3 Culinary Excursions (For The Foodie In You)

Stop By One Of These Locales For Dining And More.

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1) Hike & Eat
Travel above the valley floor via the Palm Springs Aerial Tramway and enjoy access to 54 miles of hiking trails and pristine wilderness at Mount San Jacinto State Park. After a day of trekking, unwind during an intimate meal at Peaks Restaurant and relish the breathtaking views below.
One Tram Way, Palm Springs.
760-325-1391; www.pstramway.com

Shields Date Garden

Photo by Tom Brewster

Shields Date Garden.

2) Tour & Eat
Take a walk through a garden-covered path and tour the 17-acre date farm at Shields Date Garden. Then, stop by the property’s store and café, with products delivered fresh from the garden. Be sure to try the deliciously sweet fan favorite, Shields Date Pancakes.
80225 Hwy. 111, Indio
760-347-0996; www.shieldsdategarden.com

Pappy & Harriet’s Pioneertown Palace

Photo by Marina Chavez / Pappy & Harriet's

Pappy & Harriet's Pioneer Town Palace.

3) Groove & Eat
Sway to the beat of live music at the legendary Pappy & Harriet’s Pioneertown Palace, a dusty desert roadhouse that has been host to such internationally known musicians as Robert Plant and Vampire Weekend. Try mesquite barbecue and garlic mashed potatoes while basking in the sounds of soulful tunes.
53688 Pioneertown Rd., Pioneertown
760-365-5956; www.pappyandharriets.com

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