My insights into the dining scene in Palm Springs

Do you want the best sushi In Palm Springs? Sushi is originally from China. However, Japan is considered the sushi capital of the world. Sushi came from narezushi, a famous Chinese dish consisting of salted raw fish and fermented rice rolls. Initially, they threw out the rice and ate the fish, probably because it was used as a preservative to keep the fish fresh. 

 Today, people from across the world share a love of sushi. There are 4,000+ sushi restaurants in the US with innovative dishes like sushi burritos and sushi bowls. The city of Palm Springs has 12 sushi places you must try. 

 Explore our list of the best sushi in Palm Springs below. 

Best Sushi in Palm Springs

Sandfish Sushi & Whiskey 

1556 N Palm Canyon Drive

Taste sushi that…

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Make mornings delightful with breakfast served by some of the best dining spots in Downtown Palm Springs. Whether you are celebrating a milestone or just out for a good meal, indulge in an array of breakfast options, including American, French, and Mexican food. Skip cooking and satisfy your taste buds with these top-rated breakfast places in Downtown Palm Springs. 

 

Breakfast Spots in Palm Springs

 

Cheeky's

622 N Palm Canyon Dr

 

Cheeky's is a popular breakfast spot near the Movie Colony where anyone would be willing to wait. Why? Because this farm-to-table breakfast spot makes regular dishes extraordinary! For instance, they add mascarpone and red currants to their French toast. They also have new menu items every Wednesday. Try…

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Situated just around three hours away from Mexicali and Tijuana to the south, less than two hours away from Los Angeles to the west, and four hours away from Phoenix, AZ to the east, the amount of sights to see and activities to do in the nearby vicinity keeps Palm Springs life exciting. 

That’s not to say that Palm Springs doesn’t have a lifetime of things to do just within the city limits. It’s a bustling city with a vibrant nightlife, a thriving art scene and multiple year round festivals.

But for those looking to live in a city that offers more options in the nearby vicinity, Palm Springs makes for the perfect mix of things to do within the city as well as events to find and cities to explore nearby. 

To help get you excited about Palm…

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While Palm Springs is among the most popular cities in California for its rich history, incredible art and architecture and thriving nightlife and dining scene, there’s also plenty to do in the surrounding area. 

Take a trip up to the High Desert area to discover the many restaurants, golf clubs, parks and museums that can be found here. 

What Are The High Desert And Low Desert In California And Where Are They Located?

The High Desert and Low Desert are informally bordered areas in California that are mostly a distinction known to locals of the area. 

High Desert (also known as Mojave Desert) is about 2,000 feet above sea level, and situated just north of the Low Desert (also known as the Sonoran Desert), which typically sits at about 500 feet…

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Palm Springs VillagefestDreaming of a warm winter? You don’t have to if you decide to visit (or even better, relocate) to somewhere naturally warm, like Palm Springs, California. The early months of the year are among the best times to visit Palm Springs — you’ll avoid the summertime heat that residents know all too well while being able to enjoy the consistently beautiful weather.

Events Throughout the Winter

Palm Springs doesn't slow down for the winter, and their event calendar is proof of that. Throughout the winter you will find many festivals. There’s the Villagefest Street Festival, a regular Thursday evening street festival in Downtown Palm Springs where artisans, entertainers, shops, and restaurants showcase their wares and samples to the public. If you’re only in…

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Top 5 Palm Springs Restaurants

As the choice vacation destination of many Americans across the nation and tourists across the world, it comes as no surprise that Palm Springs is full of exceptional spaces to dine. Whether you're hankering for classic Americana dishes or elegant French cuisine, Palm Springs is full of premier restaurants where you can delight your taste buds with flavors from all over the world. In fact, Palm Springs boasts one of the most well developed restaurant scenes in the nation.

If you've just moved into the city, put these five restaurants at the top of your list when it comes time to explore the culinary scene in town.

Cheeky's

Today, Cheeky's is the place to be when it comes to brunch, but the popular restaurant was not always a breakfast…

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Palm Springs is known for its decadent lifestyle and superior culinary scene, so it’s no wonder that this oasis city is chock full of some incredible cocktail bars. With so many places to enjoy these handcrafted libations, we’ve come up with a list of five of the best cantinas and speakeasies in town.

Truss & Twine

Located between the El Mirador and Old Las Palmas districts, this unique cocktail bar has a firm grasp on the past while keeping its eyes on the future. 

With multiple cocktails from various eras from the golden age to the dark ages, the cocktails here are as clever as they are delicious, made with premium ingredients by talented bartenders.

Be sure to try the food here as well, with standout fare such as the Wagyu Oxtail…

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The COVID-19 pandemic brought America to its knees, closing businesses and schools, eliminating travel, and disrupting lives. People everywhere were urged to stay home. Riverside County and Palm Springs in particular enacted strict regulations: requiring masks in public, shutting down bars, closing restaurants except for outdoor dining and take out, and restricting most tourist attractions. Palm Springs busiest tourist season was wiped out. No Coachella Festival, no Stagecoach, no tennis tournament. No Tram!

Is it OK to look on a bright side? Palm Springs’ residents have certain advantages that are the envy of city dwellers in these tough times. So much so that some part-time residents who maintain vacation or weekend homes in the desert abandoned…

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Many fantastic Palm Springs neighborhoods are located within walking distance of the city’s major shopping, dining and entertainment areas. With year-round gorgeous weather that makes you want to spend time outdoors, being able to step outside your door and walk to your favorite spots is a big plus. 

So, if you’re searching the Palm Springs real estate market for a home with a high “walkability rating,” this is a brief guide to some of the best locations. 

The oldest neighborhoods in Palm Springs are also the closest to Palm Canyon Drive (North, South and East). Which figures. Palm Canyon Drive has always been the main drag, the street where all the original businesses and hotels were located, and the focus of downtown Palm Springs. And it was…

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Palm Springs residents and visitors alike bask in the desert’s warmth and sunshine. There’s nothing like lounging all day at the pool, hiking through the canyons and mountains, or playing a round of golf, especially when you know where you are coming from it’s freezing, or raining, or the freeways are in gridlock. But you also need a place to eat, shop, and be entertained. And for that, downtown Palm Springs can’t be beat.

Palm Springs is not some suburb filled with shopping malls and parking lots. It has always been a small town, with a distinctive village feel. The main drag, Palm Canyon Drive, has been the focus for dining, shopping and fun for decades, and after the recent, major downtown renovation project that replaced the aging and unfortunate…

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