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Gyoro Gyoro Goes for Giant Expansion Plans
Encino, Palm Springs and Downtown Will Get Gyoro Gyoro Izakayas
Palm Springs’ Citron Lets You Pay ‘What It’s Worth’
The restaurant will not accept doll hairs or pocket lint.
Chef Jeremy Fox Has a Salad Habit, Prefers Diners to Trendy Restaurants
“I’ve never really been into salads. I grew up on fast food, but I’m 36 now, and it doesn’t make me feel so good anymore.”
Where to Eat During Palms Springs Restaurant Week, Starting June 1
The event launches with wine dinners held at local favorites like Las Cazuelas and Copley’s.
Jose Garces Brings El Jefe, Which is Essentially Distrito, to Palm Springs This
The new concept’s menu closely resembles the one found at the chef’s Distrito brand.
Stephan Pyles, Nancy Silverton, and Jimmy Schmidt Triple-Teaming La Quinta
The chefs are collaborating on distinct menus for both a tasting event and wine dinner being held at the resort.
Details Emerge on What Jose Garces Is Bringing to Palm Springs
The Iron Chef plans on bringing his Basque Country-inspired Tinto and a Mexican themed restaurant to the hotel.
Jose Garces is Coming to Palm Springs
The Philadelphia chef is likely linking up with the owners of The Ace Hotel.
Food Safety Bill Vote Today; Four Loko Steps Aside For Boozy Whipped Cream
The latest potential trend in teenage drinking emerges, while food safety is discussed in the government.
Trick-or-Treaters To Be Tracked; Even In Brazil, McDonalds Makes You Fat
A new Android app lets you trace the path of your little goblins, while Mickey D’s must pay an employee $17,000 for his weight gain.
Slideshow: Chef Jimmy Schmidt Storms Morgan’s in the Desert in La Quinta
La Quinta welcomes a locavore chef who’d rather talk about sustainability than becoming the next celebrity.
Hosts ‘Strip Dreidel’ and Chinese Dinner Tonight
Palm Springs will host the coast’s first Heebonism party.
New Chefs at Minestraio and Riveria Keep Close to Home
Two chefs move to different kitchens and one brings small plates.
Which SoCal eateries have the best vistas?
Who has the best views in SoCal? OpenTable readers have an idea.