Get ready to wine and dine! Greater Palm Springs Restaurant Week will unfold June 2—11 all throughout the Coachella Valley. It’s the 11th year of the Southern California culinary event and it’s set to be bigger than ever before.
The ten-day feast-ival aims to highlight the diverse dining opportunities of the Greater Palm Springs area. Dinner prix fixe menus will be available for $29, $39 or $49 per person. And, for the first time ever, they’ll be lunch deals too.
This year, more than 100 eateries—including Mr. Lyons, the Tropicale and Lulu California Bistro amongst many others—will be plating up their most delicious fare. Indulge in aged prime cuts and sip sensational wines or grab some friends and share a selection of award-winning pizza, craft beers and small plates.
“Greater Palm Springs Restaurant Week is a highly-anticipated event in the oasis,” said Scott White, President and CEO of the Greater Palm Springs Convention and Visitors Bureau. “Whether you’re looking for throw-back dining, a la Frank Sinatra, a cozy neighborhood experience, a trendy hangout or even the best locally brewed beer in California, Greater Palm Springs culinary scene is exploding and Greater Palm Springs Restaurant Week is a great time of year to sample the region’s eclectic offerings.”
First introduced 11 years ago, Restaurant Week began as a way to shine a light on the desert’s diverse food scene during what was typically a slower time of year. Some 30 Palm Springs restaurants participated in the inaugural event, which has grown steadily over the past decade. This year, the week-long celebration will include more than 100 restaurants located throughout Palm Springs, Desert Hot Springs, Cathedral City, Rancho Mirage, Palm Desert, Indian Wells, La Quinta, Indio and Coachella.
Whether you live in the area or just looking for an excuse to get out of town, Restaurant Week is the perfect time to dine out with friends and discover a new restaurant, or simply visit an old favorite. Book your table now.