We have been planning to eat dinner at the Grovel and Hotel on the way to Yosemite for almost one year. October 31, Halloween night we showed up for our reservation. They had a big black kettle in the middle of the dining room for the endless parade of trick-or-treaters and it was entertaining, BUT...they did not have in stock the first three wines I choose from the wine list. Same experience for the couple at the table behind us. I ordered linguini carbonara and it was a goopy, sticky, glob of salt and flour. The salad was grossly over dressed. My wife's hamburger was tough. I know the fires and park closure were tough, not this is a destination place to eat.
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