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Tejon Pass Restaurants

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  • Mexican
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  • American
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  • American
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  • Contemporary American
  • Tejon Pass

Big John�s Mountain Grill in Frazier Park, California is a family owned and operated restaurant that features an extensive breakfast and lunch menu. Nestled into picturesque surroundings with plenty of mountains in view (hence the name), you�ll have the perfect backdrop for one of the three-egg...

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  • Italian
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Discover Tejon Pass

While the Tejon Pass may be best known for its driving rather than its eating, there are a number of dining options for you to enjoy. A mountain pass road that links Southern California to the Central Valley, Tejon Pass may not feature fine dining, but there are several casual choices for a great meal. Besides chain restaurants, you can find family-run restaurants that feature cuisine like baby back ribs and chicken fried steak as well as hearty soups prepared and cooked on the premises. Mexican fare is also present with menu items including sizzling steak or chicken fajitas with freshly-baked tortillas, chilaquiles en chile verde and even roasted jalapeno peppers with lime.

While the Tejon Pass may be best known for its driving rather than its eating, there are a number of dining options for you to enjoy. A mountain pass road that links Southern California to the Central Valley, Tejon Pass may not feature fine dining, but there are several casual choices for a great meal. Besides chain restaurants, you can find family-run restaurants that feature cuisine like baby back ribs and chicken fried steak as well as hearty soups prepared and cooked on the premises. Mexican fare is also present with menu items including sizzling steak or chicken fajitas with freshly-baked tortillas, chilaquiles en chile verde and even roasted jalapeno peppers with lime.

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