When the Viceroy Palm Springs became the Avalon Hotel, not only did we get a great new place to stay, but also an ideal new poolside restaurant to go along with it. It’s a calm, pleasant setting, and the Latin-ish brunch menu will help soak up last night’s margaritas.
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