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The Experience
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Just a short stroll away...
The village center is a haven of many great shops, restaurants, theaters & museums, and night spots. We'd like to recommend a few that are sure to satisfy some of those vacation cravings, as well as our custom map to help you find them.

Village Fest
Every Thursday evening (except holidays) from 6-10 pm, Palm Canyon Drive is closed to traffic and is transformed into a lively festival featuring a wide variety of vendors displaying quality art, jewelry, crafts, food, live entertainment, and a certified Farmers Market. On Palm Canyon between Baristo and Amado, and it's a short walk from the Orbit In. For more info, call (760) 320-3781
Village Fest

Village Shopping Favorites

Ooh La La - Upscale sportswear for women, kids and poodles, as well as women's shoes.
275 S. Palm Canyon Drive, (760) 318-7744

Diane's Swimwear - All the latest styles and colors.
155 S. Palm Canyon Drive, (760) 318-6464

Just Fabulous - Cards, Books, Music, Home Decor, Gifts & Accessories
294 N. Palm Canyon Drive, (760) 864-1300

Designer Alternative Shades - Great looking knock-offs.
250 S. Palm Canyon Drive, (760) 318-9011

Trina Turk Boutique - Modern designer sportswear and swimwear for women and men.
891 N. Palm Canyon Drive, (760) 416-2856

MacMillan's - Great selection of resort-style shirts for men.
786 N. Palm Canyon Drive, (760) 318-0410

Desert Hatter - A large selection for hat lovers, from simple to sophisticated.
155 S. Palm Canyon Drive, (760) 416-8588

Stein Mart - A fabulous upscale discount department store - right in Palm Springs! Wide selection of seasonal fashion for men & women, gifts, accessories & shoes.
1555 S. Palm Canyon Drive, (760) 318-0410

Imageville Gallery - Imageville features the amazing and lively art photography of Gary Dorothy including beautiful local architectural photography.
128 La Plaza on Indian Canyon Drive, (760) 416-9825
Plaza Mercado
Trina Turk

Our Favorite Restaurants
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Spencer's, at the Tennis Club - Elegant California dining, wonderful brunch menu with outdoor seating.
701 W. Baristo Road, (760) 327-3446

Copley's - Classy contemporary cuisine with an International influence. Lovely patio and free valet parking.
621 N. Palm Canyon Drive, (760) 327-9555

Le Vallauris - Traditional upscale French fare with classical service. Incredible soufflés!
385 W. Tahquitz Canyon Way, (760) 325-5059

Fisherman's Market & Grille - Extensive fresh fish and seafood menu ordered at counter and served on an outdoor patio.
233 S. Indian Canyon Drive, (760) 327-1766

ZIN - Casual American/European bistro with covered patio.
198 S. Palm Canyon Drive, (760) 322-6300

Tyler's Burgers - The most happening place for a burger, fries, and root beer float!
149 S. Indian Canyon Drive, (760) 325-2990

Johannes - The "Food and Wine Affair!" Great cuisine prepared with flair by Johannes Bacher.
196 S. Indian Canyon Drive, (760) 778-0017

Koffi - Great coffee, drinks and simple morning pastries.
555 N. Palm Canyon Drive, (760) 416-2244

Thai Smile - Quick and authentic lunch specials starting at $6.95.
100 S. Indian Canyon Blvd, (760) 320-5503

Melvyn's Piano Bar - Old school restaurant / lounge at the Ingleside Inn.
200 West Ramon Road, (760) 325-2323

El Mirasol - Excellent Mexican cuisine. A local favorite and an easy solo hangout.
140 E Palm Canyon Dr, (760) 323-0721

Manhattan in the Desert - The best new authentic deli around. Don't miss it, but be prepared to wait!
2665 E. Palm Canyon Drive, (760) 322-3354

Purple Palm Restaurant @ Colony Palms - Mediterranean menu with subtle global accents.
572 N. Indian Canyon Drive (760) 969-1800

Native Foods - A Vegan's dream. Innovative and healthy fare without any animal products.
1775 E. Palm Canyon Drive, (760) 416-0070

Wang's - "Pan-Asian" cuisine served family style. Reservations a must!
424 S. Indian Canyon Drive, (760) 325-9264

The Tropicale - World cuisine with a provocative mix of zesty influences.
330 E. Amado, (760) 866-1952

Brick House Oven - Clean, casual urban bistro with good wood fired pizzas, salads and full bar in the heart of downtown featuring outdoor patios with misters and great views. Open 11 am - 10 pm.
155 S. Palm Canyon Drive, (760) 778-6000

Jake's Ready-To-Eat - A full menu with fresh seasonal ingredients.
664. N. Palm Canyon Dr. (760) 327-4400

Palm Greens Café - Gourmet vegetarian cuisine.
611 S. Palm Canyon Dr. (760) 864-9900

Cheeky's - Casual spot for breakfast and lunch serving an eclectic menu.
622 N Palm Canyon Dr. (760) 327-7595

Trio - Seasonal, sustainable California fare in a converted modern bank.
707 N Palm Canyon Dr. (760) 864-8746

Theaters and Museums

The Palm Springs Architectural Museum - Architecture and Design Center, Edwards Harris Pavilion, in downtown Palm Springs is the hub of the museum's exploration of architecture and design, and houses related exhibitions and educational and community programs, as well as research space and a storage area for the museum's growing architecture and design collections and archives.
300 S. Palm Canyon Drive, Palm Springs, CA, 92262, 760-322-4897

The Palm Canyon Theatre - A beautiful and intimate theatre with a first-rate production company, offering both classic and contemporary plays. Ticket office open Tues - Sat 10 - 5, and plays run Wed, Thurs, Sat, and Sunday.
538 N. Palm Canyon Drive, (760) 323-5123

Regal Theaters - Movie complex featuring first run movies.
789 E. Tahquitz Canyon Way, (760) 322-3456 for movie times at all cinemas (and their locations) in the area.

Camelot Theater - Movie theatre complex featuring Independent, Foreign and Art Films.
2300 Baristo Road (behind the Palm Springs Mall), (760) 327-8240

The Annenberg Theater - The Annenberg Theater presents some of the finest national performance companies from the world of dance, music, drama and comedy. It's located in the lower level of the Desert Museum, within walking distance from the hotel.
101 Museum Drive, (760) 325-4490

Palm Springs Art Museum - The Coachella Valley's only major museum is located within walking distance of the hotel, and features world-class exhibitions of fine art, as well as offering many educational programs. The museums permanent collection is made up of 19th, 20th, and 21st Century art, as well as exciting special exhibitions from around the world. There's an eclectic calendar of performing arts each season in the Annenberg Theater, located in the lower level. Located right next to downtown at the base of the San Jacinto mountains, this modern building was designed by Palm Springs architect E. Stewart Williams. Every Thursday night - Free Admission 4-8 pm (during Village Fest)
101 Museum Drive, (760) 325-0189

Village Green Heritage Center - Created by the Palm Springs Historical Society, this mini-village located in the heart of downtown feature the McCallum Adobe (first pioneer home built in Palm Springs, now the home of the History Museum), Miss Cornelia's White House, Ruddy's Genral Store, and the Agua Caliente Cultural Museum Information Center. These historical buildings can be toured from October through May.
221 S. Palm Canyon Drive, (760) 323-8297

Palm Springs Air Museum - This museum is dedicated to the restoration, preservation and operation of Americas legendary fighters, bombers and trainers. It contains one of the world's largest collections of flying WWII airplanes, including the Robert J. Pond Collection.
745 N. Gene Autry Trail, (760) 778-6262
Palm Springs Architectural Museum
Camelot Theatres
Desert Museum
Palm Springs Air Museum

Nightclubs and Lounges
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(Located within walking distance of hotel, unless otherwise noted)

Lemon Bar - 60's and 70's chic atmosphere.
Viceroy Hotel, 415 S. Belardo, (760) 327-4117

Melvyn's - Old Palm Springs, former Sinatra hang-out with piano bar that still features some great crooners every night, 8:30 pm - 1:30 am. Sundays - Jazz Session from 3:30 - 7:30.
200 W. Ramon Road (at Belardo), (760) 325-2323

Hamburger Mary's - Contemporary Casual bar with fireplace and plasma big-screen. Mixed, gay friendly - mid-century modern locals hang out here.
415 S. Palm Canyon Drive, (760) 778-6279

A Streetbar named Desire - Relaxed atmosphere, older gay crowd.
224 E. Arenas (760) 320-1266

Wang's - Diverse, gay friendly scene.
424 S. Indian Canyon Drive (760) 325-9264

Toucan's Tiki Lounge - Gay dance bar, mixed crowd - mostly locals.
2100 N. Palm Canyon Drive, (760) 323-3265 (not within walking distance)

Village Pub - College crowd sport's bar.
266 S. Palm Canyon Drive, (760) 325-9264

Pappy and Harriet's Palace - Pioneertown is a western town that was created by Roy Rogers and friends back in the heyday of the western! Pappy and Harriet's is a very fun honky tonk bar with great western music and cowboy food -- a fun experience if you are looking for a little adventure on the way to or back from Joshua Tree!
53688 Pioneertown Road, Pioneertown, CA (760) 365-5956

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