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20 Essential Palm Springs Restaurants

Where to dine in Southern California’s desert hideaway

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An actual fun summer will be making its return in mere weeks, and if relaxing with a pool-heavy weekend in the desert is part of your upcoming best-life agenda, you’re not alone. Southern Californians are hitting Palm Springs in droves right now, which is good news for the city’s growing array of restaurants at the ready with expanded outdoor seating and reopened dining rooms. Whether you want to pop back into a go-to favorite or try one of the many newbies on the scene, here are 20 essential Palm Springs area restaurants to hit during your next desert jaunt. Restaurants are listed geographically.

The latest CDC guidance for vaccinated diners during the COVID-19 outbreak is here; dining out still carries risks for unvaccinated diners and workers. Please be aware of changing local rules, and check individual restaurant websites for any additional restrictions such as mask requirements. Find a local vaccination site here.

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Note: Restaurants on this map are listed geographically.

1. Boozehounds Palm Springs

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2080 N Palm Canyon Dr
Palm Springs, CA 92262
(760) 656-0067
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Dogs are encouraged at this massive new restaurant/bar/lounge with an expansive outdoor patio centered around welcoming both humans and their four-legged friends (dog menu included). The tropical-meets-midcentury space is filled with velvet banquettes, neon signs, plenty of greenery, and a wall dedicated to the owners’ pups. The Asian-influenced menu features some standout crudo including Tasmanian ocean trout and Japanese yellowtail with charred tangelo along with sharable plates and a smattering of entrees like the Miso sea bass fish and chips. The cocktail program is extensive and features frozen and tap offerings as well. During the day, the lounge flips to an espresso bar and co-working space.

2. Sandfish by Engin Onural

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1556 N Palm Canyon Dr
Palm Springs, CA 92262
(760) 537-1022
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Last year, chef-owner Engin Onural pivoted to become one of the top takeout guys in town, sending diners home with carefully crafted hand-stamped boxes of his super-fresh sushi nigiri, sashimi, and maki rolls, internationally-influenced dishes from the kitchen, and Japanese whiskey Old Fashioned kits. He’s since transformed his parking lot into a groovy mini-container park with plenty of open-air seating and a DJ on weekends. Or you can grab a table inside his sleek indoor dining room or adjacent street-facing patio.

3. 1501 Uptown

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1501 N Palm Canyon Dr
Palm Springs, CA 92262
(760) 320-1501
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After the debacle that was Draughtsman shuttered last year, restaurateurs Chad Gardner (Roly Chinese Fusion, 533 Viet Fusion) and Willie Rhine (Eight4Nine) have banded together to flip the airy standalone space near the Arrive Hotel into a neighborhood gastropub with roll-up glass doors and plenty of wraparound patio space. The all-day menu features both bar fare like sweet-and-spicy wings, onion rings, and burgers along with salads and entrees. There’s also a serious gin cocktail menu and lots of craft beers.

4. Biscuit and Counter at the Tiki Hotel

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1333 N Indian Canyon Dr
Palm Springs, CA 92262

Historically, killer breakfast sandwiches in Palm Springs have been few and far between, but we may finally have a winner. This biscuit-centric pop-up that spent the last six months at Uptown’s Cole Hotel is the brainchild of a duo that includes chef Lance Velasquez, who mastered the art of biscuitry after spending several years cooking in Murrieta, Georgia. They’ll be taking June off but will return July 1 inside a new space at the Tiki Hotel. The plan is to tweak the menu a bit, but you’ll likely still spot signature buttermilk biscuits paired with butter and jam or mushrooms and low country-style gravy and the over-the-top with an egg-and-bacon sandwich smothered in pimento cheese or stacked with chicken sausage, spicy mayo, and cheddar. Look for a weekends-only drive-through in Downtown Palm Springs later this year. 

5. Workshop Kitchen + Bar

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800 N Palm Canyon Dr
Palm Springs, CA 92262
(760) 459-3451
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Here at chef Michael Beckman’s longstanding hot spot, look for an array of innovative veggie-forward farmers market-driven dishes like Scarlet runner beans with collard greens and black garlic; and kohlrabi-and-celery-root soup as well as heartier offerings like a duck leg confit, house-made sausages, and a ribeye with bone marrow butter, plus several wood-fired pizza options. Next up: Look for Beckman to bring an outpost to LA inside the former Odys + Penelope space on La Brea this August.

6. Birba Palm Springs

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622 N Palm Canyon Dr
Palm Springs, CA 92262
(760) 327-5678
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From the same crew behind breakfast juggernaut Cheeky’s and steakhouse Mr. Lyons, Birba is still bustling with its sprawling outdoor patio, excellent farm-to-table fare, and pizza that rivals any favorites back in LA. Keep it traditional with a margherita pie or go for something more adventurous like the one with prosciutto, honey, and chile oil. The homemade pastas are worth a try too, while the Italian-focused wine list has plenty of worth selections.  

7. Tac/Quila

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415 N Palm Canyon Dr
Palm Springs, CA 92262
(760) 417-4471
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The couple behind the French-inspired FARM is also running this popular modern Mexican spot along the Palm Canyon main drag. The bar boasts innovative margaritas including ones made with date tequila, mezcal, and grapefruit and your meal might include a bright white fish ceviche, al pastor and carne asada tacos, and a variety of fajitas, nachos, and stuffed poblanos. The outdoor patio now spills out into the sidewalk and street, plus an extra space out back for ample outdoor seating options.

8. The Tropicale Palm Springs

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330 E Amado Rd
Palm Springs, CA 92262
(760) 866-1952
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This splashy pink restaurant with an Old Havana supper club vibe has a perennially busy patio, especially during its fabled happy hour which offers discounted food and bargain drinks. The massive menu skews global with Moroccan lamb meatballs, ahi poke bowls, skirt steak asada, and the kitchen’s best-selling buttermilk fried chicken with succotash. Look for specialty martinis and tropical-inspired cocktails and a fun brunch scene, too. 

9. El Patio

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139 E Andreas Rd
Palm Springs, CA 92262
(760) 832-6332
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The family behind local strip mall Mexican joint Felipe’s has opened a second venue in a colorful courtyard space in town that’s heavy on vacation vibes. You’ll find a traditional array of tacos, enchiladas, and burritos along with specialties like camarones a la diabla, a carnitas platter, and an array of ceviches, in addition to lots of reasonably priced margaritas. When the music gets turned up, it means a nearby table just ordered a round of tequila shots. Hey, they’re probably on vacation.

10. The Heyday

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400 E Tahquitz Canyon Way
Palm Springs, CA 92262
(760) 297-6937
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The duo behind this smashburger spot offering first gained a faithful following at Palm Springs’ Thursday night street fair VillageFest, later shifting to pop-up form. Now they’ve settled into a permanent space inside the Hilton hotel, where they sell their Harris Ranch beef cheeseburgers, fried chicken sandwiches, and mushroom burgers on potato buns as well as loaded fries and an impressive house salad.

11. Rooster and the Pig

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356 S Indian Canyon Dr
Palm Springs, CA
(760) 832-6691
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In response to the shutdown, chef-owner Tai Spendley began offering takeout at his tucked-away Vietnamese-American gem for the first time in the restaurant’s six-year history. That meant the nightly crowds that used to line up for a chance at a table were replaced by a parking lot filled with equally committed customers grabbing curbside pickup as the dining room stayed shuttered. The restaurant is still going the takeout-only route for now (with plans to reopen onsite dining with full service after a summer hiatus), rotating in specials along with signature fan favorites including the crunchy Jasmine tea leaf salad, pork belly fried rice, and crispy turmeric cod.

12. Townie Bagels

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650 E Sunny Dunes Rd #5
Palm Springs, CA 92264
(760) 459-4555
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Lead baker and co-owner Andy Wysocki and co-owner Bill Sanderson started selling bagels out of their home and at the Saturday farmers market before opening this casual store in 2015. The water-boiled bagels are some of the best in Southern California, while the kitchen puts out other baked goods every day.

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13. Chef Tanya's Kitchen

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706 S Eugene Rd
Palm Springs, CA 92264
(760) 832-9007
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Hidden away in an industrial complex is Tanya Petrovna bastion of meatless fare. This takeout-only spot offers a selection of sides including an eggless egg salad, smoked chicken pasta, and Moroccan-spiced cauliflower, while heartier offerings include entree-sized salads, sandwiches, and tempeh burgers. Last year, Petrovna rejiggered the small space to become a mini-market with produce, bottled dressings, her housemade seitan-based deli meats by the pound, take-and-bake lasagna, and plenty of plant-based desserts.

14. Bar Cecil

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1555 S Palm Canyon Dr
Palm Springs, CA 92264
(442) 332-3800 
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The crew behind boutique hotels Sparrows Lodge and Holiday House recently flipped this former sushi spot into a posh restaurant anchored by a wood and marble bar and wrapped in bold wallpapers and poppy art. In the kitchen, executive chef Gabe Woo is churning out contemporary bistro fare, putting his own spin on classics and incorporating seasonal ingredients from local farms. (Think steak frites and grilled California artichokes with a house aioli.) And for a post-pandemic splurge, try the caviar-accompanied Fifty Dollar martini.

15. Gabino's Creperie

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170 E Palm Canyon Dr #4
Palm Springs, CA 92264
(760) 808-8150
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This little-creperie-that-could has become a cult hit with locals who wait at the window-service spot hidden in a South Palm Springs alley most days. Owner/chef and Palm Springs native Marcel Ramirez has created a menu of poultry-focused “craft crepes” including barbecue chicken, chicken pesto, and turkey cheddar plus a salad-stuffed veggie version all served in branded – and ultra-Instagrammable — paper cones. 

16. Del Rey

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1620 S Indian Trail
Palm Springs, CA 92264

Located at the South Palm Springs boutique hotel Villa Royale, Del Rey is a decidedly dark and sexy space with an oak and black marble bar and tiled fireplace — plus a back patio — serving serious cocktails. (The aperol-and-mezcal Baby Sledge is a fave.) The menu still skews heavily Spanish with patatas bravas, garlic shrimp, grilled skirt steak with piquillo peppers, and manchego flatbread.

17. El Jefe

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1800 E Palm Canyon Dr
Palm Springs, CA
(760) 322-1900
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The tequila bar and restaurant at The Saguaro Hotel continues to serve hip crowds seeking innovative Mexican fare ... now on an attractive covered outdoor patio facing the hotel’s garden courtyard. While tacos like the shrimp and chorizo, carne asada with tomatillo-avocado sauce, and crispy Baja-style Mahi rule the day, the El Jefe nachos are still a decadent dish worth the splurge. Taco Tuesdays (and Thursdays!) are especially popular thanks to $4 tacos. 

18. Mr. Lyons

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233 E Palm Canyon Dr
Palm Springs, CA 92264
(760) 327-1551
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The swanky steakhouse filled its labyrinth of outdoor patios with new and expanded seating areas, but recently reopened its glam dining room, too. Order up icy martinis, craft cocktails and meat-centric fare varying between classics like a New York Strip and a wedge salad in addition to a serious array of sides from crispy brussels sprouts to creamed spinach. And don’t forget Lyons’ signature burger with bacon jam.

19. King's Highway

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701 E Palm Canyon Dr
Palm Springs, CA 92264
(760) 969-5777
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After serving as executive chef at the Ace Hotel New Orleans, Ysaac Ramirez is now running the kitchen at the roadside diner within the Ace Hotel Palm Springs, blending Southern dishes with his Latin roots. The result is dishes like field beans with bacon and salsa verde; a slaw-topped fried chicken sandwich; and chorizo-laced grits. The restaurant is currently entirely outdoors, with tables out by the pool for your open-air enjoyment and the hotel brings in live jazz every Wednesday evening.

20. Counter Reformation

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4200 E Palm Canyon Dr
Palm Springs, CA 92264
(760) 770-5000
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At this stylish Jonathan Adler-designed wine bar tucked in the back of the Parker Hotel, there’s a standout selection of wines, all priced at $13 a glass, poured by staffers who know their stuff. Pair the vino with an impressive selection of small plates by executive chef Herve Glin, including foie gras macarons, sauteed hen of the woods mushrooms over watercress puree, and a caviar-and-quail egg brioche toast, plus piping-hot and addictive baguettes. Non-hotel guests can only get onto the property with a dining reservation, so make sure to snag one before heading over. 

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1. Boozehounds Palm Springs

2080 N Palm Canyon Dr, Palm Springs, CA 92262

Dogs are encouraged at this massive new restaurant/bar/lounge with an expansive outdoor patio centered around welcoming both humans and their four-legged friends (dog menu included). The tropical-meets-midcentury space is filled with velvet banquettes, neon signs, plenty of greenery, and a wall dedicated to the owners’ pups. The Asian-influenced menu features some standout crudo including Tasmanian ocean trout and Japanese yellowtail with charred tangelo along with sharable plates and a smattering of entrees like the Miso sea bass fish and chips. The cocktail program is extensive and features frozen and tap offerings as well. During the day, the lounge flips to an espresso bar and co-working space.

2080 N Palm Canyon Dr
Palm Springs, CA 92262

2. Sandfish by Engin Onural

1556 N Palm Canyon Dr, Palm Springs, CA 92262

Last year, chef-owner Engin Onural pivoted to become one of the top takeout guys in town, sending diners home with carefully crafted hand-stamped boxes of his super-fresh sushi nigiri, sashimi, and maki rolls, internationally-influenced dishes from the kitchen, and Japanese whiskey Old Fashioned kits. He’s since transformed his parking lot into a groovy mini-container park with plenty of open-air seating and a DJ on weekends. Or you can grab a table inside his sleek indoor dining room or adjacent street-facing patio.

1556 N Palm Canyon Dr
Palm Springs, CA 92262

3. 1501 Uptown

1501 N Palm Canyon Dr, Palm Springs, CA 92262

After the debacle that was Draughtsman shuttered last year, restaurateurs Chad Gardner (Roly Chinese Fusion, 533 Viet Fusion) and Willie Rhine (Eight4Nine) have banded together to flip the airy standalone space near the Arrive Hotel into a neighborhood gastropub with roll-up glass doors and plenty of wraparound patio space. The all-day menu features both bar fare like sweet-and-spicy wings, onion rings, and burgers along with salads and entrees. There’s also a serious gin cocktail menu and lots of craft beers.

1501 N Palm Canyon Dr
Palm Springs, CA 92262

4. Biscuit and Counter at the Tiki Hotel

1333 N Indian Canyon Dr, Palm Springs, CA 92262

Historically, killer breakfast sandwiches in Palm Springs have been few and far between, but we may finally have a winner. This biscuit-centric pop-up that spent the last six months at Uptown’s Cole Hotel is the brainchild of a duo that includes chef Lance Velasquez, who mastered the art of biscuitry after spending several years cooking in Murrieta, Georgia. They’ll be taking June off but will return July 1 inside a new space at the Tiki Hotel. The plan is to tweak the menu a bit, but you’ll likely still spot signature buttermilk biscuits paired with butter and jam or mushrooms and low country-style gravy and the over-the-top with an egg-and-bacon sandwich smothered in pimento cheese or stacked with chicken sausage, spicy mayo, and cheddar. Look for a weekends-only drive-through in Downtown Palm Springs later this year. 

1333 N Indian Canyon Dr
Palm Springs, CA 92262

5. Workshop Kitchen + Bar

800 N Palm Canyon Dr, Palm Springs, CA 92262

Here at chef Michael Beckman’s longstanding hot spot, look for an array of innovative veggie-forward farmers market-driven dishes like Scarlet runner beans with collard greens and black garlic; and kohlrabi-and-celery-root soup as well as heartier offerings like a duck leg confit, house-made sausages, and a ribeye with bone marrow butter, plus several wood-fired pizza options. Next up: Look for Beckman to bring an outpost to LA inside the former Odys + Penelope space on La Brea this August.

800 N Palm Canyon Dr
Palm Springs, CA 92262

6. Birba Palm Springs

622 N Palm Canyon Dr, Palm Springs, CA 92262

From the same crew behind breakfast juggernaut Cheeky’s and steakhouse Mr. Lyons, Birba is still bustling with its sprawling outdoor patio, excellent farm-to-table fare, and pizza that rivals any favorites back in LA. Keep it traditional with a margherita pie or go for something more adventurous like the one with prosciutto, honey, and chile oil. The homemade pastas are worth a try too, while the Italian-focused wine list has plenty of worth selections.  

622 N Palm Canyon Dr
Palm Springs, CA 92262

7. Tac/Quila

415 N Palm Canyon Dr, Palm Springs, CA 92262

The couple behind the French-inspired FARM is also running this popular modern Mexican spot along the Palm Canyon main drag. The bar boasts innovative margaritas including ones made with date tequila, mezcal, and grapefruit and your meal might include a bright white fish ceviche, al pastor and carne asada tacos, and a variety of fajitas, nachos, and stuffed poblanos. The outdoor patio now spills out into the sidewalk and street, plus an extra space out back for ample outdoor seating options.

415 N Palm Canyon Dr
Palm Springs, CA 92262

8. The Tropicale Palm Springs

330 E Amado Rd, Palm Springs, CA 92262

This splashy pink restaurant with an Old Havana supper club vibe has a perennially busy patio, especially during its fabled happy hour which offers discounted food and bargain drinks. The massive menu skews global with Moroccan lamb meatballs, ahi poke bowls, skirt steak asada, and the kitchen’s best-selling buttermilk fried chicken with succotash. Look for specialty martinis and tropical-inspired cocktails and a fun brunch scene, too. 

330 E Amado Rd
Palm Springs, CA 92262

9. El Patio

139 E Andreas Rd, Palm Springs, CA 92262

The family behind local strip mall Mexican joint Felipe’s has opened a second venue in a colorful courtyard space in town that’s heavy on vacation vibes. You’ll find a traditional array of tacos, enchiladas, and burritos along with specialties like camarones a la diabla, a carnitas platter, and an array of ceviches, in addition to lots of reasonably priced margaritas. When the music gets turned up, it means a nearby table just ordered a round of tequila shots. Hey, they’re probably on vacation.

139 E Andreas Rd
Palm Springs, CA 92262

10. The Heyday

400 E Tahquitz Canyon Way, Palm Springs, CA 92262

The duo behind this smashburger spot offering first gained a faithful following at Palm Springs’ Thursday night street fair VillageFest, later shifting to pop-up form. Now they’ve settled into a permanent space inside the Hilton hotel, where they sell their Harris Ranch beef cheeseburgers, fried chicken sandwiches, and mushroom burgers on potato buns as well as loaded fries and an impressive house salad.

400 E Tahquitz Canyon Way
Palm Springs, CA 92262

11. Rooster and the Pig

356 S Indian Canyon Dr, Palm Springs, CA

In response to the shutdown, chef-owner Tai Spendley began offering takeout at his tucked-away Vietnamese-American gem for the first time in the restaurant’s six-year history. That meant the nightly crowds that used to line up for a chance at a table were replaced by a parking lot filled with equally committed customers grabbing curbside pickup as the dining room stayed shuttered. The restaurant is still going the takeout-only route for now (with plans to reopen onsite dining with full service after a summer hiatus), rotating in specials along with signature fan favorites including the crunchy Jasmine tea leaf salad, pork belly fried rice, and crispy turmeric cod.

356 S Indian Canyon Dr
Palm Springs, CA

12. Townie Bagels

650 E Sunny Dunes Rd #5, Palm Springs, CA 92264
Townie Bagels
Townie bagel sandwich
Matthew Kang

Lead baker and co-owner Andy Wysocki and co-owner Bill Sanderson started selling bagels out of their home and at the Saturday farmers market before opening this casual store in 2015. The water-boiled bagels are some of the best in Southern California, while the kitchen puts out other baked goods every day.

650 E Sunny Dunes Rd #5
Palm Springs, CA 92264

13. Chef Tanya's Kitchen

706 S Eugene Rd, Palm Springs, CA 92264

Hidden away in an industrial complex is Tanya Petrovna bastion of meatless fare. This takeout-only spot offers a selection of sides including an eggless egg salad, smoked chicken pasta, and Moroccan-spiced cauliflower, while heartier offerings include entree-sized salads, sandwiches, and tempeh burgers. Last year, Petrovna rejiggered the small space to become a mini-market with produce, bottled dressings, her housemade seitan-based deli meats by the pound, take-and-bake lasagna, and plenty of plant-based desserts.

706 S Eugene Rd
Palm Springs, CA 92264

14. Bar Cecil

1555 S Palm Canyon Dr, Palm Springs, CA 92264

The crew behind boutique hotels Sparrows Lodge and Holiday House recently flipped this former sushi spot into a posh restaurant anchored by a wood and marble bar and wrapped in bold wallpapers and poppy art. In the kitchen, executive chef Gabe Woo is churning out contemporary bistro fare, putting his own spin on classics and incorporating seasonal ingredients from local farms. (Think steak frites and grilled California artichokes with a house aioli.) And for a post-pandemic splurge, try the caviar-accompanied Fifty Dollar martini.

1555 S Palm Canyon Dr
Palm Springs, CA 92264

15. Gabino's Creperie

170 E Palm Canyon Dr #4, Palm Springs, CA 92264

This little-creperie-that-could has become a cult hit with locals who wait at the window-service spot hidden in a South Palm Springs alley most days. Owner/chef and Palm Springs native Marcel Ramirez has created a menu of poultry-focused “craft crepes” including barbecue chicken, chicken pesto, and turkey cheddar plus a salad-stuffed veggie version all served in branded – and ultra-Instagrammable — paper cones. 

170 E Palm Canyon Dr #4
Palm Springs, CA 92264

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16. Del Rey

1620 S Indian Trail, Palm Springs, CA 92264

Located at the South Palm Springs boutique hotel Villa Royale, Del Rey is a decidedly dark and sexy space with an oak and black marble bar and tiled fireplace — plus a back patio — serving serious cocktails. (The aperol-and-mezcal Baby Sledge is a fave.) The menu still skews heavily Spanish with patatas bravas, garlic shrimp, grilled skirt steak with piquillo peppers, and manchego flatbread.

1620 S Indian Trail
Palm Springs, CA 92264

17. El Jefe

1800 E Palm Canyon Dr, Palm Springs, CA

The tequila bar and restaurant at The Saguaro Hotel continues to serve hip crowds seeking innovative Mexican fare ... now on an attractive covered outdoor patio facing the hotel’s garden courtyard. While tacos like the shrimp and chorizo, carne asada with tomatillo-avocado sauce, and crispy Baja-style Mahi rule the day, the El Jefe nachos are still a decadent dish worth the splurge. Taco Tuesdays (and Thursdays!) are especially popular thanks to $4 tacos. 

1800 E Palm Canyon Dr
Palm Springs, CA

18. Mr. Lyons

233 E Palm Canyon Dr, Palm Springs, CA 92264

The swanky steakhouse filled its labyrinth of outdoor patios with new and expanded seating areas, but recently reopened its glam dining room, too. Order up icy martinis, craft cocktails and meat-centric fare varying between classics like a New York Strip and a wedge salad in addition to a serious array of sides from crispy brussels sprouts to creamed spinach. And don’t forget Lyons’ signature burger with bacon jam.

233 E Palm Canyon Dr
Palm Springs, CA 92264

19. King's Highway

701 E Palm Canyon Dr, Palm Springs, CA 92264

After serving as executive chef at the Ace Hotel New Orleans, Ysaac Ramirez is now running the kitchen at the roadside diner within the Ace Hotel Palm Springs, blending Southern dishes with his Latin roots. The result is dishes like field beans with bacon and salsa verde; a slaw-topped fried chicken sandwich; and chorizo-laced grits. The restaurant is currently entirely outdoors, with tables out by the pool for your open-air enjoyment and the hotel brings in live jazz every Wednesday evening.

701 E Palm Canyon Dr
Palm Springs, CA 92264

20. Counter Reformation

4200 E Palm Canyon Dr, Palm Springs, CA 92264

At this stylish Jonathan Adler-designed wine bar tucked in the back of the Parker Hotel, there’s a standout selection of wines, all priced at $13 a glass, poured by staffers who know their stuff. Pair the vino with an impressive selection of small plates by executive chef Herve Glin, including foie gras macarons, sauteed hen of the woods mushrooms over watercress puree, and a caviar-and-quail egg brioche toast, plus piping-hot and addictive baguettes. Non-hotel guests can only get onto the property with a dining reservation, so make sure to snag one before heading over. 

4200 E Palm Canyon Dr
Palm Springs, CA 92264

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