Palm Springs, CA

PS Underground is a unique dining adventure with multi-course menus and themed entertainment. It got its start as a secret, pop up dining experience throughout the greater Palm Springs area in 2012, and now has had a permanent home in the Tahquitz River Estates Neighborhood of Palm Springs (next door to Koffi) since 2019. The company has long been popular with tourists, convention-goers, weekenders and snowbirds, but locals are discovering it as well, and flocking to PS Underground events. As a regular participant in Palm Springs’ annual Restaurant Week, this year PS Underground is showcasing its unique multi-course menu and celebrating the rich history of Palm Springs with a show called “Starstruck,” a salute to some of the many stars who have called Palm Springs home.  “Starstruck,” created exclusively for Restaurant Week, is being offered at a much-reduced price, in order to introduce Palm Springs-area diners to this unique concept in dining.

As with all PS Underground events, one of the key features is communal dining, where you make new friends around the table; a 4-course menu that is kept secret until you are served; and free-flowing beverages. All dietary restrictions are accommodated with advance notice. PS Underground co-owner and Chef David Horgen, who delights attendees with his themed and innovating menus, has been featured in several local cooking television shows, including “The Outdoor Gourmet” and “Living Better,” which have been featured on ABC, CBS or FOX networks in the Coachella Valley.

 “Starstruck” will feature music from stars who have lived or worked in Palm Springs including Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, Cher, Peggy Lee, Nat King Cole, Barry Manilow and many more. As with all their shows, the show features some of the top entertainers in the Coachella Valley.

Tickets are available on PSU’s website at www.psunderground.com. Restaurant week runs from Friday, June 3 to Saturday, June 11. Seating is limited, and diners are required to have an advanced reservation to attend. Cost is $99 per person and includes 4-course meal, show and free-flowing beverages.

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