Restaurants in Death Valley
Hit this sophisticated spot for roasted duck with a habanero-mandarin glaze, or seared wild Alaskan salmon with an edible-flower crust.
Watch for the exuberantly tacky billboards for the Mad Greek. The silly Greek restaurant is surrounded by plaster statues, but the draws are its delicious lamb dishes and fresh strawberry shakes.
The restaurant is a slice of Americana, serving biscuits and gravy, date shakes, and burgers.