Numerous Desert Eateries Offer Discounts and Special Menus for Summer Dining Experiences


Rancho Mirage, California (June 9, 2021) - The Greater Palm Springs Convention & Visitors Bureau (CVB) launched the digital Summer Eats Pass today to help support local restaurants, while also providing deals and offerings to the community and visitors. Each time diners use the pass to check in to a local eatery, they become eligible for a weekly drawing to win a $50 gift card to a local restaurant. To unlock the savings, guests can download a free mobile pass to access exclusive offers from Greater Palm Springs restaurants. Offers range from special prix fixe menus to free items with purchases.


“We’re thrilled to be able to offer the Summer Eats Pass to encourage the community and visitors to help support our local restaurant scene and even encourage exploration of new favorites,” said Davis Meyer, Director of Partnership. “Despite a challenging year for the restaurant industry, Greater Palm Springs offers a rich and diverse culinary scene with a variety of new offerings available for people to experience this summer.”


Participating restaurants include Blue Coyote Grill, Heirloom Craft Kitchen, Johannes, Azure Palm Cafe and more. For those looking to take advantage of the region’s latest openings, pay a visit to Boozehounds, a dog-friendly dining concept, Bar Cecil, a swanky lounge paying homage to bon vivant Cecil Beaton, and 1501 Uptown, a classic American gastro pub.


Find additional information on the Summer Eats Pass here and Greater Palm Springs’ culinary scene here.


About Greater Palm Springs, California

Greater Palm Springs is Southern California’s premier resort, special event and golf destination. Discover a place of many experiences and surprises in nine distinctive cities: Palm Springs, Desert Hot Springs, Cathedral City, Rancho Mirage, Palm Desert, Indian Wells, La Quinta, Indio and Coachella. As a respite for mind, body and spirit, Greater Palm Springs is ready to provide you with an unparalleled sense of escape, adventure, recreation, relaxation and your own unique way to play--anytime of the year. For more information on Greater Palm Springs, visit




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