Blog

Posts for March 2018:


PRIX FIXE DINNERS IN PALM SPRINGS

Valentine’s Day may have come and gone, but there’s always a good reason to grab your man and hit some of the best restaurants in town. These top choices for prix fixe meals set the stage for the perfect date night in Palm Springs.

Palm Springs has so many amazing carefully chosen prix fixe menus to help create the perfect date night out while visiting.

The most popular in town is Lulu’s California Bistro, but we thought you might also like to know about these special choices.

 

Spencer’s (photo above)

$38 / 3 Course

Spencer’s is a beautiful Palm Springs “classic” sitting at the base of the mountains with one of the most magical gardens in the city. The menu is filled with delicious California cuisine choices.  Definitely where locals go for date night!  We recommend reservations.  Weekends can be very busy.

Farm

$52 / Friday and Saturday only
The farm to table menu is chosen daily by the chef with fresh local ingredients from the market.  Be assured, this smart, modern French bistro with its small, intimate dining room is always a great choice.

Eight4Nine

$48 / 4 Course

Eight4Nine serves a 4 course menu seven nights a week.  Each course has several selections so you can create the perfect 4 course dinner. This is always a favorite with locals and visitors alike, in one of the City’s most exquisitely designed dining rooms.

Le Vallaurais

$63 4 Course / $93 6 Course

Le Vallaurais is a very special, classic French restaurant that many go to for special occasions and an absolutely extraordinary meal. There are two prix fixe menus to choose from.  The first is a $63. 4-course meal with selections for each course.  The second is a $93 chef’s tasting menu with 6 courses.

Jakes

$32.95 / Sunday through Thursday

Jake’s is best known for their steak and their busy weekend nights!  This non-weekend prix fixe is a great weekday choice.  On warmer evenings, we suggest the patio for a beautiful al fresco dining experience.

Valentine’s Day may have come and gone, but there’s always a good reason to grab your man and hit some of the best restaurants in town. These top choices for prix fixe... Read More »


PALM SPRINGS ART MUSEUM

Nestled at the base of the mountains, the Palm Springs Art Museum is one of our favorite places downtown.  Current shows include Warhol and some amazing desert photography.  This is a real gem that you won’t want to miss.

Did you know we have an amazing little Modern Art Museum in Palm Springs?

Many visitors come to Palm Springs and never take the time to visit the Palm Springs Art Museum. The main museum is located behind the Rowan Hotel on Museum Dr., There is also a smaller Architecture and Design Center, and a Palm Desert location that is always free, and typically has single artist exhibits.

 

Here are a few highlights from their calendar for the next few months:

Andy Warhol Print Collection – March 3 – May 28, 2018

A perfect Pop Superstar artist for Palm Springs.

On The Road – March 17 – July 29, 2018

A photography exhibit of 20 different desert bound photographers

Life Drawing classes. Asst. Saturdays in March & April

10AM-3PM

Thursday Night Lecture series, then the museum is open and free.

See website for details.

And the amazing Annenberg Theater which will be having performances by Jennifer Holiday, Paulo Szot, Emily Skinner, and others. Tickets go fast to these shows, don’t delay looking at the upcoming schedule.

Palm Springs Art Museum

101 Museum Drive, Palm Springs CA 92262

Palm Springs Art Museum Architecture and Design Center, Edwards Harris Pavilion

300 South Palm Canyon Drive, Palm Springs, CA 92262

Palm Springs Art Museum in Palm Desert

72-567 Highway 111, Palm Desert CA 92260

Nestled at the base of the mountains, the Palm Springs Art Museum is one of our favorite places downtown.  Current shows include Warhol and some amazing desert photography.  This is a real... Read More »