Located on the corner of Highway 168 and Dorabella Road, Shaver Lake Pizza offers freshly made-to-order pizza topped with your favorite toppings. They are a local favorite, offering carry-out and eat-in options. They also offer calzones and sandwiches on the menu along with import and domestic beers plus wine. Be sure to try the Cookie Sundae, a deep-dish cookie topped with a scoop of vanilla ice cream, drizzled chocolate, nuts and a cherry.
The Trading Post Dinner House is a popular stop for visitors and locals alike, offering dinner each day as well as lunch on Saturday and Sunday. Start your meal with a delicious drink, beer, or glass of wine from the bar. The bar features wines from Still Waters Vineyards, Tobin James and Windward in Paso Robles. All meals are prepared with the finest meats and vegetables, served with soup, salad, vegetable and hot fresh baked rolls. Choose between rice pilaf or baked potato. Entrees include barbecue ribs, steak, halibut, filet of sole, chicken and Italian options. The Trading Post was established by John and Velma Harshman in 1927 as the first business in Shaver Village. The building has housed a real estate office, post office, store and diner. Today, the rustic interior and quartz fireplace provides a stunning location for a meal. There is also a relaxing garden with a waterfall. The restaurant is located at 41782 Dorabella Road.
Blue Sky Café, located at 41781 Tollhouse Road, is a fun little café in the mountains. The café is slightly hidden behind Bob’s Market but offers a cute patio, beautiful scenery, and great food. They offer breakfast and lunch items, including waffles, crepes, and sandwiches. The baristas are specialists in their craft, providing service with a smile. Enjoy a specialty coffee, latte, or smoothie with a Nutella banana crepe or turkey Havarti sandwich.