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Island-themed restaurant with “world cuisine” leans mostly Asian. There’s a slightly campy, memories of Miami feel and the drinks often outshine the food.
A classic American steakhouse that manages to keep up with the times. Amazing martinis if you’re on a liquid diet. Sit outdoors if you can.
A classy Palm Springs staple for those with money, this restaurant serves French with a Pacific Rim flair. Very popular for Sunday Brunch.
Gay-owned and operated, this American restaurant is romantic and full of ambiance. Reservations are a must and do what you have to get in the Garden Room
Head to the back of Colony Palm Hotel for a cool and pricey, poolside take on Mediterranean fare. Chic, romantic, and cozy in all the right ways.
A gay-friendly place to eat, sit back, and watch the people go by. Better for lunch than dinner, enjoy the fresh ingredients in the salads and sandwiches.
A lively staff serves up big portions at a very laid back and ever so slightly campy neighborhood diner. Popular with the happy hour and post-bar set.
This “tapas-inspired” restaurant is all about snacking, lounging, and people-watching. Along with George’s Alibi, it’s more entertainment with the option of food.
Sounds more like a strip club, but this Chinese restaurant is chic and satisfying. The Friday night happy hour is the place to be. Just follow the Wang.
American with French inspiration is the style; tasty (and pricey) comfort food is the substance of this restaurant. A huge wine selection awaits connoisseurs.
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