San Andreas is an unincorporated census-designated place and the county seat of Calaveras County, California. The population was 2,783 at the 2010 census, up from 2,615 at the 2000 census. Like most towns in the region, it was founded during the California Gold Rush. The town is located on State Route 49 and is registered as California Historical Landmark #252.
Things to do in San Andreas
4.5 based on 45 reviews
A place you will not find easily on the scenic road from oakhurst to south lake Tahoe. A perfect place to relax in the garden and enjoy fresh, homemade food of good quality. Sandwiches, burgers, wraps, soups and salads. Sit indoors or in the nice garden just off the road.
4.5 based on 50 reviews
Housed in a California state registered historic landmark (Calaveras County Courthouse and Leger Hotel), The Hotel Leger Restaurant & Saloon conveys the spirit of the Gold Rush days. Fine and casual dining available 6 days a week in our rustic stone-walled dining rooms dating back to the late 1800s. Choose from a variety of unique and delicious dishes artfully prepared by our talented kitchen staff. Breakfast Friday-Sunday from 8am-Noon, and Lunch Thursdays-Sundays Noon to 5pm. Dinner served from 5pm nightly except Tuesdays - Saloon is open til 10:30pm Sun, Mon, Wed & Thu, 12:30am on Fri & Sat. Choose from a classic dish or comfort food, or one of our Chef's creative Daily Specials. A limited late night small bites menu is available Fridays and Saturdays until 10:30pm. Our full service Saloon offers all of your favorite classic cocktails as well as a variety of house specialties along with an extensive selection of beers on tap and in bottles, and a great sampling of wines from our local and regional wineries.Enjoy dining with your well-behaved pet in our Saloon.
We went into the restaurant on a Sunday night out of default. At 6:30PM just about everything else in town was closed. My wife ordered a Mushroom-Swiss burger. I was looking for something a little lighter so I settled on the ratatouille. Her burger was thick, juicy and perfectly done. My ratatouille was unlike any I had seen: instead of chopped or cut up vegetables essentially stewed together, the vegetables were sliced, individually grilled and combined afterwards with grilled, chopped tomatoes. The dish was then topped with some grated cheese. Delicious!
I strongly recommend you try this unique dish.
4.5 based on 18 reviews
Crazy Eddie's is a mom and pop restaurant located in San Andreas, CA. Serving Barbecued and smoked foods, burgers, hot dogs, panini's and much more. Home made sauces and mustard are made in house and the the home made fudge is legendary in these parts. Please give us a try.
We were traveling from Yosemite and stopped at San Andreas where we saw Crazy Eddie Panini restaurant. I had an incredibly delicious Turkey on ciabatta with provolone- the Turkey was smokey,fresh,and the ciabatta was delicious and chewey, in other words sandwich heaven! My husband had an Italian grinder which he said was the best he had in a very long time. Eddie and his wife are foodies-he said he graduated from a culinary school in LA, and then followed in his family tradition, becoming a vintner, then opening this fabulous Panini sandwich stop. We also bought his hot sauce. Take the road less traveled and stop by this incredible restaurant.
4.5 based on 24 reviews
Came here for lunch one day with friends and saw someone at a nearby table having this really big hamburger sandwich and knew right away I had to have one. It was at least a half pound burger on a split French roll topped with two slices of bacon, sliced tomato and avocado, lettuce, and onion accompanied by a large mound of crispy French fries. Needless to say it was a delicious and filling burger. YUM!
4 based on 21 reviews
We stopped here for lunch because it's halfway between where we live in Sacramento
I ordered the carnitas tacos and they were amazing . Everybody else ordered something different and it was very very good. My son ordered the horchata and I was refreshingly fresh. The ladies who served us were very friendly and super nice. We will make this our lunch stop going forward.
4 based on 11 reviews
Stopped in for breakfast this morning getting ready for a day of dirt bike riding. The place is really comfortable and the owner and server made me feel right at home. They are very friendily sharing information about the local sights and lore. The food was ample and I could not finish the 2 eggs, bacon, hashbrown and wheat toast meal. Your coffee is always warmed up before empty. Oh, and the price is great too. My kind of place just wish they were closer to home.
4.5 based on 5 reviews
I've eaten in the restaurant, picked up take and bake, and picked up cooked. Every time has been a great experience. Enjoy a beer with your pizza? They have a great selection with bar. Clean facility. Friendly.
I can highly recommend their pizza. I can highly recommend my favorite, the Luau!
Looking for a local, yummy, consistent pizza parlor? Try it!
4 based on 8 reviews
Same-oh, same-oh, bland with a tendency towards Cantonese. Food, décor, atmosphere all rather blasé. O.K. in a pinch..
4 based on 4 reviews
Having worked in New York City, it's difficult to give a good rating for pizza elsewhere, especially in California, where creativity tends to overshadow tradition. The quality of their pies is in direct relationship to who's on staff. Great pies about 25% of the time, Poor 25% and Good 50%.
4.5 based on 2 reviews
My classic car club buddies and I rolled into The Patio Drive-in for brunch with our families and filled every parking spot. We entered the dining area and immediately filled up half the resturant. At first I think we overwhelmed the couple who runs the place, but they
quickly went into high gear and began cooking up a storm. We all enjoyed our food. It was fresh, hot and cooked to order. We
socialized and drank a lot of coffee and were probably rather noisy. The dining room wasn't really suited for a party of our size, so, we filled several tables talking back and forth and keeping our server quite busy. We'll be back and we appreciated the old fashioned hospitality.
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