C & S is a classic old-school coffee shop- an unassuming little restaurant right off the 62 that you could easily blow by without noticing it’s there- but so worth stopping at!
Comfortable and cozy with delicious food! Good vibes and friendly service- and like many places here in the hi-desert, don’t be in a rush. [read more]
Even people who have lived in the hi-desert for years haven’t been here. It’s probably because it’s… slightly eerie for some reason. When the late afternoon light hit it improved the atmosphere some- made us want to take photos and jump off the sculptures… [read more]
Instead of stopping at Carl’s or Del Taco or McDonald’s- stop at John’s Place. Not a drive-thru- so take a moment and go inside.
Way yummier and family owned… [read more]
A Middle Eastern gem of a restaurant in the hi-desert!
The food is made by a sweet-spirited family from Jordan who have created a peaceful comfortable space to enjoy your eating experience… [read more]
Hidden within this market is an AMAZING taqueria stand- tucked in the back- with the most delicious carne asada we’ve come across. The chili relleno burritos rock my world. I get one at LEAST once a week…. [read more]
THE place for $3.50 happy hour margarita’s! (Monday- Thursday 4pm-6pm). Not to mention a great place to mellow down- enjoy the ambiance and the salsa and chips… [read more]
This is the epitome of hi-desert wonderment. It’s a world unto itself. Wandering and finding unexpected treasures- eating breakfast at the little restaurant and gazing into the owner and creator of the swap meet (Bob Carr’s) crystal cave… [read more]