Places to Eat
Try a new restaurant, eat something different, or dine out at a local favorite, the best places to eat in Palm Springs, CA can be found in some of the most interesting places. Whether you are looking for a late night bite, or a local dining spot, this Foodie trail will give you multiple places to explore. From fine dining to casual dining and everything in between, Palm Springs has food that one can savor and enjoy during the day or at sunset. For the foodie at heart this article is for you.
The Foodie Trail
For those looking to experience the best food Palm Springs has to offer, we have a Foodie Trail for you. From beer and wine, to healthful dishes and pizza, here are some places you might enjoy. So, eat, drink, wine, and dine this two day Foodie Trail will have you searching for more.
Foodie: Someone who seeks the best food, and cares about flavor, taste, texture, and aroma…
Day One (Fine Dining)
Morgan’s in the Desert, enjoy American cuisine by James Beard Award winning chef and pioneer of the farm-to-table movement. With a menu of bold-flavored straightforward dishes, they serve only the finest ingredients, grown locally and raised responsibly. Inspired by the bounty of the Coachella Valley, Morgan’s in the Desert focuses on sourcing the top region’s products. Crafted with traditional cooking methods Morgan’s in the Desert offers deliciously simple and healthful dishes. For more information on Morgan’s in the Desert, click here to go to their website.
Desert Distilling, small batch brews and handcrafted spirits to tasteful liqueurs, Desert Distilling products are something every Foodie will enjoy. The only distillery in the Coachella Valley, Desert Distilling has a tasting room that one can enjoy after a great meal. From humble beginnings in a basement making concoctions, for founders John and Neil Lotz not much has changed in the way they create spirits and brews. Take raw ingredients and turn them into finished products in small batches every day. For more information on their tasting room location and times visit Desert Distilling’s website here.
Day Two (Casual Dining)
Jonny Costa’s Ristorante, if you are looking for authentically delicious Italian food, Jonny Costa’s Ristorante is the place for you. Voted one of the top three best Italian Restaurants. Johnny Costa, the founder, has been a chef and restaurant owner in the Palm Springs area since 1976. For more information on Jonny Costa’s Ristorante, click here to go to their website.
Coachella Valley Brewing CO, with an emphasis on farm-to-table, Coachella Valley Brewing CO uses local citrus, herbs, honey, and spices, local farms and flavors. Sustainability, creativity, and passion are the key ingredients in the best craft beer. For more information on the Coachella Valley Brewing CO visit to their website here.