Where to get the best spaghetti in Palm Springs

Find out where to get the best spaghetti in Palm Springs Photo courtesy of Morguefile, used with permission
As originally seen in AXS: Where to get the best spaghetti in Palm Springs By: Taylor Rios  AXS Contributor Sep 11, 2015 2293101481651165417616y2015m09d11 Find out where to get the best spaghetti in Palm Springs Photo courtesy of Morguefile, used with permission Spaghetti is the ultimate comfort food, but it also eaten to celebrate or just because it is a simple, delicious meal. It is the perfect meal after a hard day at work or to celebrate a special event, like a graduation. There
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Palm Spring’s Alicante – A Desert Health Review

Olive Tapa
When restaurateur Mindy Reed, owner of award-winning Zin American Bistro, was looking to rebrand her second restaurant, Zini Café, her top priority was to satisfy leading requests from her customers. First on the list was a name change as Zin and Zini often created confusion when meeting friends. Second was the menu. “We see more and more people moving towards healthier choices, smaller plates and specific dietary preferences,” said Reed. “So that was a leading consideration.” Thirdly, was the desire for late night dining. “We heard
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IE Weekly – Alicante

Fresh Tapas
Alicante marries together some tasty Spanish and Mediterranean dishes—don’t let Yelp tell you different By Bill Gerdes The Spanish beachside city of Alicante lies about three hours south of Barcelona by train. The Spanish (mostly) restaurant Alicante lies in Palm Springs—on South Palm Canyon Drive to be precise. Both are slightly underrated. The one in Spain boasts some nice restaurants on its hot and crowded beaches, as well as the imposing Castillo de Santa Barbara, a castle dating back to the 16th
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10 Best – Best Bets for Small Plates and Tapas in Palm Springs

octopus tapas
By Marissa Willman #4 – Alicante Alicante opened in downtown Palm Springs in early 2013, serving authentic Spanish dishes and tapas on South Palm Canyon Drive. Your tapas spread or Spanish-inspired entree is best enjoyed with a glass of wine from Alicante’s discerning wine menu, which features reds and whites from Spain, France, Italy, Argentina and California. Owner Mindy Reed, a self-professed wino, carefully curates the wine menu, which is offered at $6, $8 and $10 price points per glass. During
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Ten great summer restaurant deals for the Valley

The menu at Alicante offers Spanish Mediterranean choices, including pizza and tapas. (Photo: Kevin Steele)
As originally seen in The Desert Sun  Everett Cook, The Desert Sun The Coachella Valley is in the midst of a food revival. Post-recession, new restaurants and chefs are flooding the area to create a competitive landscape in an area that previously saw many of its best establishments close for the summer. It’s not hyperbole to say that residents and vacationers have more options for food here than ever before. Even with this newfound culinary revival, restaurant owners in the
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