14 Fashionable Things to Do, Shop and Eat in Greater Palm Springs According to a Stylish Local

This Palm Springs Local Is All About Hunting for Treasures and Exploring His City

Photographed By: Kenneth Alexander Scott What to do in Palm Springs

Expert: Nicolas Delgado
Credentials: Owner, The Fine Art of Design What to do in Palm Springs

Monday: I have breakfast at the French Corner Cafe in Palm Desert, then a margarita after work. [I’ll head] next door at Casuelas Café for outdoor music [on the] patio.hat to do in Palm Springs

Tuesday: I work out with trainer Jaime Jimenez at One Eleven Conditioning Club, followed by the best chicken salad sandwich at La Quinta Baking Company.

What to do in Palm Springs

Wednesday: Morning hike at the Whitewater Preserve with Ranger Jack, then antiquing at Victoria’s Attic. [Next it’s] dinner at one of the oldest sushi establishments in Palm Springs—Kiyosaku.

 

Thursday: Yoga class with Jenn at Yoga Bliss, then I grab a Chupacabra Chicken sandwich at Chef Tanya’s Kitchen. I’ll end the day with a glass of wine at Dead or Alive.

 

Friday: Vegan cheese and gluten-free pizza at Piero’s PizzaVino in Palm Desert. Then [I catch] a show from a local theatre production at [either] Palm Canyon Theatre, College of the Desert or Desert Theatreworks.

Saturday: I explore the Uptown Design District by visiting my favorite tastemakers such as Soukie Modern at The Shops at 1345.

 

Sunday: My favorite brunch and bloody mary at Las Casuelas Nuevas with my niece and nephew and then off to explore the Palm Springs Art Museum with them.

The Fine Art of Design
73717 CA-111
Palm Desert, CA 92260
760.565.7388

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