The Easmor Alexander
Midcentury Modern Vacation Rental Home in Palm Springs, CA

Places We Love


Palm Springs Places We Love

Here are just a few of the places we enjoy when exploring, shopping, and dining in Palm Springs. These are all super close to The Easmor Alexander, but do require a car or bicycle.  (Updated June 2019)

Planning Your Trip to Palm Springs

Mid-Century Modern Design in Palm Springs

  • The Shops at Thirteen Forty Five: Collective of designer and vintage one-of-a-kind home and gifts.

  • Just Fabulous: They carry terrific coffee table books, and Jonathan Adler designs, among lots of other must-haves.

  • Pelago: Well-designed home and personal gifts, from placemats to eyeglasses.

  • Trina Turk: This store has women’s, men’s, and home sections.

  • The Shag Store: Now classic Palm Springs art.

  • West Elm: Just because.

  • H3k Home Furnishings: Lots of fun ideas to redecorate and refurnish your home here. Really colorful.

Our Favorite Watering Holes & Places to Nosh

Newest Palm Springs

  • 4 Saints: rooftop restaurant in downtown Palm Springs, less than 2 miles from Sunmor

  • Juniper Table: breakfast and beyond in downtown Palm Springs, at the Rowan. Open and airy with patio seating.

  • Chicken Ranch: Haven’t been, but it looks super popular for lunch.

  • Marlin Bar at Tommy Bahama’s: Tropical drinks, fresh seafood in the heart of Downtown

  • On The Mark: A deli, wine shop, caterer, and gourmet provisions all in one. Stop in for the samples and bring home a decadent spread!

Newer Palm Springs

  • Cheeky’s: Have breakfast here at least once.

  • Tonga Hut: Because you’re in the mood for tiki drinks and exotic sounds.

  • Birba: Just click to see the photo and you’ll see what we see.

  • El Jefe for Taco Tuesdays: Margaritas and tacos and sometimes a loud and rowdy musician.

  • FARM: Tucked away in the heart of the Plaza. Southern French fare in a garden setting.

  • Draughtsman: Craft beers, cocktails and inventive pub food in the north end of town.

  • Workshop Kitchen + Bar: We like the brunch but dinner is equally fab.

Classic Old School Palm Springs

  • Purple Room: Looking for live music and a classic, old-school vibe? One of the last real Rat Pack hangouts.

  • Melvyn’s Lounge: Another classic. Go when the piano bar is in full swing.

  • Spencer’s: We like the classics. And the outside dining. Old-school Tennis Club at it’s best.

  • Las Casuelas: Margarita magic and classic Mexican food, right on the strip.

  • El Mirasol at Los Arboles: Las Casuelas not your speed? Head to this hidden spot (and their special molè).

More Delicious Foodie Finds in Palm Springs

Bars to Try at Least Once

  • Mr. Lyons/Seymour’s: This is classic but completely redone all new school style. We’ll be honest: We have never eaten in the dining room. Opt for happy hour bites at the bar and then sneak into Seymour’s speakeasy for a nightcap.

  • DOA: Curated craft beer and wine

  • Truss & Twine: craft cocktails and appetizers, expensive but seriously crafted.

Lunch with the Locals

Go Get Some Craft Coffee

Palm Springs Museums and Gardens

Hiking & Biking

Enjoyable Grocery Shopping

  • Trader Joe’s: I’d drive 7 miles for Trader’s, wouldn’t you?

  • Jensen’s: A local favorite. Beer and wine tastings on Friday and Saturday. And they deliver!

  • The Certified Farmers Market: Saturdays, location varies by season.

  • There are lots of others nearby: Ralph’s, Vons, Albertson’s, Stater Brothers. Just Google it!