Restaurants in Cathedral City, CA

Southeast down the road from Palm Springs, Cathedral City (aka Cat City) is home not only to the largest legal marijuana-growing greenhouse in the U.S., but to Tony’s Burgers, which offers a selection of hamburgers guaranteed to sate the most demanding munchies. Mile-high and dressed to the nines, featured items are The Hulk (18 ounces of beef), a Cathedral City Burger that includes grilled pineapple slices and chorizo sausage, and a Cross-Fit that is beef, bacon, an egg, avocado, and grilled onions piled between leaves of lettuce instead of a bun. Good Mexican food abounds in this area; in Cathedral City the place to go is Salsas, a modest storefront that features wonderful grilled shrimp with chipotle sauce.

Cathedral City’s Most Famous Dishes

Burger on a tender bun with lettuce, tomato, onion, and mayo ... car hop service

Grilled Hamburger

Four cups of salsa, ready to apply to a meal

Salsa

Chunky guacamole includes bits of tomato

Guacamole

Sizzling fajita platter includes beef, chicken, and shrimp, plus vegetables.

Fajitas

Cathedral City’s Best Restaurants

El Gallito

CATHEDRAL CITY, CA

Tony’s Burgers | Best Mile High Hamburgers in California

CATHEDRAL CITY, CA

Salsas

CATHEDRAL CITY, CA

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