27 Results in category Dining
A favorite of locals and tourists alike, serving authentic Mexican food since 1979. The result of four generations of the Delgado family's hard work and fine cooking. Dine inside or on the Palapa patio. Awarded 'Best Mexican Restaurant' and 'Best Margarita' by The Desert Sun newspaper. They specialize in making you feel at home no matter where your home might be.
The Valley's most exciting place to play, offers 2,000 slots, 30 table games and a seven-table poker room. The 2,200-seat Spotlight Showroom presents the best entertainment. Great dining choices include JEM Steakhouse, Cafe Capitata and Food Court. Enjoy live entertainment in the Blue Bar and relax in the JEM Bar and Casino Bar. Twenty-Nine Palms Band of Mission Indians.
Nestled along Main Street in the village of La Quinta, offers a mosaic of unique shops, restaurants and art galleries in an early California setting. It's a place where you can shop, stroll and dine. What sets it apart from shopping centers is its ability to offer a special experience - it's the only shopping & dining destination where you can truly slip away and spend the day.
The menu has been designed with health in mind. Steaks are hormone and antibiotic free, chicken is sourced from Mary's Farms-free range and organic. Korobuta pork chop is all natural and also antibiotic-free. Seafood is wild and/or sustainable. They make their sauces, desserts and dressings from scratch. Offering the best California has to offer. Experience the love of dining for yourself. Happy Hour daily.
Traditional diner style fair & a few not so traditional signature dishes. From a variety of delicious omelets to Croissant French Toast, Build a Burger, Rare Roast Beef sandwich, Mac & Cheese, or BBQ Ribs. Beverages featuring shakes, sodas, draft beer, and wine. The restaurant revolves around its kitchen in traditional diner style, with long counters surrounding it. Perfect for big families or groups.
Jack Bertram and his wife, Pat, opened the first Stuft Pizza in Cerritos in 1976. Originally a small take-out shop, its reputation grew quickly. The new Stuft Pizza Bar & Grill is conveniently located at Westfield Mall in Palm Desert. Guests can enjoy their daily happy hour from 3 to 6pm, with draft beers, wine by the glass and over 30 discounted menu items. Stuft Pizza - delicious food, a fun atmosphere and great value.
Editor's pick and multiple award winner, "Shame" discreetly opens its doors 7 nights a week to a sellout crowd of locals and visitors. Owner, Milan Tojagic and Chef, Jorge Villabona now celebrating their 31st season, operate with a completely hands-on approach. Menu is eclectic with a collection of freshly prepared dishes. Reasonable prices. Reservations strongly recommended.
In the early '60s, Palm Springs' Purple Room at Club Trinidad became the sweet spot of the swinging supper club scene. Cats like Frank and Dino hung with their pals to eat, drink play. The Purple Room has re-opened with its pedigree legacy in mind. They embrace the style and carefree creative spirit of that era. With a nod to its history, they're making history of their own. One of the two original Rat Pack hang outs.
Multiple award winner including 2009 Restaurant of the Year, Sherman's is a landmark in the desert. This Kosher-style family restaurant has an extensive menu for breakfast, brunch, lunch and dinner reminiscent of a New York deli. Bread and desserts baked fresh daily. Their sandwich board has more than 40 New York-style favorites served with potato salad or coleslaw. Wine and beer is available. Patio.
Ride the world's largest rotating tramcars. Rising over 2.5 miles to a scenic wonderland, the two 80-passenger cars revolve slowly from within providing a spectacular 360-degree view of the desert. Mountain Station at 8,516 ft features Peak's upscale restaurant, Pines casual cafe, Lookout Lounge, gift shop, natural history museum and a theatre showing "Building on a Dream".