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Step up to plates of delicious food during Palm Springs Restaurant Week

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The Desert is spreading its culinary joy with the return of Palm Springs Desert Resorts Restaurant Week, from May 30-June 8, 2014. The “Eat. See. Stay” themed experience provides foodies with an opportunity to eat their way across the Coachella Valley. In addition to special lunches and dinners, the area is offering deals, packages, and perks at luxury desert hotels and discounted tickets to popular area attractions. What’s more, to jump start the event, the team is offering travelers the chance to win a desert getaway, including meals at participating restaurants, overnight luxury accommodations, and more; full details are below.

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Eat. See. Stay. Getaway Sweepstakes

From now through April 10, 2014 you can enter the “Eat. See. Stay. Getaway” sweepstakes by “liking” the Palm Springs Desert Resorts Restaurant Week Facebook page. Participants are entered in a random drawing to win a two-night getaway package for two guests, including:

During the ten days of Desert Resorts Restaurant Week diners can choose from three-course, prix fixe dinner menus available for $26 or $38 per person at more than 80 participating restaurants in La Quinta, Palm Springs, Indian Wells, Desert Hot Springs, Rancho Mirage, Palm Desert, Cathedral City, and Indio. Participating hotels will offer an array of perks exclusive to Restaurant Week, including specialty room rates, upgraded in-room amenities, and more. Local attractions—from spas to The Living Desert Zoo and Desert Adventures-Red Jeep Tours—are also offering special rates and premiums available exclusively during Restaurant Week.

New on the scene spring are restaurants such as Wolfgang Puck Pizza Bar in Palm Desert and The Purple Room in Palm Springs, joining returning favorites like Workshop Kitchen + Bar in Palm Springs; Cork & Fork in La Quinta; Catalan Restaurant in Rancho Mirage; and The Ace Hotel & Swim Club in Palm Springs. A full list of participants—with additional restaurants, hotels, and attractions is available at



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