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Greater Palm Springs 2023 Restaurant Week Specials

Greater Palm Springs 2023 Restaurant Week Specials

To kick off the summer, Greater Palm Springs hosts their annual Restaurant Week starting on June 2 through June 11, 2023. It’s and ideal time to escape the ‘June Gloom’ along the coast and savor the start of summer in the sunny desert.

Sit poolside under blue sky for bites and beverages, and enjoy the towering palm tree and the majestic San Jacinto Mountain views during a sunset dinner.

There are a multitude of prix fixe menus and exclusive specials during lunch, brunch and dinner.  Within nine desert cities during Restaurant Week, restaurants are offering two-course breakfast, brunch and lunch menus ranging from $15 to $35 a person. The multi-course dinners are usually three-or-more items ranging from $39 to $59+ add-ons.

Click on the name of the restaurants below to see the full Restaurant Week menu. Prices and meal periods vary by restaurant and exclude beverages, tax, and gratuity.

Greater Palm Springs Restaurant Week has partnered with FIND Food Bank to help support those in need. For every reservation made at dineGPS, $1 will be donated to help fight hunger in the community.

Here are six hotels to stay overnight at that are within walking distance to many of these restaurants: Casa Cody, Azure Sky, Kimpton The Rowan Palm Springs, Colony Palms, ACE Hotel Palm Springs, Drift Palm Springs.

TRIO - photo by Jill Weinlein

TRIO – photo by Jill Weinlein

Trio Restaurant + Bar is offering a California three-course dinner for $39. Guests can select from four different first courses that include Coachella Valley dates stuffed with  gorgonzola cheese and wrapped in Applewood smoked bacon as a starter. The second course includes braised short ribs, striped bass, half a Jidori roast chicken, wild mushroom fettuccine or a Certified Angus ribeye steak. Finish with a brownie trio, seasonal sorbet  or biscoff cheesecake.

Reforma - photo by Jill Weinlein

Reforma – photo by Jill Weinlein

The new Reforma restaurant, bar and dance club is offering International fare during lunch for $25 and a three-course dinner for $59 per person. Highlights on the menus include scallops and shrimp with romesco and blistered shisito peppers, a choice of seared alaskan halibut or grilled flat iron steak for the entree, and Chef Jerry’s Oaxacan chocolate souffle for dessert. The lunch and brunch menu features savory mole Benedict or crab cake Benedict. For a sweeter option select the pan dulce or churro waffle.

4 Saints Kimpton Rowan Palm Springs - Photo Jill Weinlein

4 Saints Kimpton Rowan Palm Springs – Photo Jill Weinlein

4 Saints at the top of Kimpton Rowan Palm Springs Hotel is offering an elevated multi-course $99 dinner that features a pickled watermelon, ricotta and radish amuse bouche. Sit in a comfortable booth or outside to take in 270 degrees vibrant Palm Springs views. First course choices include tuna tartare, a wedge salad or tomato and pancetta. The second course choices feature a squash blossom pappardelle or seafood focus frito misto. Entrees include scallop and corn risotto, pan seared duck leg and fennel spiced cauliflower. Finish the evening with a gelato flight or berry cobbler.

Kaiser Grille - photo by Jill Weinlein

Kaiser Grille – photo by Jill Weinlein

Kaiser Grille is a local Chop House that is offering a $35 lunch menu featuring a first-course that includes a gazpacho duet or variety of salads. The main course includes a porchetta sandwich or roast fig, peach and Mary’s chicken salad. Guests can also order for their two-courses one of the main entrees and a choice of dessert, strawberry shortcake or ricotta, peach, lemon and blueberry tart. The $59 dinner menu includes three-courses plus a variety of upgraded supplemental enhancements.

Lulu California Bistro - photo by Jill Weinlein

Lulu California Bistro – photo by Jill Weinlein

Every one has a good time at Lulu California Bistro during their multi-course lunch and dinner. Start with a refreshing Strawberry Lemonade Spritzer before a tropical Caprese salad, watermelon gazpacho or tomato bisque. This three-course lunch also includes Bao tacos, Gaucho steak sandwich, a pear salad or polenta cake with curry spiced cauliflower. Finish with a slice of key lime pie, ice cream sandwich or espresso creme brûlée. Dinner specials include watermelon gazpacho for a starter, plus three courses for $49 per person. Entree choices include Thai chicken with fried rice, sautéed scallops with fresh corn relish or cod baked in a banana leaf enhanced with a Mediterranean sauce.

To see other restaurants offering Restaurant Week specials, go to Greater Palm Springs Restaurant Week.


Feature photo courtesy of Greater Palm Springs Restaurant Week

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Jill Weinlein

As a travel journalist for 17 years some of my favorite experiences have been climbing The Great Wall in China, swam with Stingrays in Bora-Bora, explored caves in Belize, followed a pod of Orcas in Alaska, swam in the warm waters of Krabi in Thailand, visited Marco Polo's house in Korcula, Croatia and sailing around Richard Branson's Necker Island in the British Virgin Islands. Read my travel reviews to be inspired to see the world.

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