27 "Palm Springs" Restaurants in Los Angeles.
The Tropicale is a ktischy oasis that feels like a Miami supper club. Things get weird here.
Birba has very good pizza, a lively courtyard, and plenty of space, so it’s a great place to start a night out in Palm Springs.
Melvyn’s is an old-school steakhouse in Palm Springs that feels like perfectly-preseved Rat Pack relic.
Family-run cafe Felipe’s serves Mexican classics better than anywhere else in Palm Springs.
So.pa is a beautiful all-day, completely outdoor Middle Eastern spot, great for a date night in Palm Springs.
Truss & Twine in Palm Springs is great spot on the north end of Palm Canyon Drive for snacks and a cocktail.
Johannes is an Austrian spot in Palm Springs where you can eat schnitzel and avoid the tourists.
4 Saints is a rooftop spot with a panoramic view of Palm Springs and is a great spot for an upscale dinner.
Rooster And The Pig is an excellent modern Vietnamese restaurant in Palm Springs.
Workshop in Palm Springs is a farm-to-table restaurant in a big industrial space.
Copley’s is an almost entirely outdoor American restaurant, with some of the best views in all of Palm Springs.
Sandfish in Palm Springs has very good sushi, and space for big groups if you need it.
Counter Reformation is a wine bar that also has some of the best food in all of Palm Springs.
Ruben and Ozzy’s is a glorified dive bar in Palm Springs with a great patio to get your buzz on for cheap.
Trio is a Palm Springs lunch spot with an eight-hour Happy Hour, and a $19 three-course prix fixe.