. Over-cooked and not much to it. Very over-priced.