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.

We’re Big on Small

  • Posted By: November 20, 2018

Spotlight: Trio Restaurant

  • Posted By: November 30, 2018

By Kevin Perry

 

Our hometown is a wonderland of indulgence, and Tony Marchese is its emcee of excess. He’s a born showman, drawing you in with a gruff guffaw and then ushering you deeper into the Inland Empire of upscale partying.

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Spotlight: Johannes

  • Posted By: November 27, 2018

By Kevin Perry

Genius and ambition are a delectable pairing. We are defined by a quixotic blend of abilities and passions… and sometimes, by a distaste for baked potatoes.

“I got too many baked potatoes when we were children. My parents didn’t have much money, so the cheapest food for us was buttermilk, cheese, and baked potato, so I definitely had a little bit of an issue with baked potatoes. Bad childhood memory.”

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Meet Andy Wysocki and Bill Sanderson of Townie Bagels

  • Posted By: November 19, 2018

To find a great bagel in Palm Springs head to  Townie Bagels in the south end of town.

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Eat + Drink: Peabody's Café

  • Posted By: November 09, 2018

Peabody's Cafe opened in 1992 as a coffee house. Over the years they became a full restaurant and bar serving simple American food with a Southern California twist. Most everything is made fresh to order.  Debbie Alexander, the owner of Peabody's Café, didn't dream up the name of her restaurant, she still feels an affinity with the monikier. "The name came from the Peabody Hotel in Memphis and was the name of the restaurant when I bought it back in 1994," she says. "Peabody is also a big name where I’m from in Massachusetts.

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3 Longest Operating Restaurants in Palm Springs

  • Posted By: October 26, 2018

While there are a host of great new places to try, there are also some restaurants that have been around for longer than some of us have been alive! These are three of the oldest restaurants in the city.

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4 Places to drink Craft Beer in Palm Springs

  • Posted By: August 22, 2018

Revel Palm Springs  restaurant and bar is the newest brew house in Palm Springs featuring their own Palm Springs Brewing Company. They offer 6 drafts, including 3 drafts from the Palm Springs Brewing Co., made just for them.

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Palm Springs Spotlight: Dead or Alive Bar

  • Posted By: August 10, 2018

By Barbara Beckley

Okay. Anyone who names a bar “Dead or Alive;” – and doesn’t put up any signage, so you don’t know where it is until you meet someone who’s been there – has to have a good reason, right?    

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VillageFest is the Street Fair You Need

  • Posted By: July 24, 2018

By Kevin Perry

The workday is over. The weekenders haven’t arrived (yet). The sun is falling behind the San Jacinto mountains and the evening lights begin to glitter.

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Restaurants offering French Dishes

  • Posted By: July 12, 2018

By Kevin Perry

Palm Springs caters to the most discerning palates by offering international foodie fare that transports the diner to an exotic array of gastro-destinations. Next stop: France! The following list of haute hotspots summon Parisian decadence with a unique Palm Springs flair…

L’ATELIER CAFE

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