Stayed here for a night at the Bridgeport Inn. I managed to get a room by myself for $100 which is more than I like to pay but it was my cheapest option for the night. It’s a quiet little town with a handful of cheap food and bars scattered about. Resupply isn’t amazing. There’s a general store and a few convenience stores all a bit pricey.
A bit of a hard hitch, took 2 total cars to make it out of Sonora pass. Most expensive resupply of whole trail, even chips were marked above MSRP. Thrift store was really helpful to hikers. Hot springs was the redeeming value here