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This GPS Resident Likes to See a Movie, Shop for a Tesla and Get Artsy All in One Area

Photographed By: Jane Chouteau Things to Do in Greater Palm Springs

Expert: Samuel Heaton
Credentials: Director, CODA Gallery

Monday: As director of CODA Gallery, I’m fortunate to begin most days on El Paseo. After stopping by Williams-Sonoma, I stop by the Tesla showroom next door and visualize my next car. A great way to end the day—a big martini and an early dinner at Mastro’s.

Things to Do in Greater Palm Springs

Tuesday: The best theater in the valley is the Century Cinemark in La Quinta. You can reserve your luxury recliner in advance, then enjoy a cold beer, a glass of wine or a frozen cocktail with your popcorn!

 

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Things to Do in Greater Palm Springs

Wednesday: Coachella Valley residents are blessed with 350 days of sunshine every year, and it’s invigorating to get out. A wildlife preserve and habitat, The Living Desert Zoo and Gardens is best to go in the morning when it’s cooler and the animals are playful.

 

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Thursday: There’s no better healer than Dr. Anthony Usera of Power of Chiropractic in Palm Desert. Dr. Anthony and assistant Paula are gentle people who can recommend a holistic approach to just about everything.

Friday: Copley’s in Palm Springs is quintessential desert fine dining and just up the block, Trio has been a popular spot in the Uptown Design District. When these two joined forces to open AC3 restaurant I knew it would be a wonderful addition to the El Paseo dining scene.

 

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Saturday: Art abounds in the desert. Featuring an outstanding permanent collection and an excellent exhibition program, the Palm Springs Art Museum is located in the heart of downtown Palm Springs in an architecturally-significant building designed in 1974 by E. Stewart Williams.

 

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Sunday: It’s all Greek to me! If you feel like a fun getaway to the Mediterranean, enjoy dinner at The Greek Island Restaurant in Palm Springs. The authentic family recipes, festive atmosphere and live music will make you feel right at home.

CODA Gallery
73400 El Paseo, Ste B1
Palm Desert, CA 92260
760.346.4661