Italian-inspired cuisine, decadent desserts and sweet corn tamales hit the desert this winter
Whether you're in the mood for a creative Italian dinner, rich desserts and coffee or a warm, homemade sweet corn tamale, Palm Springs
has you covered this winter.
One of the most notable new players in the Palm Springs culinary scene is Pinzimini
at the Westin Mission Hills in Rancho Mirage. Headed by veteran Chef Shawn Aoki, Pinzimini serves Tuscan-style entrees and small plate favorites like antipasto, pasta, pizza and paninis. The upscale restaurant also offers handcrafted cocktails and Italian cream sodas. Perfect for date night or a special event, Pinzimini is a must-try this winter.
Drawing inspiration from the modern design Palm Springs is known for, Crave
infuses clean lines and delicious simplicity into its desserts. This new dessert bar in Palm Springs invites guests to treat themselves to offerings like New York cheesecake with chocolate ganache and flour-free chocolate caramel cake. Pair your dessert with coffee, tea, wine or craft beer for a truly indulgent experience.
And just in time for the holidays, Las Casuelas Terraza
in downtown Palm Springs will offer its sweet corn tamales and pomegranate guacamole. Known for its authentic Mexican cuisine, Las Casuelas Terraza's sweet corn tamales are a holiday tradition that never disappoint. Stop in to try one of these Mexican treats or order a batch to enjoy at your next holiday party.