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Natural Sisters

Every person who goes to Joshua Tree is there to hike, take shrooms, or do both at the same time. And that means pretty much everybody is looking for a good breakfast or lunch to put in their stomachs before hitting the trails/seeking enlightenment. There are a handful of spots right outside the entrance to the National Park catering exclusively to this crowd, but you should go straight to Natural Sisters. Lines get long on the weekends, but the order-at-the-counter cafe has fantastic vegetarian wraps, sandwiches, salads, and smoothies. There’s also a vegan carrot cake that will change you, but you might want to wait till after the hike to eat it. Or not.

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The Best Places To Eat & Drink In Joshua Tree

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