"Take me out of this dull world. I want to dance upon the mountains."--William Butler Yeats
Our Chef and Staff
Brian Everitt, the head chef and kitchen manager of the Malt Shoppe, is a local mountain resident originally from Saint Petersburg, Florida, where he attended culinary school. Since moving to mountains, he has been a chef for Snow Valley Mountain Ski resort and the Lake Arrowhead Yacht Club. Brian also has a food blog with recipes, instructional videos and great cooking advice. Click to check out Brian's blog
Krystle Dyke is a Green Valley Lake resident. She is front of house manager and server extraordinaire with a bubbly personality that welcomes diners to the Malt Shoppe. She has extensive knowledge of local history and things to do in and around Green Valley Lake. She also bakes an apple pie in the wink of a cat's eye.
The Malt Shoppe restaurant, located in the beautiful and historic San Bernardino mountain community of Green Valley Lake, is the perfect place to getaway from the dull hustle and bustle of city traffic and noise.
Green Valley Lake was recently ranked number four on a list of the ten most charming small towns in Southern California.
Our picturesque lakeside town is populated with artists, nature enthusiasts and people who love to fish. The town features an eighty-five year old general store, a museum and a Lakeside Park with jungle gym, slides, swings and outdoor barbeque.
The Malt Shoppe is the perfect place to feed your hungry family after spending the day at Green Valley Lake or visiting the campground. The campground is open year round for hiking and simply enjoying the great outdoors.
During the wintertime, the campground becomes the best place for sledding on the mountain.
Stop by the Malt Shoppe after a day of snow play for some hot chocolate.
The San Bernardino mountains unlike the flatland of Southern California offers four seasons. You don't have to visit the East coast to see fall color or go to Colorado for snow. The mountains have it all.
The seasons of Green Valley Lake