Located in one of the most-underrated little hotels in Palm Springs, this is the casual, hidden lunch oasis you can’t find anywhere else in Palm Springs. While dinner here is only open to hotel guests, The Barn Kitchen at Sparrows Lodge has opened its lunch situation to the public and it has quickly become one of our favorites in town. The ham and mustard melt has no business being as good as it is, and the smoked salmon spread is all you need when the temperature hits triple digits.
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King’s Highway in the Palm Springs Ace has one of the best breakfasts in town in a not-cheesy retro atmosphere.
4 Saints is a rooftop spot with a panoramic view of Palm Springs and is a great spot for an upscale dinner.
Cheeky’s serves excellent brunch classics in Palm Springs, and usually has the long lines to prove it.
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The Warehouse Restaurant
Marina Del Rey has a lot of strange restaurants. The Warehouse, with its kitschy nautical vibe and rowdy crowd, is the strangest.
Both neighborhood hangout and special occasion spot, Charcoal is sometimes a bit confusing, but not when it comes to their very tasty food.
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Trio is a Palm Springs lunch spot with an eight-hour Happy Hour, and a $19 three-course prix fixe.
Ruben and Ozzy’s Oyster Bar
Ruben and Ozzy’s is a glorified dive bar in Palm Springs with a great patio to get your buzz on for cheap.
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