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Salvation Mountain
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Beal Rd Niland, CA 92257
Beal RoadUSCANiland92257
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"I was fortunate enough to meet Leonard knight many times."
"Please bring a can of any color paint for Mr. Knight, he appreciates it."
"He was the kindest and most gentle man I have ever met."
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stephanie papp
6 months ago
After a day of adventuring around the Indio area, BroTha, SisTa, and I were a bit famished and rated pretty highly by Yelpers, we decided to come here for some grub. With the sun asleep and limited city lights, compared to LA, it was a little difficult to find this little dated eatery. Once we found it, parking was plentiful, and when we walked in, we were not surprised that the interior was dated as well. with a few tables framed by booths.. The menu is on a double-sided laminated 11 x 17 parchment paper. They offer Appetizers, Mariscos, Combos La Tarasca, Soup & Salads, burritos, Enchilada, and Tacos, as well as A la carte selection. They even have kid's meals, beverages, and Aguas Frescas, not to mention, homemade tortillas. Sister and I both ordered the same A La Carte meal, two carnitas tacos that came with onions, cilantro, and chopped tomato. BroTha ordered a Cheese Enchilada served with refried beans and rice. While we waited for our food to be prepared we did what you do in Mexican restaurants, fill up on chips and salsa. They offer up two flavors of salsa one with a mild smoky flavor the other hot salsa, although I found it to be mild. The salsa was blended to a liquid. Personally, I like my salsa Pico de Gallo style with a kick. The tacos were pretty tasty, they didn't skimp on the large chucks of carnitas and the home made tortillas added a more authentic flavor to the tacos. Yes, both SisTa and I enjoyed them. BroTha stopped talking when his food came, that's a sure sign that he was really hungry or really enjoyed his enchiladas. By the time he was done, his plate was clean enough to put back on the shelve. At the end of the meal, I asked BroTha and SisTa what they thought of the food, and both said it was good, which is pretty much inline with how I felt about it. The food didn't really WOW! us. It was just good. Eateries, just as hiking, I prefer not to go to the same place twice, unless I'm floored by the whole package. The service was acceptable, just as the food. So, if I can find another eatery in the vicinity the next time out in the Indio area, I'll probably pass on this one and try something else.
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max ty
3 months ago
It was a nice drive out here. Go visit its not far out hwy 111. 😁
jeremy Johnson
in the last week
Rip Leonard knight I wanted so badly to meet this awesome man but when I went out there he was just placed in a home then heard he passed soon after was a sad day
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Deanna Diaz
10 months ago
SOOOO BEAUTIFUL! The most magical art installation I've had the privilege to walk through and interact with. I am definitely coming back with friends and a picnic. The drive there and through the little town before it is a little sketchy, but it's a cool experience. Worth the drive. RIP Leonard Knight pics by @javivision (ig)
Harry Dillon
3 months ago
I was fortunate enough to meet Leonard knight many times. He was the kindest and most gentle man I have ever met. He believed that this MOUNTAIN was his destiney on earth.
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David Auerbach
a month ago
A very interesting and weird thing in an area with lots of interesting and weird things.
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Long Ma
a month ago
Jesus Is love. What a great place to visit
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Franky Gusman
4 months ago
Beautiful and peaceful. you must visit as it becomes closer to becoming part of the sand, and consumed by time.