Yosemite: Pop's Family Restaurant

For sustenance during our Yosemite weekend, we packed cup noodles, soy sauce eggs, sesame sauce chicken and cucumber salad, Chicago mix popcorn, banh mi, PBJ and Nutella sandwich material, and fruit. 

Needless to say, we didn't starve.

We spent Saturday going to lesser known sites in Yosemite such as Hetch Hetchy Reservoir, Olmsted Point, and Tenaya Lake.  On our way out Sunday morning, we stopped by the town of Oakhurst for gas, both for the car and for ourselves.  After some Yelping, we decided on Pop's Family Restaurant:

The parking lot was tiny, but we managed to squeeze into a spot.  We were seated right away:

And our food came quite quickly.

My sister and I split two entrees.  We got the mushroom omelet ($10.95) and chose to top it with a slice of melted pepper jack cheese:

Given the choice between toast and biscuit, we went with biscuit.

Even though we also ordered the country breakfast ($10.95), which came with an open faced biscuit smothered in gravy and served with either bacon or sausage patties (we went for the patties), two eggs, and hash browns:

You can never have too many biscuits.

T and CV also split two entrees.  They got the value pancake platter ($8.95), which came with two pancakes, two eggs, and the choice between bacon, ham, or sausage:

They also ordered the Pop's ultimate omelet ($13.95), which included ham, bacon, bell peppers, onion, tomato, and cheese:

All in all, a very solid breakfast joint.  Nothing was spectacular, but everything was good.  Portion sizes were generous, prices were reasonable, and the service was both prompt and friendly.

The best part of the weekend, however, was when we stopped by Meet Fresh on the way home.  There was a wait, but as always, it was worth it.  SO WORTH IT.

I love Meet Fresh.

Pop's Restaurant
40278 Rd 425 A
Oakhurst, CA 93644    
(559) 692-7677 


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