“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.”
SO.PA at L’Horizon in Palm Springs under the culinary direction of Executive Chef Michael Hung is one of the new participating restaurants. We’ll meet him as well as Davis Meyer, Senior Director of Community Engagement at Visit Greater Palm Springs providing all the salivating details.
“Decadent, refined, and intimate, SO•PA offers a unique alfresco dining experience. Visit the restaurant for dinner in an intimate outdoor setting under the stars as Michelin Star awarded Chef Michael Hung presents the seasonally enticing menu. The elegant, yet relaxed evening includes world class cocktails and a sophisticated yet approachable wine cellar curated by their in-house Wine Spectator awarded Sommelier.” Their Restaurant Week prix-fixe menu is three courses (with two Main Couse options) priced at $59 per guest, plus tax and gratuity.
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