But, to be fair, it' s one of the few restaurants in Joshua Tree. Located conveniently near the front of the park entrance, Crossroads Cafe attracts tourists, rock-climbers and artists to its pleasantly bohemian domain. Great breakfast food, including a fair array of choices for meat-eaters and vegetarians alike. No fried food (I don't think they have a deep fryer) so you won't get fries with that veggie burger -- but the omelettes are good, and the sandwiches are always hearty and tasty. Friendly service, with microbrews on tap and a full array of espresso drinks available too.
Pros: Good food 'n drinks with a bohemian twist
Cons: No fries, chai tea is a little watery