GREATER PALM SPRINGS, CA – Greater Palm Springs Restaurant Week is set to dazzle food enthusiasts once again from May 31 to June 9, 2024. This culinary event, known for spotlighting a diverse selection of top dining establishments across the region, promises ten days of gastronomic adventures for residents and visitors alike.


Greater Palm Springs Restaurant Week is proud to have Agua Caliente Casinos as its presenting sponsor. The event will showcase over 75 participating restaurants, including four dining establishments from Agua Caliente Casinos: Café One Eleven at Agua Caliente Casino Cathedral City, 360 Sports at Agua Caliente Casino Palm Springs, The Steakhouse at Agua Caliente Casino Palm Springs, and Waters Café at Agua Caliente Resort Casino Spa Rancho Mirage.


“We are excited to welcome back all foodie aficionados —locals and visitors alike — to Greater Palm Springs Restaurant Week,” said Colleen Pace, Chief Sales & Marketing Officer at Visit Greater Palm Springs. “This year promises to be another exquisite celebration of our region’s culinary landscape, from the most beloved favorites to some of the newest to hit our thriving local food scene.   So, get ready to dine, discover and explore and create delicious memories.”


This year’s Restaurant Week is packed with exciting culinary offerings:

  • Blackbook Bar & Kitchen (Palm Springs): Offering a sophisticated dining experience, Blackbook Bar & Kitchen tantalizes taste buds with its innovative fusion cuisine and handcrafted cocktails.
  • DSRT CLUB (La Quinta): With its chic ambiance and modern twist on traditional favorites, DSRT CLUB provides a sophisticated dining experience in the heart of La Quinta.
  • Lost Property Restaurant & Bar (Palm Springs): Combining culinary excellence with a welcoming atmosphere, the new Lost Property Restaurant & Bar invites guests to savor elevated comfort food and artisanal cocktails at the Skylark Hotel.
  • Shorebird (Palm Desert): This new coastal eatery takes a modern take on classic Americana flavors with influences from traditional seafood and steakhouses.
  • Pomme Frite (Palm Springs): Known for its cozy setting for French and Belgian fare such as mussels plus other cafe-style eats along with beer & cocktails.


During Restaurant Week, diners can enjoy prix-fixe menus featuring tantalizing appetizers, mouthwatering entrees, and decadent desserts, with lunch menus priced at $15, $25, or $35, and dinner menus priced at $29, $39, $49 or $59. Some venues also offer exclusive specials only available during Restaurant Week. Visit to view the full list of participating restaurants, where you can also search by price or location and make reservations.


Restaurant Week is not just about great food; it is also about giving back to the community. For every reservation made through the DineGPS website, either $1 (most reservations) or $2.50 (restaurants located in Rancho Mirage) will be donated to the area’s regional food bank, FIND Food Bank.


Following Greater Palm Springs Restaurant Week, food enthusiasts can continue to savor the flavors of summer with the launch of the Summer Eats Pass. This free mobile pass offers more opportunities to indulge in culinary delights and win weekly prizes. The Summer Eats Pass will be available from June 10 to September 2, 2024.





Greater Palm Springs Restaurant Week celebrates the diverse culinary landscape of the Greater Palm Springs region, showcasing the talents of local chefs and highlighting the area's most beloved dining establishments. Founded in 2007, the annual event offers diners the chance to explore new dishes and share memorable meal moments while supporting the community. For every Restaurant Week reservation booked on, up to $2.50 is donated to the FIND Food Bank.




Laura Hunt Little

Media Relations Manager

Visit Greater Palm Springs