The Palm Springs restaurants are alive with new additions, interiors and food variety all the time. So, if you are planning to travel there soon, we are glad to offer you the 7 best Palm Springs restaurants that will make your soul sink in a pleasure!
These days it is difficult to impress people with new restaurants and experiences, but we promise you that these Palm Spring restaurants will give you an impression and wonderful memories for a long time. Old or new – it will definitely offer fun along with the food.
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This little cafe serves a very crunchy brunch in Palm Springs, in a laid-back atmosphere. It shines through its cocktails, the egg dishes that are grease-free, with standouts including the eggs Blackstone, a reimagined Benedict with roasted tomato and spinach. Let’s not forget the chocolate chip waffles or a lobster roll on brioche.
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This place is a favorite among Palm Springs locals, El Mirasol opened during spring break 1985, when cruising down Palm Canyon in a bikini was on the trend. The menu offers a mix of traditional Mexican fare, including Camarones en pipian, a mole made with ground roasted pumpkin seeds and dried chiles, and many more. Also, it includes well-known dishes such as spinach enchiladas. It can be one of an amazing Mother’s day ideas if you are keen on spicy food!
Another place to have peaceful and cozy late breakfast in Palm Springs. This elegant French restaurant has been serving traditional European fare under the same ownership since 1974. The menu includes dishes such as roasted duck with cherry sauce and white fish with mustard mousseline. Daily offerings are handwritten on boards that are presented to your table, depending on what makes it on the menu that week. Meals are best enjoyed under the trees of the large patio, where you can as well have dinner with chandeliers.
This urban restaurant at the north end of downtown is one of the top-restaurants among Palm Spring restaurants lists for its interior design. The best feeling is to sit inside, not outside. The food here is as tasty as the design, especially if you’re in the mood for complicated cocktails. The menu is relatively large, so choosing can be tough, and be prepared to spend as if you’re on vacation.
The Purple Palm
Palm Springs brunch should always be like this: brioche French toast and an iced coffee on a vintage pool terrace with a view of Mount San Jacinto. Located a bit off the beaten path, the Purple Palm reminds that and is a luxurious and relaxing place with its bright colors interior that can bring you to 60s’. This place is an amazing Mother’s day gifts ever for the tasty brunch!
The stylish California-Italian eatery on Palm Canyon just north of the bustling center of downtown – sp time for wine and pizza! The Neapolitan-inspired pizzas are sizable and creative, including the braised greens with Serrano chili and green olive, goat cheese, and egg. Who doesn’t want pizza for breakfast?
This new craft beer pub opened in December 2016 after renovating a long-shuttered Pizza Hut. If you are a lover of beer, here you’ll find a mix of brews, from the local Coachella Valley Brewing Company Kolschella to a $5 tall can of Olde English served in a paper bag. The food is pretty standard as for a beer but still tasty. And the design of the place is really fashionable and reminds of the places from old American movies.
So pack your stuff and visit Palm Springs for the best food and fun experience ever!
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