Currently the restaurant and bar at Caliente Tropics is closed for renovations. While staying with us, we hope you will enjoy the many other casual and fine dining options available in Palm Springs, just a short few minutes’ drive from the hotel.
Palm Springs Restaurants
Restaurants and eateries in Palm Springs are a main attraction to this desert vacation destination.
From family-friendly casual restaurants to fine dining steakhouses and European-inspired dining destinations, whether you’re looking for a casual family restaurant, a fine dining steakhouse, or contemporary worldly fare, there is a restaurant nearby that will accommodate your tastes.
People traveling on business and pleasure seek out restaurants for various reasons, and there eateries for every occasion and craving available here in Palm Springs.
Visitors seeking a casual kid-friendly restaurant have plenty of options as well among the family Palm Springs restaurants, from burger joints to breakfast and lunch sit-down café’s.
Where Palm Springs Eats & Drinks! – An energetic, desert-casual atmosphere and great American modern food at reasonable prices – a place where all are welcome. Sit down and feel at home!
Where the local’s hang out and eat, drink, and have fun.
Cocktail Hour: 4 PM – 7 PM, $3 Well
Dinner at 5 PM, Open 7 nights a week
Purple Room Restaurant & Stage
In the early 60s Palm Springs’ Purple Room at Club Trinidad became the sweet spot of the swinging supper club scene. Cats like Frank and Dino hung with their pals to eat, drink play.
The Purple Room re-opens with its pedigree legacy in mind. We embrace the style, the carefree and creative spirit of that era. With a nod to its history, we will be making history of our own. We are one of two original Rat Pack hang outs left in the desert today. We have brought back the style and class of the purple room, offering quality entertainment for the desert.
Like our big brother, TRIO Restaurant, it’s a local favorite a place where you can come in feel at home. Celebrity sightings. You never know who will be at the PR, so we ask that you allow our guests to enjoy themselves.
What happens at The Purple Room … Stays at The Purple Room. It’s where Palm Springs Plays!
One of the best casual spots to grab a bite to eat is Tyler’s Burgers on Indian Canyon Drive.
Serving juicy beef, veggie and other lean burgers, fries, lemonade and sides for lunch, this cash-only Palm Springs restaurant welcomes kids and guests of all ages, and serves a meal the whole family will enjoy.
Pinocchio in the Desert
Another favorite among the casual Palm Springs restaurants is Pinocchio in the Desert, which serves breakfast, lunch and Sunday brunch with various menus including one for kids.
Pinocchio also has a full bar serving wine, cocktails, beer and bottomless champagne during brunch. This is one of the best Palm Springs restaurants for all ages to fully enjoy.
Copley’s on Palm Canyon
If you’re looking for a more romantic scene, try the Copley’s on Palm Canyon for fine steak and seafood entrees in a serene outdoor setting.
The Copley on Palm Canyon is located in the historic Cary Grant Estate in the estate’s former guest house, where Chef Andrew Manion Copley prepares the finest seafood, prime cuts of meat and seasonally fresh produce Tuesday-Sunday for dinner.
The menu is innovative and just as impressive as the divine outdoor patio setting.
The Tropicale Dining & Lounge
A chic and sophisticated décor provides the setting for distinctive “world cuisine,” a provocative mix of zesty influences that creates a delightful dining experience in Palm Springs, California. Plush high-backed semicircular banquettes surround our dining room and offer comfortable and private seating.
The cuisine has a light, exotic feel with an emphasis on Pacific Rim specialties, from Chilean Sea Bass baked in Banana Leaves or Kahlua-Barbecued Pork Chops to all sorts of tasty tapas, salads, wood fired pizzas, and desserts.
The Coral Seas Lounge, a hip mid-century style bar is lined with sexy black leather bar stools and is reminiscent of the upbeat lounges of old Palm Springs. It wraps around the dining room and leads outside to a lush, tropical 2000 square-foot dining patio where a variety of specialty cocktails and old-school favorites are mixed – an ideal place where friends gather and martinis are sipped under the starlit desert sky.
If your taste buds are seeking some saucy flavor, spice things up at one of the other Palm Springs restaurants with worldly-inspired flavors.
Miro’s is a more traditional, intimate restaurant. Terzic family-owned, Miro’s is an Italian, Mediterranean and European-inspired restaurant in Plaza del Sol.
In 1994 the Terzics emigrated from Yugoslavia to Palm Springs and opened this worldly dining destination, pleasing visitors ever since.
Whatever you seek, you shall find in the land of Palm Springs restaurants!
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