Oscar’s, located in the heart of Palm Springs, emerged from the Pandemic with all cylinders firing! This year alone, we’ve hosted Priscilla Presley, Melissa Manchester, Sandra Bernhard, Lindsay Wagner, Angie Dickinson, Loni Anderson, Freda Payne, the ladies of Knots Landing, as well as, the men of Dynasty, and even 80’s pop star, Tiffany, to name a few!
Celebrating our 14 years in business. Serving up great steaks, legendary burgers, coldest beer in town and master craftsmanship on our cocktails. Entertainment wise, you never know who will drop by to perform on our famous stage.
At seven stories high, the Kimpton Rowan is the tallest building in Palm Springs. The property’s 153 spacious guestrooms and suites offer a restorative retreat with epic views of the city and surrounding mountains. You’ll glimpse one of the best vistas from the rooftop pool area, which boasts a splashy alfresco bar scene. Hungry? Dining options include two chef-driven restaurants featuring shareable plates made from fresh, local ingredients.
Upscale eatery and lounge with cannabis sale and consumption. Come dine in our lounge. Offering a one-of-a-kind experience, this premier dispensary includes an extensive retail shop, modern lounge area, and uniquely, a restaurant serving Italian cuisine, all under one roof.
Nestled in The Club Trinidad Resort, Michael Holmes’ Purple Room is one of the most historic and revered supper clubs in Palm Springs. The Purple Room is where the Rat Pack performed, celebrated, and tried out new material. In fact, it was not uncommon to see Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, and Sammy Davis Jr. jump onto the stage to perform some of the greatest hits of their generation! The elegance of the era remains…classic cocktails, world-class cuisine and the very best in live entertainment, seven nights a week. The Purple Room is synonymous with glamour; it was here when Palm Springs was a small village–and it is here today–still enchanting audiences from the world over.
There’s not a bad perch in the house at this stunning venue with 2,057 seats across four levels, expansive views, and no chair more than 125 feet from the stage. Opened in 2009, The Show at Agua Caliente Rancho Mirage, Southern California’s premier concert theater, has played host to a lineup that reads like a hall of fame: Tony Bennett, Martina McBride, Duran Duran, John Fogerty, ZZ Top, Dolly Parton, Willie Nelson, Steven Tyler, Sting, and Alan Jackson have all performed here.
Where Palm Springs Eats. Since 2009, Trio has generated recognition as one of Palm Springs’ top restaurants. Voted “Top 100 Hot Spots” in the U.S. by OpenTable and No. 1 on Yelp. Trio is where the locals hang out. The key to our popularity is the consistency of our food. Trio offers a Prix fix daily and Happy Hour from 3–5 p.m. Brunch Saturday and Sundays
With a colorful patio surrounded by swaying palms and views of the San Jacinto Mountains, this chic wine bar evokes the essence of midcentury Palm Springs. A menu of boutique California wines and small-batch international labels plays well with craft beers, cocktails, and shareable bites like cheese boards and flatbreads. You’ll find this whimsical lounge in Kaptur Plaza, an architecturally significant business complex designed in the 1970s by renowned architect Hugh Kaptur.
Wilma & Frieda’s – Our restaurant is named after our two grandmothers, Wilma and Frieda, In their honor, Wilma & Frieda serves comfort food with a twist.
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