All located on North Palm Canyon Drive, here is a quick list starting from the north and working your way south.
Sandfish by Engin Onural – 1556 N Palm Canyon Drive | 760.537.1022
Chef Engin Onural, one of the leading sushi chefs of the world, brings your taste buds to a whole new world. Located in the Uptown district, it is both a restaurant and whiskey bar. The space was designed by local architect Chris Pardo, who also designed Arrive Hotel across the street, brings together Scandinavian and Japanese elements with its concrete walls, natural woods, and groovy fish-scale tiles behind the bar.
Wexler’s Deli – 1551 N Palm Canyon Drive | 760.507.1640
Mike Kassar and Micah Wexler have brought their lox and pastrami from LA to the Arrive Hotel in Palm Springs. Born of a desire to serve classic Jewish deli food, the menu includes classics including corned beef, pastrami, lox, and sturgeon – all cured and smoked in-house using old-school methods.
Workshop Kitchen + Bar – 800 N Palm Canyon Drive | 760.459.3451
Chef owned Michael Beckman brings a farm-to-table style menu featuring locally-sourced small plates, like a shaved Brussels sprout salad tossed with persimmons and walnuts. This James Beard Award winning restaurant offers an industrial chic interior and is located in the Class 1 historic El Paseo building, so you’ll enjoy a piece of Palm Springs history. Grab a drink before or after your meal at adjacent Truss & Twine.
Eight4Nine – 849 N Palm Canyon Drive | 760.325.8490
Owned and operated by Willie Rhine and John Paschal, it is known for the unique white and pink décor. Their menu is a fusion of comfort food with ethnic influences. Happy hour cocktails and bar menu items are available all day. Sit on one of their white patent leather Louis XIV ghost chairs and order a signature cocktails like the prickly pear.
Trio – 707 N Palm Canyon Drive | 760.864.8746
Trio restaurant, and has been a local favorite since opening day in 2009. Located in a historic mid-century Bank building. Their varied menu combines traditional Midwest comfort food with a California edge like Yankee Pot Roast, Calamari with Thai Dipping Sauce, Braised Lamb Shank, and Roasted Baby Beet Salad.
Jake’s– 664 N Palm Canyon Drive | 760.327.4400
Named for the owner’s late West Highland Terrier, this Palm Springs staple has locals and visitors coming back year after year to enjoy fresh ingredients in dishes described as gourmet comfort food in an intimate, cozy setting.
Birba Palm Springs – 622 N Palm Canyon Drive | 760.327.5678
Birba is always bustling for a reason—there’s a sleek open-air bar, a great outdoor patio, excellent farm-to-table fare, and pizza that rivals any favorites back in LA. Keep it traditional with a margherita pie or go for something more adventurous like the one topped with prosciutto, honey, and chile oil. The homemade pastas are worth a try too. The Italian-focused wine list has some solid selections.