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Workshop Kitchen + Bar
The Uptown Palm Springs district is known for its modernist architecture, retro art and chic decor. Now, a farm-to-table restaurant is blending the modern architecture that made the city famous with a... Read More
The Uptown Palm Springs district is known for its modernist architecture, retro art and chic decor. Now, a farm-to-table restaurant is blending the modern architecture that made the city famous with a menu inspired by locally sourced ingredients. After much anticipation, Workshop Kitchen + Bar opened in the historic El Paseo building on Palm Canyon Drive. Chefs and owners Michael Beckman and Joseph Mourani work with roughly a dozen local farms, many within an hour of the Coachella Valley, to source fresh ingredients for their rotating menu. Menu items include market veggie enchiladas, a huevos rancheros bowl and slow-roasted lamb tajine. A farmhouse-style table and a selection of large format plates allow patrons to meet new friends over a shared ribeye or grilled chicken. Combined with an alcoholic punch bowl that can serve up to 12 people, you're not likely to dine alone at Workshop.
- Best for Farm to Table Because: Workshop Kitchen + Bar is a communal, farm-to-table concept with innovative California cuisine made from locally sourced ingredients.
- Best for Restaurants with Healthy Menus Because: Workshop Kitchen + Bar uses fresh, locally sourced ingredients to create the healthy menus that change with the seasons.
- Recommended as Best Restaurants Because: Workshop Kitchen + Bar brings farm-fresh cuisine to the next level with both small plates and communal dishes.
- Best for Group Friendly Because: Workshop Kitchen + Bar offers a private dining room, as well as communal seating and dining options to suit any group.