From left: Juan Morales, Michael Hung, Angelo Sosa, Jeremy Loomis, and Chantal Thornton.

Exclusive New York Dinner Previews Palm Desert Food & Wine

In late January, a group of chefs who will participate in Palm Desert Food & Wine flew to Manhattan to prepare an exclusive preview dinner with the James Beard Foundation.

Joshua David Stein Restaurants

In late January, a group of chefs who will participate in Palm Desert Food & Wine flew to Manhattan to prepare an exclusive preview dinner with the James Beard Foundation.

Tyler Florence

Meet the Chefs of Palm Desert Food & Wine 2024

Tyler Florence, Dominique Crenn, and Angelo Sosa are among a diverse cast of culinary stars who will join together March 21–24 for this culinary festival in Palm Desert.

June Allan Corrigan Restaurants

Tyler Florence, Dominique Crenn, and Angelo Sosa are among a diverse cast of culinary stars who will join together March 21–24 for this culinary festival in Palm Desert.

James Beard Gourmet Four-Course Luncheon

James Beard Luncheon Lets Guests Learn From the Best

Notable chefs took the stage during Palm Desert Food & Wine’s signature luncheon to prepare four courses live onstage in front of a packed crowd.

Marissa Kozma Restaurants

Notable chefs took the stage during Palm Desert Food & Wine’s signature luncheon to prepare four courses live onstage in front of a packed crowd.

Fabio Viviani at Palm Desert Food & Wine

Fabio Viviani and Jon Butler Spoil Dinner Guests at The Penney & Parlour

Celebrity chef Fabio Viviani and The Penney & Parlour chef Jon Butler kicked off Palm Desert Food & Wine with three courses showcasing their skills in the kitchen.

Marissa Kozma Restaurants

Celebrity chef Fabio Viviani and The Penney & Parlour chef Jon Butler kicked off Palm Desert Food & Wine with three courses showcasing their skills in the kitchen.

Chef Andie Hubka

Do Top Chefs Listen to Music in the Kitchen?

We asked some of the participating chefs from this month’s Palm Desert Food & Wine whether they prefer to rock out or have peace and quiet when they’re cooking.

Emily Chavous Foster Restaurants

We asked some of the participating chefs from this month’s Palm Desert Food & Wine whether they prefer to rock out or have peace and quiet when they’re cooking.