Alice’s is a little slice of bliss among the redwoods. It’s a place where families, motorcyclists, hikers, equestrians, Silicon Valley entrepreneurs, writers, musicians, locals, and visitors can all come together to enjoy a great meal. Whether you want gourmet burgers and sweet potato fries, one of our scrumptious scrambles, or homemade pie, you can find it here.

We use the finest locally-sourced ingredients, serving up mouthwatering food in a casual atmosphere. We’ve got several local microbrews on tap, as well as local wines.

The building was originally constructed in the early 1900’s as a general store to support the logging industry. A hub of local history, it served the area (then called “Four Corners”) until the 1950’s when it was turned into a restaurant.

Sometime during the 1960’s the restaurant was bought by Alice Taylor who renamed the restaurant after herself and the now famous Arlo Guthrie song of the same name. Already, a world famous stop for motorcyclist, hikers and tourists, Alice’s Restaurant (and the adjacent buildings) was bought in the 1970’s and has been family owned & operated ever since.

Check out a history of the restaurant and the surrounding area here: Mobile Ranger’s Skylonda History

Our Principles:

We continually strive in bringing sustainable options into our everyday practices.
We support local businesses. From our fresh baked bread, and  locally sourced produce, to locally hand-crafted beer and wine.
We use environmentally friendly cleaning supplies as well as water efficient low-flow toilets and dishwashers.
Our takeout packaging, straws, beverage cups and plates are biodegradable and made from compostable materials.
We consistently strive to serve the best. From our  fountain sodas sweetened with organic sugars and CA honey, to our free range, grass fed 100% beef hot dogs.

Family Owned and Operated