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Bravo Farms, Traver

(3.9/5 based on 120+ reviews on the web)
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TripAdvisor
  • I was driving home for Los Angeles on Highway 99 and hungry for dinner. I didn't want fast food so I decided to check out Bravo Farms. It is a Cracker Barrel gift shop with a BBQ/Mexicali cafe and an ...  more »
  • Bad version of a Cracker Barrel store. Decided to stop here on my way back to my hotel from a business meeting as it advertised wine and cheese tasting. There was neither and no employee in site. When...  more »
  • On our way to Lake Tahoe this is a family tradition that stopping at Bravo Farms. Bravo Farms never disappoint where there's breakfast lunch or dinner everything is fantastic good stop after driving c...  more »
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  • This place is amazing and beautiful. They make their own dairy products (cheese, ice cream). The food is delicious. Everyone is nice. There's goats and wine tasting and a wonderful little shop. Also, there's plenty of seating. When you arrive, it looks like there's only a few tables, but there is a lot of seating throughout the location. They also have indoor seating. It's worth the short drive down the 99.
  • Didn't like the food. The Classic burger is supposedly a popular item so I ordered it but it tasted exactly like a burger from elementary school. The tri-tip sandwich was dry. Cool place to visit and look around, or to go in the little shop and get cheese or snacks, but I won't come back and get lunch.
  • I have to say, I stopped here once on a whim, and knew I had to come back again when I had a kid because this place blew my mind. So much to explore and see. I'm a fully grow adult and I freaked out when I saw the tree house and climbed all the way to the top. I swear it goes up FOR EVER! So cool! And apparently there's a donkey? And some parrots, and a bunch of chickens and cheeky signs everywhere and a shooting gallery and arcade and giant gift shop all in the ass-middle-of-nowhere 180 miles from LA. Apparently the food is good, but I've only had the ice cream, which I will confirm to be good, and I'm an ice cream snob. So, of course, on our way back down from Sequoia way, I INSISTED we stop with our toddler, who became unglued with excitement, especially after so many hours in the car. I firmly believe that had we not spent the 40 minutes there eating ice cream and exploring, all of us would have had a melt down before we got home. My only complaint is that it's too far from LA, otherwise we'd be having like every single birthday there for the kids. Awesome and very well designed. Somebody had a great vision for this place, and they made it a reality. Two big thumbs up, and not to be missed.
  • Tree house is pretty amazing! There was a donkey and one little sad pony. Cheese selection is excellent. Well worth the stop on your way to stretch and spend half an hour browsing around.
  • A lot of cool stuff to look through and if you like toy planes, then a spot for that!!