Experience the charm of fine dining in one of world’s most remote setting at the Inn or savor a hearty meal in a casual atmosphere at the Ranch. Satisfy your appetite in the elegant Inn Dining Room or the more family-friendly Forty-Niner Cafe, Corkscrew Saloon and The Wrangler. From mid-October to mid-May, golfers also have the option of dining at the 19th Hole, a unique, veranda-style bar and grill adjacent to the Golf Pro Shop.
Please contact the property at (760) 786-2345 for seasonal hours of operation in all restaurants.
The Inn Dining Room offers fine dining at breakfast, lunch, and dinner with stunning views of the desert salt pans and the majestic Panamint Mountains. The Dining Room proudly serves an eclectic menu incorporating classical, continental, southwestern and pacific-rim influences. Guests are also invited to enjoy an Afternoon Tea or Sunday Brunch featuring everything from the finest smoked salmon to a delectable selection of pastries.
Please note that the dress code for dinner is “resort attire.” T-shirts or tank tops are not appropriate.
Breakfast, lunch, or dinner can be served in the comfort of your guestroom.
Contact The Inn at Furnace Creek Dining Room
To contact The Inn Dining Room, you can call us directly at (760) 786-3385.
The Ranch at Furnace Creek Dining
The Ranch at Furnace Creek offers a delightful variety of dining options. Take the family to The Wrangler or head over to the Forty-Niner Cafe for a great selection of tasty sandwiches, salads, and more. After you’ve played a round or two on the lowest golf course in the world, have a seat at the 19th Hole for a sizzling burger and a refreshing drink.
Conveniently located in the heart of Furnace Creek adjacent to the General Store, The Wrangler offers a variety of delicious meals. The Wrangler’s full-service dinner offerings include specialties from the broiler and all entrées include tasty options from the soup and salad bar. Dining attire is casual and reservations are not taken.
Offering family dining for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Featuring a western Americana menu that includes: omelets, biscuits & gravy, pancakes, hot & cold sandwiches, soup, salads, burgers, fried chicken, vegetarian dishes, date shakes and a selection of fine desserts and beverages. Full cocktail service, including varietal wines is available for lunch and dinner. Dining attire is casual and reservations are not taken.
Drop by for lunch or spend an evening enjoying a full bar of premium and “top shelf” liquors, domestic and imported draft and bottled beers and Varietal wines by-the glass. Entertainment includes a juke box and televised sporting events. The Corkscrew also offers local Badwater Ale (quite good despite its name), snacks, such as pizza, hot dogs and buffalo wings. Dining attire is casual and reservations are not taken.
Available March 6 – April 26. 5-9 p.m. Head out to the Borax Museum Deck for some cowboy grub and tall tales! Feast on smoked chicken, Furnace Creek-Style baked beans, corn on the cob, potato salad, country corn bread and warm apple cobbler. It’s all served up with music and storytelling!
The 19th Hole
Located adjacent to the Golf Pro Shop, the 19th Hole is a veranda-style bar and grill with stunning views of the Panamint Mountains and golf course. The menu features old time burgers, hot dogs and salad. The full service bar has a unique golf cart drive-up service ramp. Dining attire is casual and the 19th Hole is open seasonally.
Contact The Ranch at Furnace Creek Dining Room
Groups of 10 or more, please contact our group sales department at (760)786-3354 for dining reservations.