Here are 10 dining experiences to consider during Greater Palm Springs Restaurant Week when making your picks on where to enjoy discounted meals.
With Restaurant Week right around the corner, Babe’s Bar-B-Que and Brewery brings new life to their already popular menu with Latin fusion additions.
Felipe’s in Palm Springs has the recognizable items for a Mexican restaurant, but give your taste buds a chance to be adventurous here.
Since its grand opening a year ago, Dringk Eatery and Bar at The River in Rancho Mirage has met its mission to be nothing like other desert restaurants.
Although the town has a population of under 5,000 residents, Idyllwild restaurants make it worth the trek up the mountain. Here are 5 to get you started.
Voted Best Italian Restaurant in 2018, Castelli’s Ristorante has been treating guests like famiglia for more than 30 years.
Private chef Will Acasio largely caters to wealthy visitors in Palm Springs and the Coachella Valley, reveling in dietary restrictions and preferences.
These Palm Springs restaurants and other desert locations are not just stops to fuel up but where every patron is made to feel like a local.
Vicky’s of Santa Fe marks its 30th anniversary with retro prices from its 1989 start, a red carpet entrance, and memorabilia on April 22 in Indian Wells.
Enjoy mountain views and California’s dreamy sunsets while dining alfresco in Palm Springs and the Coachella Valley on these exquisite patios.