If you’d like to learn more about some of the great restaurants, accommodations, shopping, spas, outdoor activities, family fun, night life and more here in the Coachella Valley, check out the August edition of The Guide Magazine, published by Palm Springs Life Magazine. Here’s a peak at what’s inside:
· The Guide | Cool Beans: Some suggestions on where and how to celebrate Iced Coffee Day on August 26th, including sipping a Café De Olla Cold Brew at Café La Jefa in Palm Springs, a Java Tuxedo at Java Caliente in the new Agua Caliente Casino Cathedral City or a Banana Coffee at Ding Tea in La Quinta.
· The Guide | Fresh Aluminaire: A quick update on the reconstruction of the Aluminaire House at it’s new permanent home next to the Palm Springs Art Museum.
· The Guide | Q&A | Best Suds: Meet Rey Romero and Sam Gill, owners of the Las Palmas Brewing in Palm Springs, where they create and serve no-frills craft beer.
· The Guide | Getaway Guide: The Greater Palm Springs Convention & Visitor’s Bureau and Palm Springs Life Magazine put their heads together to come up with some suggestions for travelers and locals to find their chill in the Desert this summer. In this magazine within a magazine, the suggestions include:
o Check In Chill Out: A look at some of the historic hotels, micro boutiques and luxury resorts in the Greater Palm Springs area that cater to a wide variety of travelers, like Palm Springs’ Margaritaville Resort, Parker Palm Springs and Saguaro Palm Springs, Rancho Mirage’s Agua Caliente Resort Casino Spa, Ritz-Carlton and Omni Rancho Las Palmas Resort & Spa and Palm Desert’s JW Marriott Desert Springs Resort & Spa and Hotel Paseo;
o Drinks & Eats: Suggestions to help you find your fill of farm-fresh fare, inspiring cuisine and creative cocktails, including American cuisine at June Hills’ Table in La Quinta, The Nest in Indian Wells, both the Tommy Bahama Restaurant & Bar and the Kaiser Grille in Palm Desert and Trio and PSUnderground in Palm Springs;
o Family Fun: Learn and discover alongside the kiddos and make lasting memories that the entire family will cherish at playtime places like Boomers in Cathedral City, the EscapeRoom in Palm Springs or the Fantasy Lanes 24- hour bowling lanes at the Fantasy Springs Resort Casino in Indio;
o Retail Therapy: Greater Palm Springs is a shopper’s dream with well curated boutiques, vintage thrift stores, marvelous markets and ritzy retailers. You can do some splurge worthy shopping at the El Paseo Shopping District or CODA Gallery in Palm Desert or some budget conscious shopping at the Cabazon Outlets or Desert Hills Premium Outlets in Cabazon;
o Greater Outdoors: Create lasting memories with championship golf, high octane thrills and unique nature experiences. For the golfers in the crowd, get teed off at the Escena Golf Club in Palm Springs, Desert Willow Golf Resort and the Classic Club in Palm Desert, the Indian Wells Golf Resort in Indian Wells or SilverRock Resort in La Quinta;
o Culture Bound: Soak up an array of art, marvel at unparalleled architecture, take in a show or learn about some fascinating history across Greater Palm Springs. Check out the Coachella Walls murals in the City of Coachella, the Coachella Valley Historical Museum in Indio and the Old Town Artisan Studios in La Quinta;
o Relax & Restore: Ease your mind and rejuvenate your body at one of Greater Palm Springs’ superb spas like The Spa at the Westin Mission Hills Golf Resort & Spa or the Ritz-Carlton Spa in Ranchi Mirage, The Well Spa at the Miramonte Indian Wells Resort & Spa or the St. Somewhere Spa at The Margaritaville Resort in Palm Springs;
o Night Life: After the sun sets, Palm Springs still sizzles with lively gaming, great theater experiences and other activities worth staying up for. For party time, try one of the Agua Caliente Casinos three locations in Palm Springs, Cathedral City or Rancho Mirage, the Augustine Casino in Coachella and the Fantasy Springs Resort Casino or Spotlight 29 Casino in Indio;
· The Guide | Concierge: Your guide to restaurants, arts, attractions, events, nightlife, etc. in the Greater Palm Springs area.
· The Guide | Map: Our favorite map of the Coachella Valley.
· The Guide | Lasting Impression: A quick look at artist David Morris’ Rainmaker sculpture, located in Palm Springs’ Francis Stevens Park at the start of the Uptown Design District.
The August 2021 edition of The Guide Magazine is now available free of charge, in print at select locations across the Coachella Valley, and online at: https://digital-palmspringslife.com/guide/2021-august/
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