Palm Springs eats
We just wound up four days in Palm Sparings for work and had little time to post much but we did get to eat a lot:-)
Upon arrival on Sunday our room wasn’t ready for check in so we were off to Olive A’sudden and then to a late lunch at Alicante which we have seen before, and have dined at their sister restaurant, but never yet tried. It’s a blend of sports bar, tapas, and entree portioned Mediterranean/Spanish
That’s my blood orange Manhattan and Kim’s house made sangria.
I keep thinking I should have tried the smoked bacon Manhattan
Roasted almonds, and artichoke and egg
Remarkably yummy citrus marinated olives.
This place was okay and was not very expensive overall…but it was just a light lunch for us.
Dinner became a new adventure to a place we had heard of but never tried Wangs in the Desert.
This place is an eclectic blend of Asian cuisines. We were drawn because they advertise having a gluten free menu and a vegetarian menu.
This was our jalapeño calamari appetizer
Gluten free beef with broccoli
Green curry and veggie fried rice
Monday night: Tropicale
We always love this place and the fiery dragon and coconut martinis are always a hit
My pork chop with greens and mashed potatoes
Jim got a huge burger in a lettuce bun
We hit Trio with local friends the next night. Where …surprise! I took no pictures
But I highly recommend the Will Stiles
One more Palm Springs spot to describe and share but I’ll save that for another post