Delicious and generally low in calories and fat, sushi makes a convenient and versatile vacation meal. One roll is a great snack or light lunch, add in another roll, a hot bowl of miso soup and a few crunchy tempura vegetables and it's a filling dinner. Palm Springs offers visitors a selection of restaurants specializing in tasty sushi. Here are a few to try.
There is no denying that Palm Springs is the best place to spend your spring break given the great Palm Springs vacation rental homes available through ModMansions.com and the surroundings of natural hot springs, lush golf courses, and the luxury of a desert oasis. In order to make the most out of your springtime in Palm Springs, you have to know the ins and outs of where to go, what to do, and how to do it all. Here are a few ways to enjoy spring break in Palm Springs and make memories to last a lifetime.
Colorful and diverse, Palm Springs is the perfect place to experience your next adventure. Whether you're here for the Coachella Music Festival, or just to get away and feel the sunshine, Palm Springs is proud to offer these unique lunch spots.
Love is in the air! Treat your sweetheart to a special Valentine's Day, Palm Springs style.
Share a romantic dinner with your valentine. Many of Palm Springs' fine restaurants are offering special Valentine's Day menus; just a few:
When it comes to Palm Springs, two things we never run out of are sunshine and restaurants! Because ModMansions likes worrying about the details so you don't have to, and to help take your stay to a paramount level of relaxation, here are some of our favorite answers to the tired question, "What's for lunch?"
Plan a visit to Palm Springs this December to enjoy some holiday magic in the bright Southern California sunshine. The annual Palm Springs Festival of Lights Parade has been held in downtown Palm Springs on the first Saturday in December since the 1990s. The Parade was rated one of America's top 10 holiday parades in an AOL Survey, and is a can't miss event for residents and visitors of all ages. According to Mary Jo Gunther, director of the Palm Springs Bureau for Tourism, "there's no other special event in the Coachella Valley quite like it!" Here's what you need to know to make the most of the parade on Saturday, December 1st.
Palm Springs is the perfect place to start off the holiday season. The endless sunshine, world-class shopping, and quality entertainment will inevitably help to create a festive mood. Upscale restaurants around the area have created mouth-watering Thanksgiving dinner menus that will entice the taste buds. Check out our choices for the top five Palm Springs Restaurants for Thanksgiving Dinner being served on Thursday, November 22, 2018.
On the hunt for art, culture, cuisine, wellness, golfing, fitness, or pure relaxation? Palm Springs has something for every traveler. This small community in the Colorado Desert is packed full of inspiration, adventure, and indulgence. You can spend the day hiking, biking, gallery and boutique shopping, or getting pampered at an exclusive spa. While all of these opportunities sound fabulous, sometimes merely chilling out with a good beer in a relaxed atmosphere is the order of the day. Here are some of our favorite Palm Springs spots to do just that.
Palm Springs is a welcoming and affirming destination for the LGBTQ community which holds something for everyone. Celebrate the diversity of Palm Springs by planning your vacation getaway during Palm Springs Pride! Palm Springs Pride began in 1986 as a small variety show at the Riviera Resort showcasing local entertainers. Since then, Palm Springs Pride has become Southern California's premier celebration for LGBTQ unity, attracting 125,000 visitors from around the globe each year.
Palm Springs has a new and friendly place to experience Japanese living. At Wabi Sabi, you can shop for home goods, taste sake, attend classes, and more.
Background on Wabi Sabi: The owners are two natives of Palm Springs who visit Japan each year to visit their family. Darrell Baum and Osamu Sagara's new shop is their way of sharing their love of Japan with their neighbors back home. The name wabi sabi refers to finding beauty in imperfection. It's a Japanese aesthetic that embraces the impermanent and the incomplete.