10Best Palm Springs, CA Restaurants
Star power is on call at Copley's on Palm Canyon -- not only was it a hangout for Cary Grant, but it's under the masterful tutelage of celebrity chef Andrew Manion Copley, and it attracts personalities like Anderson Cooper.
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New & Notable Palm Springs Restaurants
Hot, new Palm Springs restaurants & notable dining experiences you shouldn't miss.
No matter how far you travel or how many different cuisines and culinary trends you taste, nothing will ever quite compare to the soul-warming comfort of the classics that Grandma used to make. A new Palm Desert restaurant knows this all too well, and they’re taking comfort food to a new – and sophisticated – level. Find out about this new addition to the Palm Desert dining scene. Read more »All New & Notable Palm Springs Restaurants »
Just because you’re in the middle of a desert doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy fresh sushi. For the freshest fish and the finest preparation, you don’t want to miss the a la carte and all-you-can-eat menus at Okura Robata Grill and Sushi Bar in La Quinta. Read up on the desert’s favorite sushi bar here. Read more »All New & Notable Palm Springs Restaurants »
About Palm Springs, CA Restaurants
While Palm Springs isn't usually the first to jump on the latest food trend, it's for good reason: Chefs are careful to watch trends, perfect them and give them a unique Palm Springs twist before jumping on a foodie bandwagon. Throughout the desert, you'll find restaurants serving everything from high-end French fare to Detroit-style Coney dogs, pleasing every palette at a range of price points.
You could spend a full day eating in Palm Springs' Uptown District, starting with favorite breakfast haunts like farm-fresh Cheeky's, whose artisan brunch fare always draws a crowd. Lunch in Uptown is generally enjoyed on a patio, and Trio and Jake's are not to be missed. For dinner, the service, ambiance and quality of Copley's on Palm Canyon can't be beat.
Likewise, downtown Palm Springs is a hub for dining. With dozens of restaurants lining Palm Canyon Drive, one could easily design a progressive dinner menu and walk between restaurants in the Downtown and Uptown districts.
Other desert cities like Palm Desert, Rancho Mirage and La Quinta are popular dining hubs for both unique dining concepts and larger chains. Throughout the desert, foodies will appreciate hidden culinary gems like Broke Eatery, Clementine's and Cork & Fork.
- Palm Springs Expert Marissa Willman