For dozens of years many have recognized Yosemite National Park for its majestic natural beauty, but over time it also has garnered a reputation for fine food, mainly because of the high-caliber cuisine served in the dining room of the national treasure’s luxurious, 99-room Ahwahnee Hotel. Once the subject of Ansel Adams’ famous black-and-white photograph, “Moon and Half Dome,” the location today is not just a feast for the eyes, but also the palate.From the west alcove windows of the ...

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