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Dead Or Alive

For all the varying types of nightlife found in Palm Springs, a cool, laidback natural wine bar is somewhat hard to come by. That’s why Dead Or Alive is good to know about. Located south of downtown on Palm Canyon, this tiny bottle shop/bar is the kind of place you come to for a quick glass of minerally orange wine before dinner and end up canceling your reservation because you don’t want to leave. There’s a good sized bar inside, but the string-lit front patio is where you’ll usually find us hanging out, chatting up the owner, and making quick friends with everyone else drinking chilled red wine like it’s juice. There’s no formal food menu, but they usually have nightly snacks like trout dip and sometimes even oysters.

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