Palm Desert - El Paseo Restaurants and Dining

Let’s Eat

El Paseo Dining, restaurants and bars

THERE’S NOTHING LIKE A GREAT MEAL.

Start the night with love, laughter, and an incredible appetizer.

— LEXI Silk blouse, Johnny Was. — RYAN Polo shirt, Eleventy, Saks Fifth Avenue. Watch,TAG Heuer, Leeds & Son Fine Jewelers. Photographed at Kitchen 86 + Bar.

Over two dozen El Paseo restaurants draw foodies from across the Coachella Valley. From casual California cuisine to multicourse feasts that infuse flavors from several continents, the boulevard presents a dish for every craving and any occasion.

Views From Here

Opportunities for people watching line Palm Desert’s outdoor shopping esplanade. Patios and balconies at Pacifica Seafood Restaurant, Mitch’s Prime Seafood, Cafe Des Beaux-Arts, Eddie V’s Prime Seafood and Tommy Bahama Restaurant & Bar afford front-row views of the mountains by day and city lights by night.

Families Feel Welcome

Comfortable surroundings and a menu the little ones will eat from? Order up. These eateries cater to palettes of all ages: California Pizza Kitchen, Daily Grill, Kitchen 86 + Bar, Pacifica Seafood Restaurant, Piero’s PizzaVino, Sammy’s Woodfired Pizza & Grill, Tommy Bahama Restaurant & Bar, and Wilma & Friedas Cafe.

Dine With Your Dog

Opt for al fresco seating year-round when your pup is along for the ride. Consider dog-friendly dining at: AC3 Restaurant + Bar, Café des Beaux-Arts, The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf, Daily Grill, The Fix, Il Corso, Il Sogno, JC’s Café, Kitchen 86 + Bar, Starbucks Coffee, The Venue Sushi Bar & Sake Lounge, and Wilma & Frieda Cafe.

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Specialty pizzas are part of an ever changing menu at Kitchen 86 + Bar.

PHOTOGRAPH BY FAB FERNANDEZ; STYLING BY NEIL COHEN; HAIR & MAKEUP BY JEN PLUS COLOUR. FOOD: KIM UTLEY