(GREATER PALM SPRINGS, CA)  Restaurant Week returns to Greater Palm Springs June 2-11, 2023. This annual gastronomic event, now in its 15th year, offers residents and visitors 10 days of dining experiences at local restaurants. Greater Palm Springs Restaurant Week is the perfect time to take a culinary tour to sample the ever-increasing stature of food culture of the nine-city destination. Greater Palm Springs gained the attention of the Michelin guide in 2022 with their first-ever inclusion of area restaurants in the guide’s recommended places to eat. Visit Greater Palm Springs serves as the producing partner of Restaurant Week in collaboration with presenting sponsor Agua Caliente Casinos.   


More than 80 restaurants will offer custom menus for lunch, dinner or both. Lunch offers will include 2 or more courses/items priced at $15, $25 or $35. Dinner menus include 3 or more courses/items or small plates and cost $39, $49, $59 or $99. New for 2023 is a category for breakfast and brunch as well as a category for special offers. The flexible “special offers” allow restaurants to present specialties, wine pairings and/or supplemental dishes for an additional charge. 


Here is a sampling of the flavors that diners can enjoy: 

  • The Michelin-recommended Workshop Kitchen + Bar special offer menu is based around seasonal products from local farms. A Special Offer Dinner at $65 per person is being offered.  

  • Cork & Fork, in a new, expanded location, features creative small plates ranging from classic comfort to exotic fusion. Offering: $39 dinner 

  • New nighttime hotspot, Reforma tantalizes with dining inspired by Latin America in a fun and exciting environment. Offering two menus: $25 lunch and $99 dinner 

  • Serving artisanal French Bistro cuisine, French Rotisserie Café serves the delectable flavors of French home cooking. Offering menus: $15/$35 lunch and $39 dinner 

  • Chúla Artisan Eatery features family Mexican recipes with a fresh and healthy twist; from homemade salsa to made-from-scratch tamales and gluten-free sweets. Offering: $25 lunch  


The full list of participating restaurants is available at dinegps.com. Diners can also use the website to book a reservation. For every reservation booked via the DineGPS website, $1 will be donated to FIND Food Bank.  


Greater Palm Springs Restaurant Week will be followed by the launch of the Summers Eats Pass, a free mobile pass that features even more ways for food lovers to savor summer, with weekly prize drawings. The Summer Eats Pass will be available June 12-September 4.  


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Laura Hunt Little  

Media Relations Manager  

Visit Greater Palm Springs