The tourist season is quickly approaching and it’s time to book one of our Palm Springs vacation rentals. And with it, the re-opening of some of our favorite restaurants. Be sure to check out these six eateries before they close again next summer!
Among picturesque landscapes, beautiful sights and endless sunshine of our Palm Springs vacation rentals lie several delicious lunch destinations for you to indulge your senses!
At FARM, owner Liz Ostoich brings the South of France to Palm Springs with a beautiful garden-like patio as the backdrop. FARM offers traditional French dishes, such as crepes and the croquet monsieur, with the freshest, locally sourced ingredients. The menu boasts a mouth-watering selection of salads, omelettes and sandwiches as well, so there's something for everyone. Closed Wednesdays. Located at 6 Plz Drive, Palm Springs, CA 92262.
Whether you are heading to one of our Palm Springs vacation rentals for golfing, horseback riding, the art museum, or any of the many other fun activities, you need to start your day off with a great breakfast. Here are our favorite spots that will make your luxury vacation even more special.
When staying in one of our Palm Springs vacation rentals make sure to visit these great burger spots.
Whether you're here for a day or a week, there are plenty of hot burger spots to try. Palm Springs has some of the most indulgent burgers around so get ready to feed that rumble of hunger.
Here are the top five most mouth-watering burgers in Palm Springs.
Run by the same owner for over 20 years, Tyler's is the place to go for that oh-so-comforting burger. Whatever you're craving, it's all the best on the menu. From classic burgers to cheesy sliders and potato salad, your favorite new comfort food awaits.
Good to Know: This favorite joint is cash only.
When staying in one of our Palm Springs vacation rentals make sure to visit these great steakhouses.
Love a great steak? Palm Springs has the answer; in fact, Palm Springs has plenty of places where you can get beyond-amazing steaks in incredible settings to answer that craving. Here are several of our favorites.
Spectacular just begins to describe The Edge Steakhouse, where the 650-foot-high sweeping cliffside views of the Coachella Valley enhance even further the incomparable cuisine of this "classic steakhouse with a modern twist". Open for dinner Friday through Sunday during the summer and set atop the Ritz Carlton Hotel, The Edge Steakhouse offers a wide selection of dry aged prime beef, aged in their on-premise dry aging room. Start your evening with a sophisticated craft cocktail, and pair your dinner choice with a fine wine from The Edge's expertly curated wine list.
Even though we have full chef kitchens in all of our Palm Springs vacation rentals there's no need to cook.
This year, Greater Palm Springs Restaurant Week is back and better than ever! From Friday, June 2 to Sunday, June 11, experience all the best in dining that Palm Springs and the surrounding areas have to offer. Sample great menu items and multiple courses for $15-25 (lunch) and $29-49 (dinner). At these amazing prices, you can treat yourself to a new cuisine every night! From steaks to seafood and Californian to international, experience culinary excitement and diversity in the heart of the Coachella Valley.
After spending the day sightseeing in Palm Springs you will likely have worked up an appetite.
Here are four great restaurants you don't want to miss.
Jake's Palm Springs - Jake's is a hip, casual American bistro tucked away in the Uptown Design District. Guests can dine in the intimate dining room or outside under the desert sky, where they will enjoy gourmet comfort food and delicious cocktails. Menu options include rack of lamb, grilled swordfish, and filet mignon.
One of the best things about Palm Springs, CA, is that it is an extremely exciting city. With well over a million visitors every year, this city has just about everything to offer. For those who are interested in checking out the nightlife located in the city, you will be happy to know that there are many fantastic spots to visit. Here are a few popular options:
This nightclub is a throwback to days gone by. It features a u-shaped bar, leather barstools, gilded cocktail tables - all in an awesome and vibrant color palette. Local and nationally known guest entertainers frequent the raised stage regularly, but the Copa transforms into the hottest dance party around on the weekends. The dance floor even has flashing lights and colored lasers rip through the air while you dance.
For Palm Springs visitors who want a break from the bustling resorts and casinos, the small boutique hotel, Ingleside Inn, offers a luxurious and private retreat full of amenities and hidden in the heart of Palm Springs. Hotel guests and visitors alike will be pleased to learn that Ingleside Inn boasts one of the best dining locations in the area: Melvyn’s Restaurant and Lounge.
Diners at Melvyn’s have included such celebrities as Barry Manilow, Suzanne Summers, Cher, Tori Spelling, Liza Minnelli, and John Travolta among many. But don’t take it from the A-list, visit Melvyn’s tonight to sample its menu and wide selection of wines and spirits. Melvyn’s is open for lunch, dinner, and hosts a Champagne brunch on Saturdays and Sundays. Its welcoming staff will make you feel like a celebrity whenever you chose to spend an afternoon or night dining or sipping wine and spirits.
A sophisticated dining room, lounge, and full bar invite you to relax and spend an evening with us. Lending Melvyn's an old Hollywood feel is a piano bar that opens every night at 8 pm for listening and dancing. Melvyn’s also offers patio dining if you prefer to eat al fresco.
Palm Springs has a surprising range of hip dining destinations. If you're visiting Palm Springs, these are four local favorites that are definitely worth moving up to the top of your list of eateries to check out.
Not a whole lot of effort was probably put into choosing Bar's name, but at least you know exactly what to expect before you get there. What you might not know is that they also serve some of the best pizza in the Palm Springs area, made in either a thin crust or a pan style with topping choices such as kale, roasted garlic oil and shaved asiago. You can also get a variety of sandwiches, salads and starters like picnic eggs or seared ahi served with spicy wasabi.
ROOSTER AND THE PIG
Rooster and the Pig mashes up Vietnamese and American cuisine with good beer. The menu mostly leans Vietnamese at its core, but with strong American influences in terms of seasoning and side dishes. It's an interesting modern approach for which the word "gastropub" would not at all be inappropriate. A selection of both domestic craft beers and imported Vietnamese beers rounds out the experience.