The best restaurants in Palm Springs for your next road trip

Critic Bill Addison gives us 10 Palm Springs restaurants where he’s happy to stand in line or jostle for a last-minute reservation.
Bill AddisonRestaurant Critic • Los Angeles Times • February 8, 2023
Like most visitors, I head to Palm Springs to chill: to bake in the sun, to watch the colors of the San Jacinto Mountains change with the seasons and the daylight, to do as little as possible. A culinary tour is never my driving agenda in the...
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