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3rd Corner

We have a new place to hang out in Palm Desert!


3rd Corner Wine Shop and Bistro


The site of our old "Palomino Restaurant" has been empty for a couple of years. We were thrilled that Restauranteur and "wine guy", Ed Moore, decided on Palm Desert for his newest endeavor. He has successful locations in Ocean Beach, Encinitas, and now Palm Desert! 8000 square feet of fun that includes a well-stocked retail wine shop, a wine bar, and restaurant!


It has only been open a week, but good news travels fast! Brad and I checked it out last week, and returned Saturday night with Shannon, Nancy and Bill.


There are some cool decorating touches in this large space: Cork walls with wine crate art, great lamps and light fixtures!




There's MORE good news: great staff! We enjoyed Drew, our server, and Sean, the friendliest bartender!


There is also a good menu. We tried a pate sampler, melted Humbolt fog cheese with mushrooms, and a duck confit, brie, arugula and caramelized onion flatbread!



So grab a friend...


and check out 3rd Corner!


Comments (5)

Looks like a great place to spend an evening with friends!

And what a fun time we had! I'm glad we could all get together. I have some photos too, and I will be posting them later today.

I am drooling - I LOVE Humbolt Fog cheese. . . and the wine. MMMM It looks like a fun spot to hand out.

Great spot-I've been to the one in Encinitas.

Barb Cabot:

Great to see all the happy faces of friends together. Nice corner to have in the hood Palma.

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