Farm-to-table (desert-to-table?) menus have quickly become the norm in Palm Springs, but Workshop’s still stands out far above the rest. You probably didn’t think you’d come to Palm Springs and eat octopus carpaccio or duck leg confit, but here you are and you’re going to love it. The restaurant is also located inside a ridiculous all-concrete, chapel-like space that puts even some of LA’s great restaurant interiors to shame.
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Wilma and Frieda’s Cafe
For an affordable brunch filled with comfort food in Palm Springs, Wilma and Frieda’s Cafe is the place to go.
Cheeky’s serves excellent brunch classics in Palm Springs, and usually has the long lines to prove it.
King’s Highway in the Palm Springs Ace has one of the best breakfasts in town in a not-cheesy retro atmosphere.
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Gwen is a formal, meat-centric restaurant in Hollywood with set menus, good food, and a lot of rules.
One of the more impressive restaurants in the city, 71Above still lacks enough reasons to go there.
Madera Kitchen in Hollywood has the makings of a neighborhood go-to, but the food is disappointing.
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Copley’s is an almost entirely outdoor American restaurant, with some of the best views in all of Palm Springs.
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
Rooster And The Pig is an excellent modern Vietnamese restaurant in Palm Springs.
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