For a Taste of Palm Spring, Toast at Le Vallauris
Touring is an adventure activity that may include sports, but should always widen our perspective and allow us to appreciate other cultures by doing things we take for granted differently. We all have differing levels of expectation and the fun begins when one discovers a place that so inviting, one actually wants to return repeatedly. Somewhere between the technological splendor of the glass cathedral and the Romanesque architecture of the Rose bowl lays an American adult wonderland in the quaint little town of Palm Springs. Therein you will find a surprising jewel. This place is named Le Vallauris, after a French Mediterranean seashore village with a proud history of pottery art and artful living. It is an eating place worthy of your experimentation.
There are many excellent that things one may try while touring this Southern California settlement… the golf, tennis, and camping facilities are of world class quality; but the one thing you should do is to dine at Le Vallauris under the giant Ficus palms on the exquisite patio. For those who have never been to the south of France, this cuisine is unforgettable from the eye-popping appetizers through each sumptuous course to undeniable deserts. One need not imagine what one can experience. Destination Palm Springs takes on a refreshingly new meaning when one is dining in this place.
As first time guests settle down in comfortably upholstered seating, they quickly come to appreciate the cordiality of a staff whose manners are so delightful that they serve to heighten the ambience of every meal. Exploring Le Vallauris’ extensive wine list creates opportunities for engineering special moments that you will cherish and your guests will never let you forget. Toasting to the good times at hand and those to come is easy when perfect glasses of something special are on your table.
Le Vallauris serves French cuisine in the old school classical form that compliments your romantic endeavor, award meeting, private lunch or Easter Brunch. For the locals who enjoy life’s refined things, gratification often comes by referring family and friends to the Le Vallauris restaurant. This Palm Springs institution has delivered satisfying results for over thirty-seven years. The combination of great food, prepared by world renowned Chef Jean Paul Lair; and the pleasing decorum conserved by master restaurateur Paul Bruggemans, will etch Palm Springs on your pallet. Bring your wedding, reunion, or birthday party and indulge in the finest in French Mediterranean cookery and personal hospitality.
Le Vallauris is open 7 days a week from 11.30 a.m. to 2.30 p.m. and 5.00 p.m. to 10.30 p.m. You can visit Le Vallauris online at www.levallauris.com.
“Le Vallauris is not only the best restaurant here, I would rank it as one of the best restaurants in the world.”
Jerry Berns, The 21 Club, New York City