This culinary treasure of New American Cuisine at Tecopa Hot Springs Resort just steps from from our acquired, remodeled, and upgraded by Ryan Thomas and Paul Barnes in September 2015. Nourishing food for body and soul with live music Friday and Saturday nights 7:00pm – 9:00pm. Chefs Ryan Thomas, Ed Thomas, and guest chefs’ culinary delights are brought to fruition for their customers approval. If you’re hungry for a finely-crafted meal or a burger and fries it’s worth the trip to Tecopa for this culinary art experience alone.
MCSKY and The Tecopians all in one night. This is too good to be true…and yet HERE THEY ARE! MCSKY will take the stage performing Playing a variety of...
Absolutely delicious! A true desert gem and the new owners are just a delight to chat with. My husband and I ate dinner and breakfast during our one night stay at the hot springs motel/resort. I had the mediterranean plate which was perfect since I was craving fresh veggies/flavors after several days of greasy dinners. My husband got the chicken and I couldn't get enough sample bites. The breakfast was solid with their omelette choices and the French toast was super decadent. We will definitely be back!
So me and my best friend went on a mini road trip and decided to take a detour outside of Death Valley national park after a three hour drive back home. We pulled up to this town (off grid) after the sun had set. I was looking for the natural hot springs out there and I sort of got lost, since we just randomly pulled off and didn't have cell service. Well, the first lit up place we come across was this little restaurant and I have to say I was a little reluctant to get out of my car. I mean we had no idea what the town looked like because there was absolutely no moonlight either. Well am I happy I did! Firstly, their food quality is definitely on point, especially given the area that we were in. We ordered and artichoke pesto pizza it was so delicious. Second- GELATO after a day in the desert, of course, I couldn't resist. Third- It's family owned and operated (most of the town is). My little "waiter" was a young blue eyed boy with the most impressive manors I've seen in a young man in a long time. The boys Grandma was really my waitress and she was the definition of great customer service. Fourth- I ATE A SCORPION-per my waitresses and it actually wasn't bad at all. Five out of five stars for this cute little off-guide-treasure