Breakfast. They say it’s the most important meal of the day, which I guess is true – since, if you have a terrible breakfast, your whole day is basically ruined before noon. So where do you go for the best breakfast in the city of Palm Springs?
Listed in no particular order – and be sure to check out our picks for the best places to grab breakfast (and Bloody Marys!) throughout the Coachella Valley.
Sherman’s Deli and Bakery
In addition to their huge menu of sandwiches, Sherman’s also offers up a tasty breakfast menu complete with omelettes, lox and cream cheese, and even salami and eggs. Guy Fieri loves this place and you will probably agree, it’s surely one of the best breakfast in Palm Springs spots.
Sherman’s Deli and Bakery, 401 East Tahquitz Canyon Way, Palm Springs, (760) 325-1199
Wilma and Frieda’s Cafe
Well, well, well…another Guy Fieiri fave. El Paseo is sleepy as hell before 10am, well except for the crowds at this Palm Desert favorite. House specialties include meatloaf and eggs, a short rib scramble with mozzarella, and a 6 oz. steak and eggs.
Wilma and Frieda’s, 155 S Palm Canyon Drive, Suite A21-A27, Palm Springs, (760) 992-5080
Wexler’s opened its Palm Springs location in the fall of 2018 at Arrive hotel. The spot is known for its classic Jewish deli food offerings, including house-smoked and hand-sliced meats and fish. Wexler’s was named one of the best Jewish delis in America by Business Insider in 2016, with the website saying the restaurant, “keeps things simple but artisanal.”
Wexler’s @ Arrive Palm Springs, 1551 N Palm Canyon Drive, Palm Springs, (760) 507-1650
The place is a little hard to find as it is tucked away in the back of a Palm Springs shopping center, but once you find it, you will be glad you did. They serve up mouth watering omelettes, crepes, and an outstanding plate of chicken and waffles – to name just a few of the tasty items on the menu.
Farm, 6 La Plaza, Palm Springs, (760) 322-2724
Pinocchio in the Desert
Known almost as much for their breakfast drinks (hello, bottomless champagne) as their food, this downtown spot is a hit with both locals and visitors. Waffles, a half-dozen different types of Benedicts, pancakes, omelettes, and more make this spot one of the tops choices for the best breakfast in Palm Springs
Pinocchio in the Desert, 134 East Tahquitz Canyon Way, (760) 322-3776
Yes. There is always a wait for this uptown Palm Springs favorite. But that’s because it is really good and they have bacon flights!
Cheeky’s, 622 N Palm Canyon Drive, Palm Springs, (760) 327-7595
Located in downtown Palm Springs, l’Atelier Café offers gourmet, French-style Parisian and French-style country items including French Brioches, French Toasts, French Croissants, Quiches, Crèpes, and much more. Everything is homemade with fresh and local products.
, 129 La Plaza, Palm Springs, (760) 778-7895
Feast on Mexican breakfast favorites like Machaca and Eggs, Chilaquiles Con Huevos, burritos, omelettes and more while you wash it all down with a delicious Michelada. Loco Charlie’s has a salsa bar and everything is made fresh daily.
Loco Charlie’s, 1751 N Sunrise Way, Ste F5, Palm Springs, (760) 832-6474
Broken Yolk Cafe
Their menu is loaded with Benedicts, omelettes (over a dozen to choose from), pancakes, crepes, and even a South of the Border menu with Huevos Ranchero, Machaca, and Chilaquiles. Also, their biscuits are huuuge!
Broken Yolk Cafe, 262 South Palm Canyon Dr, Palm Springs, (760) 318-9655
The downtown Palm Springs eatery serves seasonally fresh items with some fun twists including Prosciutto Benedict, Palm Sugar Waffles, and Orange Ricotta Pancakes. The place also has a full bar, so you have that going for you, which is nice.
Grand Central, 160 La Plaza, Palm Springs, (760) 699-7185
Manhattan in the Desert
Bagels and lox, waffles, omelettes, hot cakes and more are dished out daily at this bakery and deli. And, if you are just not in the mood for breakfast, they have a huge sandwich menu.
Manhattan in the Desert, 2665 East Palm Canyon Drive, Palm Springs,(760) 322-3354
Bit of Country
A favorite spot of Coachella Valley locals due to their good food and friendly staff. Bit of Country offers up plenty of breakfast options including omelettes, hot cakes, biscuits and gravy, and more.
Bit of Country, 418 South Indian Canyon Dr, Palm Springs, (760) 325-5154
4 Paws Coffee Company
You can grab a coffee, breakfast bagel, oatmeal, and more at 4 Paws – who are members and proud supporters of the ASPCA and donate a portion of each sale to the cause.
4 Paws Coffee Company, 2500 N Palm Canyon Drive, Ste A-5, (760) 832-8021
Enjoy having the best breakfast in Palm Springs!
Last updated: 12/28/18