Palm Springs, CA (PRWEB) May 13, 2014
Over 25 new dining, dancing and drinking establishments have opened in Palm Springs since early 2012. All are one-of-a-kind gems, from a neo-retro 1950s supper club to an industrial chic architectural wonder. Diners are making reservations for the new hot spots and local favorites for the upcoming Palm Springs Desert Resorts Restaurant Week slated for May 30-June 8, 2014.
The culinary celebration features nearly 100 restaurants from Palm Springs to Indio offering three course menus at the fixed price of either $26 or $38 per person.
The Restaurant Week’s signature “Eat. See. Stay.” experience features dining deals, exclusive Palm Springs hotel packages, and discounts at participating spas and major attractions including Desert Adventures Eco-Tours, Estrella Spa at Viceroy, Feel Good Spa at Ace Hotel and Swim Club, Palm Springs Art Museum, Palm Springs Aerial Tramway, The Saguaro Spa, Spa Terre at Riviera Hotel, and The Living Desert.
There are 34 participating Palm Springs restaurants:
2. Balisage Bistro
3. Bernie’s Lounge & Supper Club
4. Blue Coyote Bar & Grill
5. Chop House Palm Springs
6. Circa 59 at Riviera
7. Citron at Viceroy
8. Copley’s on Palm Canyon
9. Escena Lounge and Grill
10. Europa Restaurant at Villa Royale Inn
11. Jake’s Ready to Eat
12. Johannes Restaurant
13. Kaiser Grille
14. King’s Highway at Ace Hotel
15. LG’s Prime Steakhouse Palm Springs
16. LuLu California Bistro
17. Matchbox Vintage Pizza Bistro
18. Melvyn’s at Ingleside Inn
19. Miro’s Restaurant
20. Norma’s at Parker
21. Peaks Restaurant at Palm Springs Aerial Tramway
22. Purple Palm at Colony Palms
23. Purple Room
24. Rio Azul Mexican Bar & Grill
25. Sammy G’s Tuscan Grill
26. Sessions at Hard Rock Hotel
27. Spencer’s Restaurant
28. Three Sixty Bar & Grill
29. TINTO at The Saguaro
30. TRIO Restaurant
31. Tropicale Restaurant and Lounge
32. Wang’s in the Desert
33. Workshop Kitchen & Bar
34. Zin American Bistro
Several high-profile projects are launching shortly, including The Hacienda Cantina and Beach Club - a posh complex with restaurant, lounge, bar, and outdoor event space will open in June. The Arrive Hotel will be opening north of the Uptown Design District in late 2014 with an onsite 80-seat chef-driven restaurant called Reservoir, and two additional restaurants. The anchor of Palm Springs’ major downtown revitalization project is the Kimpton’s Hotel Palomar debuting in 2015 and will include an upscale restaurant.
For Palm Springs visitor information, go to http://www.VisitPalmSprings.com or call 760-778-8418.