Sangria and Tapas at Tinto
Founded in 2007, Palm Springs Desert Resorts
Restaurant Week showcases the incredibly diverse dining and leisure opportunities
in the city of Palm Springs and surrounding communities of the greater
Coachella Valley. In just six years, this annual event has grown from
fewer than 30 participating restaurants, hotels, and attractions to over 100.
Prawns & Plantains at Citron at The Viceroy
Palm Springs Desert Resorts Restaurant Week now takes place over 17 days and allows diners to choose from three-course, prix fixe dinner menus available for $26 or $38 per person at over 70 participating restaurants in La Quinta, Palm Springs, Indian Wells, Desert Hot Springs, Rancho Mirage, Palm Desert, Cathedral City, and Indio. Participating hotels will offer an array of perks exclusive to Restaurant Week, including specialty room rates, upgraded in-room amenities, and more. Local attractions—from spas to The Living Desert and the Palm Springs Aerial Tramway—are also offering special rates and perks available exclusively during Restaurant Week.
Palms + Springs on Red Jeep Desert Tours
Newcomers this time around include dish-Creative Cuisine in Cathedral City, WORKSHOP KITCHEN & BAR in Palm Springs, and Korakia Pensione, along with the recently opened Mastro’s in Palm Desert and Cork & Fork in La Quinta.
Restaurant Week favorites like Circa 59 at Riviera Palm Springs, Copley’s on Palm Canyon, Sirocco, TRIO,Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse, Cello’s Bistro, Kaiser Grill, PS Follies, Indian Wells Resort Hotel, and the Ace Hotel & Swim Club—alongside its Feel Good Spareturn with dining deals and not to miss special offers.
Chef Andrew Copley at Copley's Palm Canyon
Cap off the evening with Kir Royales at Melvyn's
My recent visit to sunny Palm Springs was so enjoyable that I'll be sharing more photos and experiences of the getaway in the near future.
A full list of restaurants and reservations for the 2013 Palm Springs Restaurant Week can be found HERE.