Charles Street Dinner House
For more than 30 years, Charles Street Dinner House has been serving up quality meals with exceptional service.
Whether you are celebrating a special moment, or are just looking for a delicious meal at the end of a long day, Charles Street will make your evening memorable.
Known for its hand-cut steak, slow-roasted baby back ribs and made-fresh pasta, the restaurant has become a beloved Mariposa institution. Its house-made appetizers and desserts also draw rave reviews, and the restaurant serves wine from Maripsoa wineries.
Charles Street Dinner House owners and staff take pride in treating their guests like family. Dinner service at the restaurant provides an elegant ambiance with multi-course entrées and generous portions, as well as lighter dishes for smaller appetites.
Lunch is served on weekdays in a more casual atmosphere, and the menu includes tempting sandwiches, salads and barbecue ribs.
Sunday brunch features classics such as Eggs Benedict, breakfast crepes and mimosas.
Chef Ed Uebner opened Charles Street Dinner House in the early 1980s after moving his family to Mariposa and purchasing The Wagon Wheel restaurant. Uebner and Charles Street Dinner House became Mariposa icons over the years and were beloved by many residents.
Following Uebner’s unexpected death in 2012, the Uebner family sold the restaurant to Chef Raymond Newman and his wife, Jennifer.
A Mariposa native, Chef Newman grew up with a passion for cooking that flourished when he worked at Charles Street Dinner House. He attended culinary school and worked with a number of chefs who helped him fine tune his culinary artistry.
Chef Newman is proud to continue the excellent traditions of Charles Street Dinner house in tribute to Uebner, his friend and mentor. For more information, visit www.charlesstreetdinnerhouse.net.