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You can find bags of Joshua Tree Coffee’s beans in markets all over Southern California these days, but a visit to the original location for early morning caffeine is an essential JT experience. Not only is the locally roasted coffee excellent, but its slightly hidden location (down the alley in between two other businesses) is the perfect place to sit, relax, and shake off last night’s Pappy and Harriet’s hangover. Prepare for lines and don’t leave without a nitro cold brew.

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The Best Places To Eat & Drink In Joshua Tree

12 restaurants, bars, saloons, and wine shops in Joshua Tree.

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Pappy and Harriet’s

Pappy and Harriet’s was originally built as a movie set, but no trip to Joshua Tree is complete without a night at this restaurant/saloon/music venue.

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Natural Sisters

Natural Sisters is an order-at-the-counter cafe in Joshua Tree with fantastic, healthy food.

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La Copine

La Copine is a daytime cafe in Yucca Valley, and is worth the drive from Joshua Tree for a late lunch.