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Read Indagare's review of Babe's Palm Springs.
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Bar Cecil

Named for British photographer (and rebellious renaissance man) Cecil Beaton, Bar Cecil is a playful restaurant and bar with eclectic design and over the top specials (like the $50 martini served with a side of deviled egg and caviar). But there's substance beyond the style, too: The cuisine is American with a French twist–think steak frites, escargot and California artichokes–along with an extensive wine and spirits list. Matching the bright interiors, Bar Cecil draws a buzzy crowd.

Recommended by Indagare Ambassador Jolie Goodson

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Birba is one of the best options in Palm Springs for an outdoor dining experience Read Indagare's Review.
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Canopy Wine Lounge

Canopy Wine Lounge has a colorful design and tables with fire pits and blankets for when the desert temperatures drop. Stop in for a glass of wine before dinner or stay for a charcuterie and light bites.

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Essense serves food that plays with the line between healthy and indulgent. Read Indagare's review.
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Eureka is a pure gourmet burger shop in a world where fine dining means French words and portions. Read Indagare's review.
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King’s Highway

King's Highway embraces its diner past while infusing culinary experimentation. Read Indagare's Review.
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Smoke Tree BBQ Bar & Grill

Smoke Tree focuses on barbecue, and diners are given the option to grill their own. Read Indagare's Review.
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The Evening Citizen

The Evening Citizen, a speakeasy tucked behind a back door in a strip mall, serves carefully mixed cocktails and light bites in a dark setting. The cocktail menu is creatively hidden amongst what looks like classified newspaper clippings. Try drinks such as the "Mary Pickford" (which is over 100 years old) and the "Backstabber"—named for the man who murdered the original recipe inventor.

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Wilma & Frieda

In a town so often caught in the middle of the 20th century, it’s nice to find a place that truly embodies the spirit of the upstart. Read Indagare's reivew of Wilma & Frieda.
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