Dine for less at these Rancho Mirage restaurants
Greater Palm Springs Restaurant Week is the perfect time to revisit Rancho Mirage restaurants you love or to step into establishments you always wanted to try.
Visitors and residents of Greater Palm Springs are invited to “TREAT your heart out” May 31 through June 9 as more than 100 new and local favorites offer specially-priced menus with two-item lunches ($15, $20 and $25) and three-item dinners ($29, $39 and $49).
Dig into these dining options
360 Sports at Agua Caliente Resort Casino Spa Rancho Mirage: $20 Lunch: Enjoy a summer salad with mixed greens, feta cheese, pecans, oranges and carrots with a honey-citrus vinaigrette. Then choose between a prime burger or grilled chicken Caprese sandwich. $29 Dinner: A first course choice of tri-color tempura cauliflower, mozzarella sticks, or summer salad. Dine on a Wagyu beef burger, chicken Caprese sandwich or New York steak frites. Dessert is a choice of a Brandini Toffee s’mores sundae or chocolate chip cookie ice cream sandwich.
Waters Café at Agua Caliente Resort Casino Spa Rancho Mirage: $20 Lunch: Dine on a half serving of Chinese chicken salad and a café flat bread with a choice of classic Caprese, BBQ Chicken or the combo (pepperoni, sausage, and EVOO). $29 Dinner: First course choice features sweet corn soup or half serving of Chinese chicken salad. Second course selections include fish and chips or spaghetti and meatballs. Finish off with dessert of duo of lemon bar and berries, warm hazelnut butter cake or vanilla bean ice cream with caramel sauce.
Babe’s Bar-B-Que & Brewery: $20 Lunch: Your choice of soup, a BBQ sandwich or salad and a dessert flight. $39 Dinner: Your choice of soup, a house or Caesar salad, choice of any dinner menu item and a dessert of churros with chocolate dipping sauce.
Acqua California Bistro at The River: $20 Lunch: Heirloom tomato and watermelon salad followed by a choice of bistro steak and garlic truffle fries; grilled cheese stack and tomato soup; Portobello tacos; tilapia BLT sandwich or triple berry salad with grilled chicken breast. Plus, lemonade with blood orange and soda, and a dessert of mango sorbet, chocolate hazelnut panna cotta or homemade ice cream cookie sandwich. $39 Dinner: Heirloom tomato and watermelon salad followed by a choice of a triple berry salad, vichyssoise or Bay Shrimp Louie. The main course is a choice of filet mignon, sesame crusted scallops, lemon pepper half chicken, blackened fresh Atlantic salmon or rosemary and garlic crusted pork chop. Dessert choices include mango sorbet, chocolate hazelnut panna cotta or homemade ice cream cookie sandwich.
Bernie’s Rancho Mirage: $29 Dinner: First course choice of tomato bisque, Caesar salad or baked Sonoma County goat cheese. Then enjoy your choice of grilled top sirloin steak, house-smoked baby back ribs, sautéed Australian sea bass or toasted chickpea curry. Dessert is a choice of white chocolate mousse, mixed berry cobbler or flourless chocolate cake.
bluEmber at Omni Rancho Las Palmas Resort & Spa: $39 Dinner: Start with a choice of ahi lomi lomi, vichyssoise or quinoa tabbouleh. The main course choices include New York steak, Asian BBQ salmon, sage-dusted free-range chicken breast, or curry roasted cauliflower bowl. Dessert features a choice of flourless chocolate cake, burnt Mandarin manna cotta or imported Italian sorbet.
Pinzimini at The Westin Mission Hills Golf Resort & Spa: $39 Dinner: Choose from a first course of Tuscan kale chips, polpette or roasted local artichoke. Second course features crispy salmon, chicken parmigiana or pappardelle ala Butcher Block Bolognese. Dessert choices include tiramisu or Crimson King apple tart.
State Fare Bar + Kitchen at The Ritz-Carlton, Rancho Mirage: $20 Lunch: Enjoy choice of watermelon mint gazpacho or seasonal mixed greens salad. The main course choices include brisket sandwich, avocado toast or State Fare club sandwich. $49 Dinner: Start with roasted New York steak salad or fish ceviche. Second course choices include veal shank with red wine glaze, desert garden quinoa, or Skuna Bay salmon. Dessert is a lemon-lime inverted pie. Dinner includes ice tea and soft drinks.