Culinary Scene

Culinary Scene
People clinking glasses at a table over a meal

Get a true taste of Palm Springs… Dine alfresco at the base of the majestic San Jacinto Mountains under a star-studded desert night sky at one of the fine dining establishments.  For the ultimate culinary adventure, try the nearly 45 Palm Springs restaurants participating in Palm Springs Restaurant Week, June 2-11, 2017. For a complete list of participating Palm Springs restaurants, CLICK HERE.

Bacon and Legs

  • Posted By: April 17, 2018

By Kevin Perry

Brunch is a religion in the gay community. We prefer hims to hymns, Saturdays over Sundays, and please swap out that watery altar wine with a bloody, Mary. We’re serious about our hybrid breakfast/lunch/cocktail ritual, and the Mecca of mid-morning mmm is Pinocchio in the Desert.

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Bacon and Legs

  • Posted By: April 17, 2018

Brunch can be a religion for many. Maybe you prefer Saturdays over Sundays, but please swap out that watery altar wine for a stiff bloody mary. You're serious about your hybrid breakfast/lunch/cocktail ritual, and the Mecca of mid-morning mmm is Pinocchio in the Desert.

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Ten Pet Friendly Palm Springs Restaurants

  • Posted By: Palm Springs Insider March 16, 2018

Palm Springs is very family friendly, so be sure to include your pet on you next dining adventure.  After all, aren't they part of the family too!  Here are a few restaurant options to get you started.

Jake’s

664 N Palm Canyon Dr, Palm Springs, CA, US, 92262

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New Starbucks Reserve Palm Springs

  • Posted By: Barbara Beckley January 02, 2018

Tanzania Mount Meru. Nicaragua Maracaturra. Aged Sumatra Crop 2013. Where would you like your next cup of coffee to come from?  Would you like a coffee flight?  How would you like it brewed? The Clover method, siphon, pour-over, cold brew or maybe nitro cold brew? These are just a taste of your exotic choices at the hip new Starbucks Reserve (www.visitpalmsprings.com/starbucks-reserve) in the heart of Revitalized Downtown Palm Springs.

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Colorful Cocktails Are A Palm Springs Tradition

  • Posted By: Lawrence Karol June 13, 2017

Cool summer drinks are a must-have during the desert's hot summer days and nights and many of the local restaurants have devised some delicious and colorful alternatives. 

 

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Taste outside the ordinary - where to get great flavors in Palm Springs

  • Posted By: Palm Springs Insider May 06, 2017

Changing up the everyday is fun, so why not shake up your ordinary ‘let’s get burgers’ night out by trying some new flavors?

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Put a little romance in your evening with these Palm Springs restaurants

  • Posted By: Palm Springs Insider May 05, 2017

If it’s been a while since you scheduled a ‘date night’ now’s the perfect time to plan a romantic night out. Palm Springs Restaurant Week offers a great opportunity to explore some great new places or sample more established restaurants you still haven’t gotten around to trying.

Escena

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Sit & sip: where to get a great glass of wine in Palm Springs

  • Posted By: Palm Springs Insider May 05, 2017

Sometimes there's not a lot of time to sample a new restaurant. But Restaurant Week is a perfect opportunity to get out and visit new venues to see what they have to offer.

A nice way to ease yourself into a new spot is to go get a glass of wine with some friends. There are several places in Palm Springs where you can dip in for a post-work glass of vino.

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Fuel up for the day; Palm Springs breakfast options

  • Posted By: Palm Springs Insider May 05, 2017

While some say it's the most important meal of the day, others simply love to linger over fresh food and hot coffee first thing in the morning.  There's something civilized about having someone prepare your first meal of the day for you. Restaurant Week is a perfect time to sample some great new spots.

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Skip the trip to Europe; dine at a fabulous Palm Springs restaurant

  • Posted By: Palm Springs Insider May 05, 2017

You're hoping to find the flavors of Europe but don't have the budget for that pricey round trip ticket, there are plenty of dining options in Palm Springs that runs the gamut from Italian, to French, and even Spanish and Austrian.
 

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