Take a rustic restaurant and a not so rustic chef who takes his persona and melds it with the setting and what he gives you is Morgan’s in the Desert a hidden gem of a restaurant that provides a winning menu from the opening to the end of the night
Le Vallauris has been satisfying fans of French cuisine in Palm Springs for thirty six years. When Paul Bruggemans opened his restaurant in the ‘70s, French food was not on the map in the Coachella Valley
If you’re heading to Palm Springs, you simply must pay a visit to Melvyn’s. This restaurant proudly claims that anyone of note who’s been to the desert in the last twenty five years has paid a visit to this legendary eatery
One of the newest dining spots in Los Angeles is also one of the most beautiful. Blue Velvet, an unlikely hideaway in Downtown L.A., is a treat, not only for the tummy, but for the eyes. If you can find it
The 3rd annual Los Angeles Luxury Chocolate Salon is basically a convention hall filled with fine, rich, artisanal chocolates in an unbelievable range of flavors and textures where you can eat as much as you want
Chances are you will probably never stumble upon Akasaka. I was taken there by a friend, but I had to earn it. After discussing my love for food and especially sushi with my friend David, he decided I was worthy
Consistency. That’s the key to Ian McPhee’s culinary success in Templeton, California. The chef/proprietor of McPhee’s, which has been a popular bar and grill in California’s central coast for fifteen years, believes consistency is vital
So the ongoing drug war in Mexico has found you a little less than excited to cross the border. Even so, who’s to say that you have to lose out on the many flavorful dishes and cocktails that find their home south of the border?