Indio, CA: The Chamber hosted a successful Third Annual Taste of Indio last week. The event reached it’s capacity for ticket sales and played to a sold out audience of 400 attendees. Taste of Indio was held at Jackalope Ranch for the first time, treating participants to a unique blend of great food and live music in their outdoor gardens. Taste of Indio is put on in partnership with the Greater Coachella Valley Chamber of Commerce (GCVCC) and the City of Indio.
“We held the event the last two years in the gardens of Shields,” says Joshua Bonner, President and CEO of the GCVCC. “They were spectacular hosts, but it’s nice to be able to move the event around so guests can get a flavor for different spots in Indio. Jackalope Ranch is definitely a unique place, and the attendees seemed to have a great time at the venue.”
In all, fifteen restaurants signed on to bring guests a variety of culinary delights. From Jackalope’s pulled pork sliders (pictured), to Sip’s cucumber jalapeno drink, there was definitely something for everyone.