Best Mexican food in the valley. Not a taco shop - this is a restaurant that specializes in Mexican cuisine. Sit at the bar or get a table -
Desert resort casual. Upscale Mexican cuisine. The Carnitas Michoacanas is exceptional and the Molcajete (plato Azteca) for 2 is also very good. They have great Palomas and Margaritas. Located just off El Paseo.
Family run, friendly, excellent margaritas and delicious appetizers. Love Guillermo - tell him Bryan and Carole sent you! Live music on some evenings.
Fabulous, upscale mexican food and a great selection of tequila and specialty margaritas. Get the carnitas special. It is delicious and fall-apart tender. The Molcajete (Plato Azteca) with Beef, Chicken, Chorizo, Panela Cheese & Cactus Paddle (nopal) in a pool of red salsa is also phenominal.
“A 17.5 acre park adjacent to La Quinta City Hall, La Quinta Senior Center and La Quinta Library. It is located on the corner of Washington & Calle Tampico. Nice walking path. Good place to feed the ducks. Public art. Picnic tables.”
“Largest selection of beer, wine and liquor in the valley. Located in Palm Desert at Hwy 111 and Fred Waring Dr.”
Point of Interest
“Experience a fascinating collection of historical photos, newspaper and magazine archives, as well as oral history on the early settlers of Palm Desert, California. Prominently displayed on the walls are breath-taking aerial views from the 1940s through the 1980s of Palm Desert and the surrounding majestic mountains. Did you know General George Patton established his Motor Pool on Portola Avenue in Palm Desert during the 1940s? The Motor Pool supported the training of troops prior to battling the Germans in North Africa during WWII.”