(Inside the Dining Room of Impala facing Palm Canyon Drive and Baristo)

Palm Springs, CA

Located just south of Baristo on Palm Canyon Drive, residents and visitors are about to get a brand new experience catapulted by the continued resurgence of Downtown Palm Springs.

Impala is set to open, after city inspections are complete, making it the newest Mexican restaurant/sports bar/nightclub in town.

The space is sizeable with large open windows and a welcoming bar. Behind the bar sits an impressively large 18 foot by 12 foot television screen ready for sports events and other showings. The restaurant section boasts a large dining room and two outdoor patios with seating for over 85 guests.

Impala Bar with Large Screen TV

(Impala Bar with Large Screen TV)

Impala Bar & Grill PSP will offer popular Mexican and American dishes much like its older sister bar, Impala PDX in Portland. The restaurant will also offer full lunch and dinner menus, happy hour 7 days a week from 3-7:00, as well as brunch on Saturday and Sunday.

Impala joins it’s new neighbor Reforma, and popular wine store BevMo!, in an effort to revitalize a less pedestrian traversed but important stretch of Palm Canyon Drive between Baristo and Ramon.

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While this stretch of Palm Canyon Drive has seen an uptick in homelessness in the past few years, Chief Andy Mills has recently announced his plan, Operation Relentless Sun in effort to better address homelessness and the criminal element that utilize homelessness as a cover.

Impala is located at 333 S. Palm Canyon Drive, Palm Springs, CA 92264 and can be found online here.

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By Eric Gray

Eric Gray is Editor-in-chief for the Palm Springs Tribune. He covers everything from real estate, restaurant, and entertainment, to public safety, airport, and local development. He moved to Palm Springs in 2020 as part of the mass migration out of the cities. He has a Bachelor's degree from Towson University. Follow Eric on Twitter @ericgrayps