The exciting culinary scene in Coachella Valley has returned as restaurants carefully reopen and offer dine-in services. As an extra precaution, many of these eateries only offer patio dining. But then again, with the Valley’s warm and sunny conditions and exceptional views all around, eating al fresco isn’t a bad idea at all.
Here are eight exceptional dining destinations in Palm Springs, CA where you can stop over for a hearty, filling meal:
Lulu California Bistro
200 South Palm Canyon Drive
Choose from this Bistro’s “All Day Favorites” menu any day or drop by on a Saturday or Sunday for the newly added Weekend Brunch selection. Either way, you’re sure to have a great time whether in the main dining room or out on its newly expanded patio.
Sherman’s Deli and Bakery
401 East Tahquitz Canyon Way
From mouth-watering sandwiches to indulgent cakes, this New York-style eatery has something to tickle every taste bud. Sherman’s is open for patio dining at both its Palm Springs and Palm Desert locations.
Roly China Fusion
1107 North Palm Canyon Drive
You don’t have to worry about travel restrictions to enjoy authentic cuisine from the other side of the world. You can get your fill of Chinese dishes reinvented for the modern, global palate every Thursday, Friday, and Saturday at Roly China Fusion’s airy patio.
515 North Palm Canyon Drive
Start your day with a warm, freshly brewed cup of coffee out on a lovely, landscaped yard. In addition to the original Uptown Design District location, you can also find Koffi next to the Convention Center along East Tahquitz Canyon Way and along South Camino Real near The Ace Hotel.
1030 East Palm Canyon Drive
This import from Portland, OR is best known for its fluffy pancakes, waffles, and crepes. It also serves filling Ranch Breakfast sets, steak-and-eggs plates, and a lot more. Whether you come for breakfast, lunch, or dinner, everyone in the family will leave with smiles on their faces.
196 South Indian Canyon Drive
Austrian chef Johannes Bacher serves up modern European cuisine with influences from all around the world. Enjoy your order from the charming patio of his eponymous restaurant and discover new favorites for your palate.
256 South Palm Canyon Drive
If you’ve ever been curious about French and Belgian cuisine, this cozy bistro is an excellent place to try out a Flemish-style beef stew, simmered in Belgian beer. Visit any day except Tuesday and Wednesday to experience the ambience of an authentic Brussels cafe.
Sandfish Sushi & Whiskey
1556 North Palm Canyon Drive
Enjoy Japanese sushi and whiskey pairings in a distinctively Scandinavian styled venue at Sandfish. Every visit is a unique experience that will have you coming back for more.
For more updates on the best attractions and destinations in Palm Springs and the rest of Coachella Valley, talk to a local expert like me, La Quinta, CA real estate specialist Kathleen O’Keefe Galigher. Call me at 760.567.7822 or send me a message here today.