As the Palm Springs International Film Festival hits town starting Jan. 2, here are some suggestions for serious film viewers on where to grab a quick bite before and in-between showings.
If you are searching for a special dining experience over the Christmas and New Year’s holiday season, perhaps you should look up to the Peaks Restaurant atop the Palm Springs Aerial Tramway.
Known for adventurous ingredients and unique flavor combinations, Chef Engin Onural has begun a unique paired wine and sushi dinner event at The Venue Sushi Bar & Sake Lounge in Palm Desert.
Did you know a full range of food choices exist at Farmers Markets across the Greater Palm Springs area for a fresh and local breakfast or lunch?
Tinto Palm Springs’ newly re-designed space offers a more intimate dining and bar area with a mix of small top tables, café height communal tables, and bar seating to go along with the new small plate tapas menu designed for sharing.
Organics doesn’t stop at the plate as a growing list of eateries in the Greater Palm Springs area offer wines made with organic grapes so you can enjoy a meal from fork to glass.
Executive Chef Jimmy Schmidt, a three-time James Beard winner, uses his knowledge of food science and nutrition to plan and source the menu at Morgan’s in the desert.
Citron Restaurant at The Viceroy in Palm Springs has a new menu created by Chef Patrice Martineau, which showcases his classic French training with some innovative influences from Japan and California.
Morton’s The Steakhouse has undergone some changes to its traditional décor to mark its 20th anniversary in Palm Desert, giving the restraurant a contemporary new vibe to go along with debuting some seasonal menu selections.
Palm Springs takes pride in many things, and with the approach of Pride Weekend, cocktails will be at the heart of the many parties and events.