Cafe in Death Valley National Park

Café C’est Si Bon

Solar-powered internet café serving espresso, baked goods and fresh vegetarian fare.
Cafe in San Diego

Cafe 1134

This local classic is bright and airy with tall ceilings and stained-glass accents, serving scrambles, muffins and strong coffee at breakfast; at lunch and dinner there are soups, quiches and salads.
Cafe in San Diego

Kono’s Surf Club

This place makes four kinds of breakfast burritos that you eat out of a basket in view of Crystal Pier (patio seating available) alongside pancakes, eggs and Kono potatoes. It’s always crowded but well worth the wai…
Cafe in San Diego

Ortega’s Cocina

Tiny, family-run Ortega’s is so popular that people often queue for a spot at the counter (there are indoor and sidewalk tables too). Seafood, moles, tortas (sandwiches) and handmade tamales are the specialties, but…
Cafe in San Diego

Green Flash

A terrific casual, beach-view breakfast or lunch spot for eggs, meaty burgers, big salads and triple-decker clubs, the Flash also has weekday sunset special meals ($11; 4:30pm to 6pm Sunday to Thursday), with happy …
Cafe in San Diego


Hillcrest location, a dozen-plus flavors of famously decadent cupcakes ($3.50), wi-fi, a full bar and a front yard festooned with smiley faces. What more could you ask?
Cafe in Death Valley National Park

Amargosa Opera House Cafe

Cafe in Yosemite & the Sierra Nevada

Antoinette's Coffee & Goodies

Relaxing on the garden deck, sip coffee made from locally roasted beans, hot chai tea and fresh-squeezed juices, or bite into baked goods and bagel sandwiches.