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The Tropicale

The quintessential Palm Springs restaurant, The Tropicale is a festive eatery with neon-lit exterior, a retro interior, and a tropical patio. There’s an eclectic menu with weekly specials and amazing cocktails to wash it all down.

The Tropicale



Reservoir at the Arrive Hotel allows you to sit outside and take in the nearby mountains from right near the hotel pool while eating some amazing food. It’s an all-dayer serving everything from fried chicken to shrimp ceviche.


Mister Parker’s

Hidden behind a velvet curtain, you’ll find Mister Parker's, an eclectic bistro serving French cuisine, with minimal lighting, dark-wood paneling, a mirrored ceiling and seductive artwork.

Mister Parkers


Gyoro Gyoro

Great sushi and a whole lot more at this authentic, yet inventive, Japanese establishment run by a giant Tokyo-based operator. Lively atmosphere where you can dine indoors or in the courtyard.



Perfect on a breezy desert evening, Birba serves up handcrafted cocktails, and Italian-influenced meats, salads, pasta and pizzas to a chic yet lively crowd in its open air courtyard.




Locals arrive early to avoid waiting in line for the famous brunch at popular Cheeky's. The restaurant and outdoor patio serve from a menu that changes weekly, featuring local and organic produce.


Chi Chi

Chi Chi at The Avalon serves California-style meals with a distinct Mexican influence for breakfast, lunch and dinner. You can sit inside or by the pool and wash it all done with some of their signature cocktails like the very refreshing Desert Jewel.

Chi Chi



Jake’s delivers a bright atmosphere that works for lunch or dinner. They specialize in sandwiches and salads at lunch, while at dinner it gets more substantial. Weekend brunch is popular and fills up quickly, so reservations are recommended.



Frankinbun serves a wide selection of all-natural sausages and dogs, of both meat and vegetarian varieties. They’re all served on Parisian-style baguettes, and you go for a more crazy combo like the Chicken and Waffle on a Stick.



The Rooster & The Pig

Always busy, you’ll need to get your name down on the list and come back later! It’s worth it as this Vietnamese restaurant strives to serve only the freshest ingredients across its menu of both traditional and innovative delights.


Workshop Kitchen & Bar

Modern-yet-rustic spot for upmarket, gourmet farm-to-table American eats and seasonal specialty cocktails. Enjoy a contemporary experience in the dining room, or a leisurely meal under the olive tree in the historic El Paseo Building.

Workshop Kitchen


Mr. Lyons

For the meat eaters, Mr. Lyons offers a thorougly modern and updated take on a classic steakhouse environment. In the more casual lounge area, you'll find lighter options like steak salad and steak tartare, along with an impressive cocktail list heavy on the classics.


Sherman’s Deli

A touch of old school Palm Springs with Sherman’s Deli serving up New York Kosher-style fare from morning to night, alongside specialty cakes and other baked goods.

Sherman's Deli


King’s Highway

The Ace Hotel's King's Highway restaurant is a former Denny's and still has a retro cool diner feel – even extending to the menu where you’ll find such faves as a tuna melt, tacos, burgers and even a Baklava Sundae.

Kings Highway


Manhattan In The Desert

Serving fabulous bagels and lox, waffles or omelettes for breakfast, specially prepared mile-high sandwiches of corn beef, pastrami, brisket or beef for lunch, plus complete dinner selections, it’s just like your grandma used to make it at Manhattan In The Desert.


Purple Palm Restaurant

Purple walls with palm trees on them set the festive mood at this upscale eatery at The Colony Palms Hotel. An approachable Californian menu has items sourced from local and organic farms to bring you the best of what’s in season.

Purple Palm


Las Casuelas Original

The more intimate cousin of Las Casuelas Terraza, Las Casuelas Original has been family owned since 1958. Small and quaint, this timeless landmark continues to share authentic and traditional Mexican cuisine that so many have loved in the very same location for over 50 years.


Trio Restaurant

Serving traditional Midwest comfort food combined with a Californian contemporary edge, Trio is a lively and upbeat place all year round. Its décor matches the mood of the crowd with vibrant splashes of color and an amazing art collection.