The Whitebark offers several private dining options. Whether you choose our cozy Gallery featuring a fireplace and private balcony or our larger banquet rooms, our chef is sure to delight your guests palates with tantalizing dishes.View Private Dining Details
The service, for dinner, was attentive and quick unlike the service for breakfast which was neither. We ordered the calamari appetizer which was cooked well and nicely seasoned. The mixed green salad was the size of an entree which some might enjoy but we thought we’d ordered an appetizer salad. The cost was around $13.00 which seemed very high for some mixed greens and a few cherry tomatoes. The salmon entree is where things went really wrong. The salmon was breaded but the breading was not crisped at all. It was like eating soggy bread crumbs, not good. The salmon was lukewarm although cooked through. The entrees also came before before we were even close to being done with our appetizers so fired way too early. We told them to take them back until our appetizers were done. The food was stuck under a heat lamp which probably lead to the lukewarm fish. The salmon came with roasted root vegetables which were not caramelized but instead, burnt. They were inedible. The dish was a huge disappointment. We also ordered a burger which was well cooked even with sitting under the heat lamp. The pickle served alongside was delicious. Our dessert, ice cream and cookies, was the best part of the meal although it could’ve served 4 people. It’s way too big for a single serving, and sold as such kind of grotesque. It’s two chocolate chip cookies as large as an adult hand with 4 scoops of vanilla ice cream. Who doesn’t love chocolate chip cookies and ice cream but it should be listed as a dessert for two, at least! The drinks came quickly, the food too quickly, the value mixed and the service/kitchen timing needs work.
Delicious food and excellent service. Brussels sprouts and rib eye the best. Will go again. Take reservations on Open Table. Supposed to have great happy too, but got there too late.
Very basic expensive restaurant having nice surroundings with a very high noise level. Weekends are especially bad since the number of people eating there are young kids. Staff indicated that on most weekends it would be wise to wear ear plugs or shooting headphones. The food is for the most part is excellent in taste but very expensive since every thing is ala-carte. There are many better places to eat in Mammoth Lakes at a much lower price. The atmosphere that your eating in is great during the week but not on the weekend.
Took forever to get food and chicken was over cooked!
We brought friends for dinner and wanted to try the new menu. Glad we could get in. The service was great and we enjoyed the food.
We celebrated a couple of adult birthdays at Whitebark while visiting Mammoth. The ambiance was very nice, the waitress (wish I could remember her name) was amazing, very open about what was really good, and also those that were not as recommended. We enjoyed several appetizers, which were large portions, and some of our party just ordered small plates after the appetizers, and we all had plenty of good food.
The new executive chef has created a different Whitebark that I will no longer be going to. Serious decline in menu.
Bummed they took out the sushi bar. That was a big draw!
7 people for Mother's birthday. Nice menu with choices for all. Had the pork belly, with an unusual presentation, but yummy. My NY strip was cooked a perfect medium-rare! The server was great. She was on her A game, very friendly and knowledgeable.
Good choice of appetizers and mains. creative cocktails and wine list. Kids liked the burgers and tomatoe soup, we shared the lamb shank and polenta. Better food then any options in Mammoth village.