The owners of La Quinta’s preeminent sweet spot, Tiffany’s Sweet Spot, and former “Cupcake Wars” contestants, dish on their inspirations and flavors.
We love our dates in the Coachella Valley whether a local or visitor, and now Sahara Date Brandy finds a buzzy use for a sweet desert fruit.
From an oceanic pot pie to a multiplied mac and cheese, five restaurants in Palm Springs and the surrounding desert cities are reimagining classic comfort foods.
There’s no foie gras, pork belly, or Wagyu patties. The Heyday burger is simple and a finger-licking backyard smash at Palm Springs VillageFest.
Former Goldenvoice COO Skip Paige retired in 2017, but you wouldn’t know it from the stamps on his passport and the Little Bar he has opened in Palm Desert.
Great food and drinks have kept El Patron restaurant in Palm Springs consistently packed. But when you lift up the hood, there’s so much more to experience.
Chef Jeremiah Tower, the founder of California cuisine, pairs up with his friend, chef Jason Niederkorn at Pink Cabana, for a night of dining excellence.
V Wine Lounge in Palm Springs’ Kaptur Plaza promises to be a little bit Sinatra and a little bit Austin Powers. Here’s a taste of the cross-mojonation.
Sweet prickly pears, an indigenous fruit to the Coachella Valley, can be eaten raw, but protect your hands when picking them or buy them de-needled.
Walk in, sit down, and engage with your neighbors while taking in the ambiance and amenities of these nine Coachella Valley bars.