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AC3 is the brainchild of Palm Springs restaurateurs Tony Marchese, owner of Trio Restaurant, and Chef Andrew Copley and Juliana Copley, the couple behind Copley’s on Palm Canyon.
Harkening back to the bustling bistros of Paris past, Café des Beaux-Arts cultivates an experience that is decidedly transportive. The indoor-outdoor restaurant sits at the heart of Palm Desert’s buzzy shopping boulevard.
An upscale Italian eatery that opened on Palm Desert’s El Paseo in 2014, the idea was to create a modern Tuscan village house to transport guests out of the desert and straight to one of the world’s greatest culinary destinations.
While this sleek El Paseo spot gets its name from slang for doing away with something, diners tend to leave wishing they had room for more. The spacious smallplates joint features a rotating menu of eclectic continental bites.
Ristorante Mamma Gina proudly serves the Palm Springs area with our very own taste of Italy. Founded in 1986, Mamma Gina’s brought over its Italian heritage from our family restaurant in Florence to serve the residents and visitors of the Coachella Valley.
Wilma & Frieda, which boasts two locations in the Coachella Valley: the original in Palm Desert, serving breakfast daily from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m., and a larger space in Palm Springs, which also offers dinner on weekends.