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When Walter Morgan first opened the La Quinta Hotel in 1926, his dream was to provide a welcoming desert escape for his friends and family. Throughout the ensuing decades, that dream has blossomed, and today TWENTY6 sits at the heart of La Quinta Resort providing the time-honored hospitality that Mr. Morgan so loved. Our focus is chef-driven modern American cuisine, using local, sustainable sources whenever possible. Our passion is providing exceptional service, our hallmark since 1926.
49499 Eisenhower Drive
La Quinta, CA 92253
American, Comfort Food, Burgers
Hours of Operation:
Monday - Friday: 7:00am - 11:00am
Saturday - Sunday: 7:00am - 11:30am
Bar: 10:00am - 12:00am
Lunch: 11:00am - 3:00pm
Dinner: 5:00pm - 10:00pm
Washington, Eisenhower, Avenida Fernando
$30 and under
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
(760) 564-4111 ext. 7515
For Catering information contact:
Ph: (760) 777 5821
Fx: (760) 564 7656
Self-parking also available.
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Cafe, Cigar Room, Cocktails, Corkage Fee, Counter Seating, Entertainment, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, View, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
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Dining at La Quinta Resort and PGA WEST feeds the senses. The aromatic essences of freshly prepared, locally sourced ingredients emanate from richly colorful dishes that are a feast for the eyes. Whatever your taste in dining, La Quinta Resort and PGA West serves an unforgettable experience.
TWENTY6 Ratings and Reviews
The ambience is great, sitting outside for dinner was very nice. The service was friendly. The food is just mediocre and overpriced for the quality. Drinks are really expensive, with $14 for a (very small and not very exciting) cocktail. It just seemed too high a bill for what we got. I would not come again.
Post remodel it looks nice. The tall long tables in the bar area are fine EXCEPT for the tall chairs. The seat of the chair needs to be about 2 inches deeper, you feel like you’re going to fall off the chair and therefore need to lean on the table. We were a party of eight and the guys in the group were somewhat OK with that but for the ladies (with booty) it was really uncomfortable.
Food as always was super.
We had breakfast at Twenty6 and decided to come back for dinner in part because we couldn't get an early reservation at Adobe Grill. The breakfasts are fine, and I can recommend Twenty6 for breakfast, but dinner was -- meh. We started with a salad that seemed like it had been sitting in a bowl for awhile -- limp and pretty blah. My husband had a filet that was good, but I ordered the special of the day -- chicken pot pie -- and it had almost no chicken in it; it reminded me of canned cream of chicken soup. I won't come back for dinner. Service was fine, and it's a nice, comfortable place, but it was a disappointing dinner.
Completely disappointed and a waste of $200. I ordered the filet which I had to send back to have it cooked through thoroughly, the mac & cheese was terrible the vegetables were cold the whiskey mule did not taste correct. The presentation was boring & uneventful for the price . Overall I will not return and again thought that was a waste of money.
A decent place but pretty overpriced. My filet was fantastic and I liked that I could order a "carafe" of wine instead of a glass, which was a 9 oz. pour and made it a better value. Service was good, though the restaurant was very loud. And they did not have a record of my OpenTable reservation, despite the fact that I had a confirmation email showing it went through.
My husband and I live across the street and frequent Twenty-6 often. But this time we brought über snobby LA foodie friends with us and I am so crazy happy you delivered!
All of the service was perfect. Erik was our head server and was amazing. The food was outstanding, as always.
We even closed the place down!
Extatic about our experience at Twenty-6.
It was a very hot afternoon and there were only a handful of people in the restaurant but all the servers were friendly and helpful to us. They brought us lots of ice and orange wedges and seated us under the air conditioning vents to cool down. They even brought us amazing salted caramel chocolate covered vanilla ice cream pops. Love the beet and quinoa salad.
The service was not very good. We had a reservation, but we were still seated late. For dinner, The salads were great! The pot pie was not. Lunch was good... but service was still not great. Outside seating is lovely though... in the beautiful resort. Bartender was the only person that gave us great service.
We had a very nice lunch, and though it was warm, we sat outside and for the most part it was comfortable. Just so nice to enjoy the outside seating. The service was excellent, they made us feel special. The food was also very good, this is a great place to meet friends for lunch when you can sit outside.
We had a reservation for 6 people and were very disappointed that our reservation wasn't treated with any special thought. We were seated in the bar Vs the main dinning area which meant it was very noisy & the service was slow & confusing! An example of that would be that we had two salads ordered in our group and after the two individuals finished their salads another server came out with two more salads again after they had already been served and finished.
We were staying at La Quinta Resort and chose this restaurant because it has a patio to enjoy the beautiful spring weather and it's right off the upper patio area that has live music. The ambiance is nice and casual. The menu is great for appealing to all tastes. One in our group had a burger, one had grilled chicken and two had steak. All dishes were prepared wonderfully.
This was a subpar experience, but pretty much what I would expect in the middle of a resort like La Quinta. The food wasn't too bad, but the service was poor. We got the duck, steak, mussels and caesar salad. The mussels, steak and mashed potatoes were great. The caesar salad wasn't very good mostly because the croutons were stale, pretty bad for the price we paid. The duck wasn't horrible, but bland and boring. While the man who greeted and seated us was very friendly and professional, our server was slow, unattentive and unprofessional. He made it clear with his body language, tone of voice and choice of words that all he cared about was how many items we ordered and how much money he made off our dinner. Meanwhile, he took forever to bring our food and forgot the extra side of mashed potatos we ordered. I would have given him a lousy tip if the busser/woman who brought us water wasn't so nice and attentive. Last but not least, I got a glimpse of the kitchen on the way back from the restroom and it looked absolutley filthy!!! I recommend avoiding this place if you can, but if you can't, it's not the worst food ever...
New York Steak was $40 and came out undercooked. They recooked it for me and it came out right the second time, but it's still a bad look. Service was very slow. My wife said her salmon ($30) was just fine, nothing more. Sides were all average at best.
On the whole, there wasn't much incredibly wrong with this meal, but there was also nothing really right about it. I get that I'm paying extra because it's a hotel, but I expect the food to reflect quality if I'm paying more.
If you're staying at La Quinta, go upstairs to Adobe. It's cheaper and significantly better. Twenty6 is overpriced American public food done not that well.
The service was slow and unorganized. Our appetizer never arrived. The two kids meals were delivered after the adults had finished eating. The waiter, Eduardo, acted like he was doing us a favor by taking the appetizer (we never received) and kids meals off the bill!
Love this casual restaurant at LaQuinta Resort! Dining outside is enjoyable not only for the beautiful flowers and fountains but it gives parents a spot to entertain their child during dinner. The hillside was filled with children playing with each other and not at all a bother to those dining. The menu is casual and varied so it will please all types of palates and wide range of ages. Food arrives quickly, is great quality and always enjoyable. Service is outstanding with everyone working as a team to provide great customer service. Treat yourself and your family to this little hidden gem at LaQuinta Resort!
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