Set between beautiful beaches with the majestic backdrop of the Santa Ynez range, Drift is located in the heart of Santa Barbara on State Street, an energetic, car-free promenade perfect for evening strolls and outdoor dining.
California cool meets the magic of the desert. Welcome to Palm Springs.
A unique farm-to-table desert experience that highlights Coachella Valley's finest local produce. Expect a seasonal, classic menu with unique accents served in an industrial-inspired Cathedral.
The best breakfast in Palm Springs, ask any local. This no-fuss, locally sourced breakfast and lunch spot changes its menu weekly with their famous "bacon flight" being a permanent fixture.
This unassuming order-at-the-window Mexican spot is more than worth the long line for its under $10 pricing and assortment of authentic Mexican dishes.
Roaster and The Pig
This Vietnamese-American restaurant has become a Palm Springs staple. The traditional, seasonal dishes are inspired by Asian flavors and prepared in a classic, French style for an elegant finish.
Nothing is more Palm Springs than The Tropicale. This award-winning restaurant and lounge serves up comfort food with a twist with signature dishes like the mole chicken nachos and tempura yams with sriracha aioli.
Named for famed Renaissance Man Cecil Beaton, Bar Cecil is a Michelin reviewed restaurant that features both classic and specialty cocktails surrounded by over-the-top modern art pieces.
Las Palmas Brewing
This family-run microbrewery serves two-barrell beers made on site and natural wines made by small producers in Europe.
Tiki meets sultry at this upscale tropical lounge where bartenders swear by the rum + fruit + love ratio.
There's really no place quite like Joshua Tree. With over 800,000 acres of desert land to explore by car, bike, or foot, it's more than worth the short drive from Downtown Palm Springs and is made for nature walking, stargazing, rock climbing, and photo ops.
Palm Springs is known for its stunning scenery, and the view really is better from the top. The iconic Palm Springs Aerial Tramway is the world's largest rotating tram car and offers the most breathtaking views on every ten minute, two-and-one-half mile trip.
TAHQUITZ WATERFALL HIKE
Nature lovers flock to Tahquitz Canyon for the untouched, natural beauty of the desert complete with a 60-foot waterfall. Stop by the Visitor Center to learn more about the region's history and heritage.
Moorton Botanical Gardens
With over 3,000 cacti and an extensive collection of crystals and fossils this is a must-see for anyone who loves the desert landscape and is available for daily tours, photoshoots, and weddings.
A cult favorite for a good reason. The Cabazon dinosaurs have been an iconic Palm Springs landmark since 1975 and are loved by visitors of all ages for their campy, kitschy vibes.
Mojave Flea Trading Post
With over 10,000 square feet, this department store meets flea market features the desert's local artisans and merchants and is stocked with everything from crystals to cacti so you can take a piece of the desert home with you.
Resort meets vintage at this second-hand haven, located in the Uptown Design District of Palm Springs. Their curated collection is selected specifically for desert living and is the perfect mix of bohemian and mod, with a touch of rock & roll.