“Famed for being the setting of Mark Twain’s “Jumping Frog” story, Calaveras County is a beautiful mountainous region dotted with small gold-rush era towns and good food. Spread about the county, you’ll find lots of hearty American restaurants serving steakhouse, deli, and tavern food. The variety of ethnic cuisine tends to fall into the most popular categories — Mexican, Chinese, and Italian. Casual dining and fast.” – OpenTable.com
Quality dining in a historic location. The restaurant uses local farmers and everything is homemade.
“I’m not kidding. Chris, the chef, is a genius. Huge, delicious beef patty, cooked to perfection, piled high with thick-cut, home-smoked bacon (pork belly, really), melty cheese, three onion rings and BBQ sauce on a crunchy chibatta roll.” – Yelp review excerpt
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The Hotel Léger Restaurant & Saloon offers a relaxed dining experience within the rustic original stone walls of our over 130-year-old dining rooms or in our warm and comforting saloon. Our seasonal menus offer delectable house-made selections ranging from elegant dishes to comfort food, tastefully prepared by our talented Chef Louie.