Exploring The Village at Mammoth
Mammoth Lakes offers more than just the great outdoors. There is shopping, dinning and entertainment around almost every street corner. Located between Minaret Road and Canyon Boulevard, The Village at Mammoth is where most of the action is happening, including fun events year-round. Here is a guide to some of our favorite places to shop, eat and drink at The Village.
Where to Shop at The Village
The Village’s only technical mountain apparel store, Alpine Approach features brands like Patagonia, Arcteryx, The North Face and Icebreaker.
This men's and women’s contemporary clothing boutique carries designer apparel and accessories.
Here you'll find upscale leather garments and accessories including belts, boots and wallets.
At this Village shop you can rent ski and snowboard gear and buy just about everything you need (or forgot) for a day on the slopes.
Shirt Off My Back
This small shop sells the best selection of resort specific apparel including official Mammoth T-shirts and sweatshirts.
You're sure to get the right fit on ski boots here. This shop is dedicated to fit and performance.
A children’s boutique with fun gift items including luxury children’s clothing, stuffed animals and games.
A quick escape from the pace of life, at Simply Massage you’ll find full-service spa treatments including massage, facials and energy work.
Happy Hour Specials
The chophouse has arguably the best happy hour specials served in the bar. From 4 to 6 p.m. daily specials include: $3 beer, $4 glass of wine and well cocktails with discounted snacks and appetizers.
The Village’s favorite Mexican restaurant offers $6.95 margaritas, beer starting at $2.25 and half-priced tacos. The happier hours are from 2 to 5 p.m. daily.
For a taste of rustic Italian cuisine and wine, head to Campo Mammoth’s happy hour. From 2 to 5 p.m. daily order $5 well cocktails, draft beers and house wine with 3-for-$20 chef’s choice appetizers.
Where to Eat in the Village at Mammoth
Bear Creek Pizza
Grab a quick slice of pizza or order an entire pie to go at this casual walk-in-and-order-at-the-counter pizzeria.
A rustic Italian restaurant that has an eclectic menu highlighting share plates, salads, wood fired pizzas and pastas.
Gomez's offers classic Mexican American cuisine including tacos, burritos, fajitas and enchiladas.
The restaurant at Kitchen 53 serves food for the entire family including burgers, sandwiches and nightly fish specials.
Before it turns into Mammoth’s favorite hot spot, Lakanuki serves fresh organic cuisine in a casual island bar setting.
With a large selection of wines served by the glass from the cruvinet and a contemporary California menu, Petra’s is a hot spot for dinning, just across the street from The Village on Minaret Road. Reservations recommended.
Located behind The Village Parking lot in the Berner Street Industrial Complex, Skadi serves fine California cuisine with Norwegian and Alpine influence. Reservations required.
Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner, try the savory crepes and paninis, or grab a quick muffin and coffee to go.
Smokeyard is an upscale yet casual chophouse serving the best ribs and steaks in The Village.
The Village’s only sushi bar. Enjoy a ski and snowboard movie while ordering house specialty roles and sake.
Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner, Toomey’s offers house favorites like coconut mascarpone pancakes, fish tacos, seafood jambalaya and wild buffalo meatloaf.
Grab a quick bagel sandwich to eat before a day outdoors and take a deli sandwich with you to go.
Coffee, Wine and Sweet Treats
The small café offers coffee and espresso, an extensive selection of wines by the glass and a delicious menu of paninis and crepes. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
No matter the season, it’s always a good time for a scoop of delicious ice cream. Choose from Ben and Jerry’s classic flavors or try something new only available in a scoop shop.
Apples dipped in caramel or chocolate and then smothered in candy are a specialty at the Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory. Or, treat yourself to chocolate truffles and other sweet treats.
Nightlife in The Village
Mammoth’s most popular hot spot for nightlife is the Lakanuki. From après ski until closing time, the tiki bar has a kick back island vibe at 8,000 feet in the mountains. Local DJs spin music on the weekends and bands play on the stage for special events.
An upscale location for late night drinks and conversation, Kitchen 53 is a contemporary setting that serves premium drink menu with weekend entertainment.
Seasonal Events in The Village
Every Saturday from mid-December to mid-April, join Woolly and friends from Mammoth Ski and Snowboard School for a parade through The Village. From 3:30 to 4:30, there is music, dancing, hot chocolate and festivities for kids of all ages.
Watch classic movies on the outdoor screen in The Village every Thursday and Saturday from mid-June to early-September in the Village. Check the website for screenings.
This annual festival that celebrates Latin America’s most famous spirits takes place each year in the second week of August. The event features margarita alley and a tasting of more than 20 premium tequila distilleries, as well as free live music.
The best tribute bands in the country come to Mammoth for a weekend of free live music at the end of August each year. Combined with a tasting of local restaurants, the festival is one of the most popular Village events.
This annual Labor Day Weekend festival celebrates bourbon and whiskey. More than thirty distilleries as well as craft breweries converge on The Village at Mammoth along with three days of live music.