Death Valley National Park restaurants

Top Choice International in Death Valley National Park

Inn Dining Room

This formal restaurant delivers continental cuisine with stellar views of the Panamint Mountains. For a more chilled ambience, enjoy breakfast, lunch or cocktails on the patio. Reservations are key for dinner when a…
Cafe in Death Valley National Park

Amargosa Opera House Cafe

This charmer in the middle of nowhere has a limited menu but enough yummy choices to get you ready for a day in Death Valley. The coffee is strong, the breakfast homemade and the pizza crispy. Most ingredients are g…
American in Death Valley National Park

Toll Road Restaurant

Above-par cowboy cooking happens at this ranch house, which gets Old West flair from a rustic fireplace and rickety wooden chairs and tables. Many of the mostly meaty mains are made with local ingredients, such as m…
American in Death Valley National Park

49er Cafe

This family-friendly stop serves giant omelets, eggs Benedict and pancakes for breakfast, plus fish and chips, sandwiches and burgers for lunch and dinner along with interesting cocktails such as the Prickly Pear Ma…
American in Death Valley National Park

Panamint Springs Resort

It may look funky but this outback cafe serves some of the best Angus burgers, crispy salads and pizza (in three sizes) in Death Valley. Toast the panoramic views from the front porch with one of its 150 bottled bee…
Barbecue in Tecopa

McNeal's BBQ

Stop by here for finger-lickin' brisket, pulled pork or ribs served with a side of toothsome coleslaw or a fresh summer salad. It's not always open, so call ahead or take your chances.
American in Death Valley National Park

Wrangler Buffet & Steakhouse

The main restaurant at the Ranch at Furnace Creek serves pretty standard all-you-can-eat buffets at breakfast and lunch (may be closed on slow days) before turning into a carnivore haven at night. Small plates to sh…
American in Shoshone

Crowbar Cafe & Saloon

Shoshone's only restaurant is a 1920 roadhouse next to the visitor center. Its main stocks in trade are burgers and sandwiches, but it also serves breakfast, Mexican dishes, steaks and something called 'rattlesnake'…
American in Death Valley National Park

Corkscrew Saloon

This gregarious joint has darts, draft beer and dynamite barbecue at dinner time, as well as pretty good, but pricey pizzas and pub grub such as onion rings and burgers. There's Badwater Ale on tap and a jukebox for…
American in Death Valley National Park

19th Hole

Overlooking the golf course and the Panamint Range, this laid-back place has table and counter seating and a short menu featuring dogs, burgers and salads served on paper plates with plastic cutlery.