Places to Eat | Palm Springs
A Palm Springs weekend getaway with fellow creatives to explore, collaborate, and inspire.
Rooster and the Pig features modern Vietnamese style cuisine. Service was great and the food was delicious! I ordered the Vietnamese crispy rolls.
This place was my ultimate favorite foodie spot we visited. I was pleased to find that any of their shakes/malts can be made with a dairy free base. I ordered their featured shake, peanut butter brownie with a dairy free base! The flavors in my shake were incredible and the consistency was amazing. If you are planning on going to Palm Springs and are looking for a great dessert place, I highly recommend Great Shakes!
Reservoir is a restaurant located at the Arrive Hotel. It's a fun location to grab brunch, as it's right next to the hotel's pool and lively activity hangout area.
I'm not a big coffee fan so I ordered an iced green tea which was so refreshing. This is a great place to work, as there are plenty of outlets and a fair amount of indoor seating. After a refill and a few hours of working alongside the girls, I was able to get some work done for the blog and have a nice chit-chat about creative content.
Customs Coffee and Ice Cream Shop(pe) are also located at the Arrive Hotel.
An artisanal ice cream parlor - a perfect place to not only get your sweet tooth fix, but also to shop!
This little guy wanted some ice cream too.
A local favorite (and rightfully so): the date shake!
Enjoy this mini video summary of my weekend getaway.