Gertrude's at the Desert Botanical Garden
Located just inside the Desert Botanical Garden Gertrude’s dining experience pairs delicious cuisine with lush desert ambiance. The restaurant offers diners top-quality seasonal menus and libations that showcase local ingredients from artisans and farmers. The ingredient-driven dishes meld the freshest produce with purveyors’ artisanal products to create extraordinarily fresh and unexpected flavors. Originally used as a greenhouse, Gertrude’s occupies the renovated sustainable space that previously held the plant and gift shops. Gertrude’s was named for Mrs. Gertrude Divine Webster, an environmentalist ahead of her time, who founded the Desert Botanical Garden in 1939. Gertrude’s serves lunch, dinner, and weekend brunch.