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As Riverside County health officials have ordered the closure of restaurant dining rooms, some eateries in the Coachella Valley remain open and are adapting to the coronavirus situation with curbside, take-out, and delivery specials. Cactus Hugs is keeping track of them here.
Citi Taste of Tennis has announced the line-up of chefs for its annual culinary and tennis experience.
Glitch, an arcade bar in Palm Springs, has closed its doors less than a year after opening. The bar posted about the closing on their Facebook page, saying the reason for closing was due to an increase in rent. The...
The Costco food court is well known for its selection of cheap hot dogs, pizza, chicken caesar salads and, up until now, you could easily enjoy all of it without a membership, but those days may be over. Costco claims...
One of the most sought-after beers in the country is coming to Eureka! Indian Wells next week as part of a Russian River craft beer week.
Just when you though you had heard the last of the In-N-Out Burger that was approved and then not approved in the City of Rancho Mirage, it's back in the news - as those who fought against the burger...
Back in December, it was announced that Wang's in the Desert, a longtime restaurant / bar in downtown Palm Springs was being sold and would be closing down in January. Well, it's now February and, what do you know? The place is still open.
Rancho Mirage - the desert hamlet that is basically what would happen if the Grinch morphed into an entire city - has once again banned drive-thru's along Highway 111. 
The BNP Paribas Open has announced the addition of world-renowned restaurant group Momofuku will bring their famous fried-chicken eatery Fuku to the Indian Wells Tennis Garden during the 2020 tournament.
While most communities would openly welcome an In-N-Out Burger chain, its highly paid jobs, and very tasty burgers, the bizarro world that is Rancho Mirage has seen residents taking to the streets and the courtroom to fight burger chain and, in a surprise development, it now appears In-N-Out Burger is over it. has decided to terminate its development agreement with Rancho Mirage, bringing an end to a lawsuit filed against the fast-food chain and the city by a group of residents calling themselves Save Rancho Mirage.
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