Older than the La Quinta Resort & Club itself (if you go by the name), this swanky fine-dining destination remains on the A-list.
Adobe Grill serves regional recipes on a generous patio, making it a great place to take in authentic food when the weather’s nice.
The modern restaurant celebrates what’s next in food and drink in a space that once bucked against Prohibition.
The La Quinta Resort & Club restaurant has been a must for stars for almost a century. It’s still worthy of that high praise.
The charm of a 1950s diner lives on at one of the Coachella Valley’s oldest diners.
Former boxing champ Tim Bradley serves up the best poké in Palm Springs, while fans of the late Arnold Palmer can dine where the King did.
With an average of 350 days of sunshine a year, it’s no surprise how beloved outdoor dining continues to be in Greater Palm Springs.