Another nice little convenience store located on the Silver Lake Harbor. Not as much selection as the Variety Store but it's convenient to "downtown". Staff is very friendly.
This store is off the beaten path. A nice quiet location to walk to for your morning coffee or juice and bagel or muffin. Sit outside and soak up the glorious atmosphere.
This store is just that - variety. Everything you forgot when you packed for vacation can be found here and more. There is also a small selection of produce and meat if you want to cook at "home."
This is a great restaurant. The best place to eat is on the large screened in porch. The food is really good and the service is great. Nice romantic dinner while you're on vacation.
Not only is their breakfast great, the omelets are huge, but their other items are just as good. Lunch sandwiches are generous proportion. It's a busy place and sometimes hard to get in.
Scott's barbeque sauce is absolutely The best! It is a vinegar-based sauce, not the sticky sweet stuff in the grocery stores. It's a wonderful baste on ribs and chicken.
To a very good golf course. We had occasion to eat at the Twin Silos Cafe after a round at Geneva Farms. The food was great and the beer was cold. The view over the course is great. The prices are very reasonable.
The driving range at Pineridge is a very nice range. There are about two dozen tee boxes. It can get crowded at times because it's about the only range in the area. Private or group lessons are available.
Pleasant Valley is a tricky course. It's pretty much a mountain type course. The holes aren't particularly long, but they do play long. It's a lot of fun for not a lot of money. There is a snack bar which serves decent food and a fully equipped pro shop.
We stopped at the Parkside after spending a morning in the Muir Woods. We had worked up quite the appetites walking through the redwoods and the good folks at the Parkside saw to it that we left satisfied. The lunch was delicious and the price was reasonable.