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What : The Sour
Where : Bar, 340 N. Palm Canyon Drive, Palm Springs
How much : $10
Contact : 760-537-7337; www.barwastaken.com
Why : It’s one of the best cocktails in the valley.
I am convinced that Bar (if you’re unfamiliar, yes, that’s the name of the place in its entirety) remains underrated, even though th...
Zin American Bistro Finds Itself in the Midst of a Foie Gras Uproar
In early January, U.S. District Judge Court Stephen V. Wilson overturned California’s ban on foie gras—a 2004 voter-approved law that went into effect in 2012.
Almost immediately, Mindy Reed, the owner of downtown Palm Springs’ Zin Am...
More and more restaurants and bars are offering amazing craft beers in the Coachella Valley—and now there’s a new, responsible way to sample these tasty brews in Palm Springs.
Introducing the Buzz Crawl.
The concept behind the Palm Springs Buzz is simple: It’s a trolley that allows locals and visitors...
What: The Black Spaghetti and Clams
Where: Catalan Mediterranean Cuisine, 70026 Highway 111, Rancho Mirage
How Much: $25
Contact: 760-770-9508; catalanrestaurant.com
Why: It tastes great—and looks amazing.
New Orleans is one of the best food cities I’ve ever visited. We were last there in 2011, and it see...
“If pinot noir is the next best thing to sex, you must be having really good sex.”
Dave never buys pinot noir at home.
“No balls,” he says.
We know this wine variety can be amazing. We’ve seen the movie Sideways . We’ve tasted good pinot noirs in Washington and Oregon. But we’ve encountered...
Beer culture stretches back more than 4,000 years—and for much of that time, beer was primarily made by amateurs.
The more things change, the more things stay the same: Homebrewing today is on a meteoric rise in the United States.
Since 1978, the American Homebrewers Association (www.homebrewersassoci...