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From SouthBayFoodies.com by Michael Jenkins, May 18, 2015. Zin American Bistro is one of the restaurants I visited on a progressive dinner with stops at a few of the most popular restaurants in Downtown Palm Springs.

The patio at Zin American Bistro.

From all the restaurants that Palm Springs has to offer, I picked Zin for happy hour and a truffle overload.  Their happy hour menu features a generous portion of truffle fries for just $6.

Truffle Fries.

And while they have $5 wells on the happy hour menu, descriptions of their signature cocktails enticed me to try a couple.  Of particular interest was the Dublin Tea ($10): Fresh cut ginger muddled with lemon and mixed with ginger beer and Jameson whiskey.

The Zin-jito ($10) also lured me in with Leblon Cachaca Rum and a muddled mix of fresh lime, mint, and blood oranges.

The Zin-jito on the left, and the  Dublin Tea on the right.

Along with their happy hour menu, Zin also features specially priced menu for lunch and early dinners.  For lunch, diners can take advantage of two courses for $16 from 11 AM – 3PM; around dinner time, the early the two course menu is $20 from 4:30 – 7 PM.