From a historic building moved from Bodie, a new restaurant has emerged on the shores of Mono Lake. The original restaurant at the lodge opened in 1918. It was known then as a "very exclusive" place to eat, where the waiters wore tuxedos and the diners dressed formally. The tables were decorated with silver candelabras and lace linens.
Outdoor dining is a feature of the Hammond Station Restaurant at the Tioga Lodge, with seating available on the Patio and in the garden overlooking Mono Lake with the volcanic islands, Negit and Paoha.