February 27, 2024

Joshua Tree Restaurants

joshua tree restaurants Joshua Tree may not be known for its chain restaurants, but there are still surprisingly excellent dining options here. From roadside diner classics like biscuits and gravy to queer bar hotspots - Joshua Tree truly offers it all.

Kitchen In The Desert is a favorite among hikers and climbers due to their nutritious menu of wraps, salads, bowls, smoothies, juices and snacks - not forgetting their extensive selection of beer and wine!

Tiny Pony Tavern

Joshua Tree, Yucca Valley and 29 Palms offer an abundance of delicious food and beverages to enjoy, ranging from tasty burgers and sandwiches to craft beers and cocktails - there's sure to be something perfect for every palate! Pappy & Harriet's Pioneertown Palace should also be on your itinerary; offering up delicious BBQ dishes alongside classic sides!

Tiny Pony Tavern doesn't advertise itself as a gay bar, yet this roadside tavern in Yucca Valley has quickly become the center of Yucca Valley's LGBTQ community. Open late (a rarity here!), this grungy strip mall spot serves up tasty burgers, loaded yucca fries and one of the area's signature drinks: Pickletinis!

Retro decor including a pool table and eclectic art makes this restaurant the ideal meeting spot for both locals and travelers. A delicious pizza selection rounds out their offerings!

The Copper Room

The Copper Room is an ultra-luxury event venue created to offer guests a premium venue to host events of their choosing. Boasting gold columns with eye-catching reclaimed design elements, as well as contemporary spiked chandeliers for added glamor, this premium event space provides guests with everything they need for hosting memorable celebrations and occasions.

Kitchen is designed for any chef's dreams with custom island and Statuary marble backsplash, Miele appliances and speed oven making cooking simpler than ever. Each two-bedroom unit features warm European oak flooring, custom lighting and Nest temperature controls ensuring comfort during their stay.

This July, The Copper Room hosted a Designer Meet & Shop event to feature Bikini Beach's latest swim collection following Miami Swim Week. Media, buyers and influencers attended in order to experience these garments first-hand and learn more about Flying Solo as they use this showroom location as a private venue for press appointments, VIP appointments and stylist pulls in addition to retail store activities.

Kitchen In The Desert

Joshua Tree draws rock climbers and hikers alike, but it also boasts culinary gems that belie the town's harsh terrain. From Caribbean and New American restaurants to saloons that serve cocktails in Mason jars - Joshua Tree eateries are worth making the trip for.

Kitchen In The Desert in Twentynine Palms offers an expansive outdoor patio complete with bar and stage for live entertainment, serving New American and Caribbean dishes in an opulent desert chic setting.

Kitchen in the Desert provides delicious breakfast, lunch and dinner meals in an inviting environment. Their menu boasts comforting items such as biscuits and gravy and country fried steak as well as more health-focused items like chicken tikka masala and quinoa burgers - you can even order take-out! Additionally, Kitchen in the Desert also provides full catering services for film shoots and private parties; their chef can tailor a menu specifically tailored to any dietary restrictions or restrictions that might exist in their clientele.

Pappy & Harriet’s Pioneertown Palace

In 1946, Hollywood investors established Pioneertown - an 1870s western town-style movie set situated 30 miles north of Palm Springs near Joshua Tree National Park - as a living cowboy film set where members of the public could visit and dine. Camera-ready facades such as saloons, jails and stables made this an accessible movie set where filming could continue during real time.

Once Western movies faded from prominence, the site quickly degenerated into a haven for outlaw biker gangs until Harriet Allen and her husband, Claude "Pappy" Allen opened Pappy + Harriet's Pioneertown Palace in 1982 to create more of a family atmosphere through family style Santa Maria barbeque, hearty comfort food offerings and live musical performances by Pappy, Harriet, Kristina Allen as well as live music from Kristina Allen (their granddaughter).

Today Pappy & Harriet's is beloved by music fans and musicians worldwide, making it an essential destination in the high desert. Over its history it has hosted such world-renowned acts as Wanda Jackson, Rufus Wainwright, Robert Plant, Leon Russell and Vampire Weekend to name just a few. Additionally it was highlighted in SXSW documentary Nowhere Now as well as Anthony Bourdain's show US Desert.

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