SHOP LOCAL AND DINE OUT COACHELLA VALLEY
Rancho Mirage, CA – It is more important than ever to support local businesses and nonprofit organizations; with Taste of Summer Rancho Mirage, it’s super fun and so easy! The entire community gets involved.
It’s a true WIN-WIN-WIN event:
- Restaurants keep busy during the summer months
- Local nonprofits and the chamber sell the wristbands to fundraise after a very hard year
- Residents get to enjoy delicious food, cool treats and GREAT specials!
- July 15-August 15, 2021
- WRISTBANDS HERE
Get your $10 wristband today grab those great deals, enjoy your much-loved favorites and try some new spots this summer, too. Specials vary by location.
Participating restaurants as of today (Check back for updates!):
Brandini Toffee, Krispy Kreme Doughnuts, The Slice – N.Y. Style Pizzeria Ristorante, Maracas Mexican Cantina & Grill, Ben & Jerry’s at The River, Dickey’s Barbeque Pit, Babe’s Barbeque and Brewhouse, Norma’s Italian Kitchen, Pinzimini at the Westin Mission Hills Golf Resort & Spa, Shame on the Moon, Dringk Eatery & Bar, Si Bon, Acqua California Bistro, Las Casuelas Nuevas, Pangaea Cuisine and more!
Nonprofits selling wristbands:
United Cerebral Palsy Inland Empire, Elder Love USA, Variety – The Children’s Charity, Desert 4 Baggers, CV Volunteers in Medicine, Friends of the Desert Mountains, American Cancer Foundation Discovery Shop, Coral Mountain Foundation, Rancho Mirage Library Foundation, CREATE Center for the Arts, Coachella Valley Rescue Mission, JPL Bible Church, Lifestream Blood Bank, Animal Samaritans, Desert Futbol Club, Boys and Girls Club of Cathedral City, Rotary Club of Rancho Mirage, Riverside Sheriff’s Association, Braille Institute, Children’s Discovery Museum of the Desert, Rancho Mirage Chamber and more!
“We invite everyone to participate to make an impact and enjoy this summer as we open back up. Taste of Summer Rancho Mirage is the perfect way to bring our community together and show support for restaurants and nonprofit organizations that have been put through the ringer over the past year and a half. While we have made many changes throughout the crisis, the chamber’s mission to support business, jobs, nonprofits and residents has not stopped. ” – Katie Stice, CEO, Rancho Mirage Chamber of Commerce
Media contact: Katie Stice, CEO, Rancho Mirage Chamber: (760) 568-9351 or Katie.Stice@RanchoMirage.org