1269 E. Palm Canyon Dr.
Palm Springs, CA 92264
Phone: (760) 323-2775
Fax: (760) 323-4234
1269 E. Palm Canyon Dr., Palm Springs, CA, US, 92264
- Phone: (760) 323-2775
- Fax: (760) 323-4234
Oasis Nightclub & Lounge, is a place full of high energy, fun and music that will get you in the party mood. This is a hot spot for a number of events. The high energy levels, to go along with the drinks available, add to the mood. Boredom is the last thing you can expect here, as the theme and event change on daily basis. It a must visit place. Check website for the events calendar. On Sundays it is open from 12pm onwards.
This restaurant at the Ingleside Inn is renowned as a romantic, traditional restaurant with a seductive lounge. Acclaimed as "One of the Ten Best" by Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous, it is guaranteed to be memorable. Virtually all of the appetizers could have been found on New York menus of the 1920s: shrimp cocktails, Oysters Rockefeller and Beluga Malassol caviar quoted daily at market price. The French Chicken Breast is a favorite specialty.
During the annual events in Palm Springs that cater to the international gay male population, the lines at this bar will stretch around the block. Inside, big video screens amuse guests while the beer, wine and cocktails keep the positive energy flowing. The establishment is located on Arenas Road, a haven for gay bars just off of Palm Canyon Drive. This particular bar frequently hosts special events, art shows and parties for the primarily gay male crowd.
Always busy, this well-run restaurant and bar, complete with dance floor, provides great Mexican food, friendly service and a never-failing spirit of fun. Sit inside for a little insulation from the hustle and bustle or grab a sidewalk-side table near the Palapas Bar, where the heated dance floor keeps people bouncing even when the temperature is unseasonably cold. Choose a tequila from the vast selection of premium brands while listening to the strolling mariachis, who start playing in the morning. The Carnitas (seasoned, twice-cooked pork with salsa and condiments) are excellent
Dink’s Restaurant and Ultra Lounge offers an eclectic variety of local specialties as well as authentic dishes from the Pacific Rim. The ambiance here is casual and friendly, and guests can lounge in the cabanas while digging into an appetizing meal of sushi, steaks and freshly caught seafood. The main highlights here are the bar menu and the specialty cocktails. Sip some cocktails and watch the sun go down with some Palm Springs locals.
Cheerful and warm, with a dedicated staff that rarely changes faces, this little bistro is a favorite eating and drinking spot among local residents. A terrific piano bar offers entertainment and drinks, and the cuisine in the restaurant is a blend of Italian and French dishes. It is renowned for the little touches. The soups here are fabulous and the kitchen also provides fresh-baked cookies and bread.