Tommy Bahama's also serves food (and I heard it is quite good) but I just stopped here to get a drink and check the place out. They have a nice balcony and the wicker furniture, palm trees and ceiling fans make you think of the Caribbean. Good, friendly service. I enjoyed the Old Havana (a rum drink).
Dress Code: Casual is the order of the day.
El Paseo is steppin up!!! Its about time El Paseo made a place fun for 21+ (but the younger side of 21+ can enjoy). Augusta's wednesday night is hot. . .with dance floor, inside/outside bar, and little fire pits throughout the back area. They make drinks worth you money.
Dress Code: club attire.
El Paseo Drive brightens up a lot at night, certainly in summer when daytime tempertures are oppressively hot, but also in winter when everyone has had their fill of sport activities and has become ready for restaurants, bars, and music. Expensive cars cruise up and down the street. The galleries are frequently open with showing of a new favorite artist. It's safe here any time of the day or night.
Dress Code: Palm Desert isn't a place to dress down into rags, but neither is it for an urban tuxedo. Dress casually in your finest spun threads or sophisticated country club look. Shorts are likely to be acceptable day or night here, but then again expensive jewelry can also be worn with feeling out of place.
Loud, dark, average size dance floor. Good drinks: alcoholic and non alcoholic.
Well staffed. Fun atmosphere and lighting.
Dress Code: No Jeans, No Sneakers.
Dress Up is my suggestion, but that's just me.
The Gardens is a good place to go during the evening for drinks and dinner. Often a live concert is featured