While many Greater Palm Springs restaurants had always offered take-out menu items, the pandemic changed their economic importance overnight.
Pizza makers like Birba in Palm Springs, Piero’s PizzaVino in Palm Desert, and Sirocco Pizza Company in Indian Wells offer a variety of Neapolitan pies.
While COVID-19 has kept us at home, Coachella Valley medical experts say it’s vital to continue with regular medical care rather than delay it.
That old rule of thumb about only consuming oysters in the desert during months with an “r” in their names no longer holds true.
Gastronomic times have changed. Interest in plant-based eating is on the rise, and Coachella Valley chefs are propelling vegetables to center stage.
Local craft beer goes down smoothly at Agua Caliente Resort Casino Spa Rancho Mirage and Indian Canyons Golf Resort in Palm Springs.
According to chefs at finer restaurants around the Coachella Valley, classic caviar service is far from a lost art, and indeed still a menu staple.
At Kaiser Grille in Palm Springs and Jackalope Ranch in Indio, you’ll discover why their meats are a cut above everyone else in the Coachella Valley.
Wally’s Desert Turtle in Rancho Mirage is closing. This could be your last chance to dine in an intact Steve Chase interior in the desert.
From divine pre-dinner tipples to tempting tiki creations, Coachella Valley mixologists add flair to the alcohol-free mocktail.