A popular spot with locals, celebrities and tourists alike, Purple Room is a must-visit during your time in Palm Springs especially if you are looking for a fun-filled night while feasting on hearty delicacies and drinks. Not only does the club host live jazz performances but dinner shows also take place here on the weekend. One can also go for a parody of the hit 1960s The Judy Garland Show, dubbed by the name of The Judy Show. Besides the entertaining performances that take place six nights a week, the Purple Room is also known for its great food that includes small plates, salads, mains and desserts. Tempura Fried Dates, Lime Tartlet and Pork Tenderloin are just some of the delicacies you can feast on while you are here. If you are in the mood for a memorable night, head to the Purple Room for a great time.
Seasonal ingredients are used to create amazing dishes and cocktails and Workshop Kitchen + Bar. The interior of the restaurant is decorated simply, much like you would imagine an actual workshop. There's a long communal table that's illuminated by light bulbs hanging from the ceiling. The patio outside is a highlight of the restaurant; it's the perfect, spacious location for outdoor dining.
Set in a cozy, often packed space, Toucans Tiki Lounge is a gay friendly bar that welcomes people from all walks of life. Not only can patrons watch drag shows, but the atmosphere is kept buzzing with weekly go-go competitions and dance competitions like Jungle Boogie taking place often. Order for a few reasonably-drinks as you enjoy the show, and you can call it a day. Featured in multiple magazines and city guides, Toucans Tiki Lounge is a great idea for those looking for a fun-filled evening.
Zeldas is one of Palm Spring's premier nightclubs attracting the city's young and beautiful. The club features a large dance floor with suspended neon lights, a DJ booth, a bar and an upstair lounge for VIP guests. The music played here is generally from the early 2000's, but they do play some techno and euro from time to time. The club hosts a variety of events and parties such as the 'Men of the Hollywood Stip' which is essentially a male stripper party, luring large groups of young women to its doors each week on Friday nights.
This restaurant at the Ingleside Inn is renowned as a romantic, traditional restaurant with a seductive lounge. Acclaimed as "One of the Ten Best" by Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous, it is guaranteed to be memorable. Virtually all of the appetizers could have been found on New York menus of the 1920s: shrimp cocktails, Oysters Rockefeller and Beluga Malassol caviar quoted daily at market price. The French Chicken Breast is a favorite specialty.
Most pubs rely on the drinks to pay the bills, and food comes as an afterthought. However, at The Village Pub, the menu is extensive, international and delicious. There is a selection of three dozen different salads, as well as burgers, curry and casseroles. Top off a meal with one of their carefully selected micro-brews. Watch sports on one of their twenty TVs, shoot some pool, or enjoy the live music and dancing in the main dining room.
Formerly famous as Lyons English Grille, Mr.Lyons Steakhouse is one of the best and historic steakhouses in Palm Springs. A sophisticated yet trendy setting with a combination of wooden and marble decor, the restaurant and the lounge exudes exquisite finesse. The menu features classic steaks like Prime Filet Mignon and Prime New York along with salads, cheese plates and sides like Brussels Sprouts and Fried Potatoes. Wash down the delicious steaks with a glass or two of your favorite wine or cocktails from the drinks menu. Ideal for an elegant date or family dinner, this historic steakhouse is a must visit.
When strolling down East Palm Canyon Drive, you will come across a circular neon light with no sign on the door. This hidden gem is the beer and wine bar, Dead or Alive. As you enter, you will be greeted with a dimly lit room with bursts of neon lights at intervals and minimal décor. This intimate and cozy space will surprise you with a voluminous list of wines and craft beer. Whether your preference is red, white, or rose, you will be spoilt for choice at this sophisticated lounge. The craft beer is delicious and served in a ceramic mug. The bartenders know their craft well and will help you with the selection.
This poolside bar is the place to see and be seen in the ritzy city of Palm Springs. Whether its karaoke or trivia, this bar always seems to have some event going on. And not to mention the latest top 40's thumping in the background thanks to the resident DJ. From pool party in the daytime to chic lounge in the evenings, the Amigo Room is fun to visit any time of day.
Miro's is a fine dining Mediterranean and Continental restaurant in Palm Springs. The restaurant has a warm and intimate setting that is ideal for a romantic date. Miro's will give you a taste of Europe with their eclectic menu and unusual wines from Austria, Croatian Islands and Bosnia Herzegovina. They have been over the years adding more cuisine and wine from European countries that have been unheard of. If you want to taste something exotic and European, then Miro's is the place for you.
Though a gay-friendly bar and nightclub, Tool Shed, welcomes people from all walks of life and is a great place to spend the evening. Set in a cozy space, the bar is known for its hip, mature crowd and its range of pocket-friendly drinks. Fun events like beauty pageants, pool tournaments and bingo nights also take place here from time to event. Whether you want to dance to the upbeat rock tunes spun by the DJ, mingle with the crowd, or simply enjoy a mug of beer by yourself, an evening at Tool Shed won’t let you down.