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Wilma and Frieda’s is a bit out of the way in Palm Desert, but the comfort food here is exactly what you need after a long of mai tais. Don’t be distracted by its location next to a Saks Fifth Avenue in a fancy mall - the food is much better and more affordable than you’d expect. They serve stuff like short rib eggs benedict and a blackberry vanilla custard French toast, and all of it hovers around the $15 mark.

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The Best Places To Eat & Drink In Palm Springs

Palm Springs may be LA’s adult playground, but it’s also a dining destination to be reckoned with.

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