La Quinta, California is a vacation destination that caters to travelers looking to make the most of scenery, sun, and access to fun alike. Whether you’re the type of adventurer who can’t wait to shop, hike, make the most of top performance venues or simply relax at your own pace, you’ll find La Quinta offers up options to enjoy the best of it all and more. It’s also a place where you can savor the flavors of your stay in style. When you’re here and looking to make the most of local fare and fantastic cocktails too, be sure to add a stop to your itinerary at Morgan’s in the Desert, a superb restaurant at La Quinta Resort.
A Coachella Valley Experience That’s One of a Kind
Morgan’s in the Desert is found at 49499 Eisenhower Drive in La Quinta and serves savory options to the public daily between 5:00 pm and 10:00 pm. This destination is designed around New American style and fare within the greater La Quinta Resort & Club. Upon arrival, guests are greeted by elegant hacienda-inspired décor and have options to dine indoors or in the lush courtyard. Mountain views and towering palms set the scene for an amazing meal and the service at Morgan’s in the Desert is notoriously top-notch.
Menu Must-Try’s While You’re Here
Many of the menu items available to enjoy at Morgan’s in the Desert highlight the best of Coachella Valley fare, giving guests an opportunity to dine local and support the places they’ve come to explore. Starter options here include everything from beef carpaccio and lemon pepper salad to curry cauliflower as well. When it’s time to move on to the main dish, selections like Chilean sea bass, pea risotto, and braised short rib promise to be palate-pleasing. While it’s hard to go wrong with a porcini filet, the Jidori chicken is always a crowd pleaser too. No matter what you order up, plates at Morgan’s in the Desert can easily be enhanced with mouthwatering sides like creamed spinach, grilled asparagus, ginger corn, lobster truffle mac, or whipped potatoes. Top it all off with a coconut brioche pudding or a tiramisu bomb followed by a post-dinner cocktail like the thin mint or key lime pie featuring vodka, key lime juice, and cream served with a graham cracker rim.