Reservations are expected to go quick.
There has been quite a bit of turmoil this past week in Rancho Mirage as residents have been showing up in droves to city meetings and writing scathing letters to the newspaper in an effort to stop a planned In-N-Out Burger that would be built on Highway 111. Residents have proclaimed the burger joint would bring crime and noise to the area. And while residents may like that the area is currently a total snoozer, if the city doesn't do something quick, Rancho Mirage may just end up a ghost town.
Good news for people who like coffee, but aren't fans of people, as Starbucks plans on launching "pick up only" locations in the United States.
Wine lovers will have a chance to sample some of the best Pinot Noir wines in the industry as the Palm Springs Pinot Noir Fest is set to debut in January.
Well, we all knew this was coming. Just days after news that In-N-Out Burger was looking at opening a location across from the River on Highway 111, the residents of the city have spoken out against the move for fear that the burger chain would destroy property values and cause crime to Double Double.
The event will have plenty of beer, food, and some cool planes!
No, I am serious.
The Yard House is well known for its large beer selection and pretty great happy hour - but now, they are hoping you will also think of them as a spot to get your brunch on.
Little Bar, the appropriately named new watering hole and eatery from Skip Paige, will open to the public on Thursday. The bar, located in the spot that was once home to Randy's Cafe on Highway 111 and San Pablo, will offer up craft cocktails, beer, wine, food, and oh so much memorabilia.
Here is where to go to celebrate Oktoberfest in the Coachella Valley, the Inland Empire, and So Cal.