Desert Beer Company, the Coachella Valley's newest brewery, opened pretty quietly over the summer. But, now that The Season is here, the brewery is hosting a Grand Opening celebration on Friday.
The Taco Bell Hotel, which still blows my mind as a thing that actually happened, turned out to be pretty tough for the general public to enjoy - with the place seemingly booked solid with social media influencers. And while you might have been shutout from trying the special food during the hotel's pop-up week in Palm Springs, one of the items, the Baja Birthday Freeze, is now available at most Taco Bell restaurants around the country.
The Rancho Mirage City Council voted in favor of the proposed In-N-Out Burger in the city on Thursday, reports the Desert Sun.
Justin - eat & drink has closed it doors.
Tomorrow, the Rancho Mirage City Council will vote on whether the city will allow In-N-Out Burger to open a location at Bob Hope and Highway 111. While the prospect of having Double-Doubles served in right in neighborhood would be very appealing to many in the Coachella Valley (looking at you here, Palm Springs and Cathedral City), Rancho Mirage just can't stop being, well, you know.
Frankinbun - the Palm Springs hot dog eatery that was featured on Guy Fieri's Food Network show Diners, Drive-Ins, and Dives - has closed its doors.
Every month, Juniper Table Chef Aric Ianni partners with local breweries and chefs on a collaborative beer dinner For September, that dinner will feature Chef Gabriel Woo from The Sparrows Lodge and beers from The Desert Beer Company.
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.