If your passing by make sure to stop!! This place is great. Service was top notch! Don't be afraid to pull into this little town.!
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A late departure from Los Angeles to Mammoth Lakes had us searching for a place to eat in the middle of the Mojave Desert, as we were still quite some ways to the "usual" stops along US 395. ( which are in Olancha, Lone Pine,...More
After spending the night near Death Valley, we went here for breakfast, as it seemed to be the only decent option for miles around in this beautiful yet isolated part of Southern California. My timid teenager had plain old bacon and eggs from the "American"...More
Was reading the Swap Sheet, a rarity for me, and saw the ad for the Friday Night Prime Rib Buffet. Since I'm married to the meat and potatoes queen of north-central Montana, I knew this would get me some brownie points, so we headed there....More
I ordered the "American" breakfast and it tasted of Mexican spices/corn meal. The Mexican breakfast, on the other hand, was authentic and delicious and made from scratch.
Had the breakfast buffet. Tasted great, with lots of choice of foods to eat! Perfect spot to go after being in the backcountry for two weeks!
This restaurant is in an older building in Inyokern CA. The food is very good-with great portions. The service is very good. They are always friendly.
This was a great stop. We were on our way to Death Valley that day. This is a small town and so you will not fit in, but we still felt welcome eating here.
We had been driving for some time without seeing any likely possible eating stops, when we saw this place in the unlikely town of Inyokern. We stopped with no great expectations except to have coffee and use the rest rooms. But what a surprise a...More
We were hungry (9AM), nearly lost (had very little idea where Inyokern was), and ready to reconnoiter. Then here was Bernardino's, which we gather is a local favorite, but then the options are limited. Most of the day, this is a Mexican food/buffet style restaurant,...More