Palm Springs Life Best of the Best

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We ask readers and viewers to weigh in weekly at www.palmspringslife.com/best on their favorite people, places, and things in the Coachella Valley.

Antiques & Fine Consignments
David A. Lee

BEST ANTIQUES

Antiques & Fine Consignments

A lamp purchased from Antiques & Fine Consignments has lived 100 lives before reaching your home. Let it whisper its rich history to you as it enhances your décor. Dining room chairs have witnessed the joy of holiday celebrations and antique silver collections tell charming stories from years of service. Which tales of love, family, and revelry will you pass along to your latest find?
798 N. Palm Canyon Dr., Palm Springs.
760-323-4443


Agua Caliente Casino • Resort • Spa
Agua Caliente Casino • Resort • Spa

BEST CASINO

Agua Caliente Casino • Resort • Spa

Aqua Caliente Casino • Resort • Spa is an adult playground that boasts more than just the transitory joys of gambling. Entertainment is king, with past performances from chart-toppers like Cee Lo Green. The resort also offers award-winning restaurants and the soothing Sunstone Spa. For those who enjoy leaving it all to chance, the slot machines and dice are ready, willing, and able to make your wildest dreams come true.
32250 Bob Hope Dr., Rancho Mirage.
888-999-1995;

www.hotwatercasino.com


Spencer's Restaurant
David A. Lee

BEST BRUNCH

Spencer’s Restaurant

Brunch is one of the more sartorial indulgences for a foodie. Palm Springs Life readers have voted Spencer’s Restaurant the best in this category. Chef Eric Wadlund’s culinary offerings complement the classic desert ambiance. Wadlund infuses old favorites such as beef Wellington and fried oysters with a style all his own and dazzles patrons with distinctive flavor profiles in Spencer’s lobster potstickers and three-onion soup. Sunday brunch is served from 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
701 W. Baristo, Palm Springs.
760-327-3446;

www.spencersrestaurant.com


Jackalope Ranch
Mark Cieslikowski

BEST BARBECUE

Jackalope Ranch

Barbecue is a religion in some parts of the country, so prepare to commit several deadly sins at Jackalope Ranch. Sample favorites like the calamari fries or chicken verde tamales. Envy occurs when the trademark sizzle and aroma of slow-cooked baby-back ribs wafts from a neighboring table. Take pride when your order arrives, and forgive yourself for the inevitable sloth that will follow once you’ve cleaned your plate.
80400 Hwy. 111, Indio.
760-342-1999;

www.restaurantsofpalmsprings.com

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