About Arnold Palmer's Restaurant
Arnold Palmer's Restaurant features Progressive American cuisine, including fresh seafood, steaks, and some of Arnie's great comfort foods. This one-of-a-kind restaurant features an impressive wine room that houses 2,500 bottles of wine and an exclusive Chef’s Table for special events. A variety of live entertainment in the evening in Arnie’s Pub sets the atmosphere for guests to enjoy a unique dining experience. The extensive newly remodled patio offers stunning views of the Santa Rosa Mountains, a cozy outdoor fire pit for guests to dine around and a putting green where visitors can work on their game.
Hours of Operation:
We are closed for Summer Vacation.
Reopen September 22, 2016
$31 to $50
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Various local artists perform nightly in Arnie's Pub.
We offer both valet and self-service parking.
Private Party Facilities:
Arnold Palmer's has private party space for groups of 20-200.
Private Party Contact:
Banquet/Private Rooms, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Chef's Table, Counter Seating, Dancing, Entertainment, Fireplace, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking Area, Patio/Outdoor Dining, Personal wines welcome, Personal wines welcome (corkage fee applies), Private Room, Smoking Area, Takeout, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Arnold Palmer's Restaurant Ratings and Reviews
Absolutely first class. Impeccable wine ...
Absolutely first class. Impeccable wine list, delectable dinner choices , outstanding service, charming atmosphere. The six of us all had different choices and everyone was impressed and delighted with the evening.
We have been to this restaurant numerous ...
We have been to this restaurant numerous times prior.
Food is excellent and beautiful setting.
However, we went there last Saturday for our anniversary.
(It apparently was there last night before closing for the summer.)
Our service was terrible. We had to ask for the waiter several times.
Had this been our first experience, we probably would not be back!
My first reaction was, "This restaurant ...
My first reaction was, "This restaurant is a nice surprise."
The food and cocktails are great...service was "POOR"...A different waiter came to our table numerous times to check on us.
I believe this was because the restaurant was closing for the summer (3) days later.
A celebration to remember👍
What a wonderful venue to share with those you love and embrace. From the moment you step out of your car and greeted by their staff to the good bye thank you as you leave... You feel like you just came home for a memorable meal and visit! Each area of service was outstanding, meal selection paired with fine wines were knowledgeable presented by the service staff. The facilities were interesting and thought provoking! The overall experience was well worth the cost of the meal and left you a joyful thought... We'll be back😜
Another Great Meal at Arnie's
We always like to come here when we visit Palm Springs. Every time we have come, it's been a great dining experience and this time was no exception. This time we enjoyed the pork chop, scallops, and for dessert, the cocoanut cream pie and the creme brulee. Our server, Cory, was excellent as always, and with great recommendations. Thank you!
We look forward to dining at Arnold Palm ...
We look forward to dining at Arnold Palmers every time we visit LaQuinta. The food is always delicious. My favorite is the Montgomery Inn Ribs. The best ribs I have ever had. We had dinner there twice this week and both times I had the ribs. Both times they were amazing. May try to eat there again before leaving on Monday.
What a delight!
We were given a gift card and used it for our wedding anniversary dinner. We had heard that this restaurant was very, very good, but I am having trouble finding words that can do it justice. The sea bass with the honey soy glaze was SPECTACULAR. I have been searching the internet ever since to try to find a similar recipe. The creme brulee was marvelous. We ordered the crab cakes(AMAZING!) and tuna sashimi appetizers, both of which were fantastic and came with their own small salads. The service was attentive but not intrusive or stuffy. Clearly this place runs like a well-oiled machine from the customer's point of view. Arnold Palmer's Restaurant far exceeded our high expectations.
Went here for steak on a boys golf weekend. The memorabilia that decorated the walls was spectacular. The food - not so much. A very good chopped butter leaf salad, but an average filet mignon steak and over-salted but al dente asparagus. Decent wine list, but not out of this world. Nice mix of folks on a later Friday night in the low tourist season: older couples out with friends, group of six women in their 20's celebrating a birthday, family with younger children. Just want Arnie wants to cultivate. Go here for the golf stuff, not for the food.
The food was tasty. We had reservation f ...
The food was tasty. We had reservation for 11 outdoor seating but that night was windy so they moved everyone indoor and put of us in a private room which was very nice! We enjoyed the privacy and everything that evening.
Dinner at Arnie's
Spent a long weekend in the desert and after a few so-so meals, my husband and I thought we'd end our stay at Arnold Palmer's. We'd been there a couple of years ago and hoped for the best.
Very quiet on a Monday night. We sat on the lovely patio where misters kept us cool. The waiter promptly greeted us and suggested a couple of appetizers. We ordered the "Tempura-battered calamari with sweet Thai sauce". We think it was frozen. The batter was really thick and not crisp. Definitely not a tempura batter which should be light and dry.
We ordered the $35 - 3-course meal which was a good deal. Caesar salad, prime rib with mashed potatoes and julienne veggies, then a sundae - vanilla ice cream with strawberries, candied cashews and sauce.
The 3-course meal is good for Mondays- Wednesdays and I would go back just for that (they have different entrees on that, like a meuniere whitefish). Just don't expect a great meal, but you'll get a very good meal, if you don't get the calamari and are careful about ordering.
overpriced for average food
Went with friends for a first time visit. Two of us had the prime rib. Without the horseradish sauce the rib had no taste. The chef needs to do something about their seasoning. My wife's salmon was overcooked and returned. The second time it was undercooked! We brought our own wine and had a round of cocktails and the bill for 4 people was around $400. A bit much for mediocre food. The wait staff was good but the food was not. Won't return!
ok food doesn't make up for bad service
Service was really poor. And to top it off, they added 20 percent to the check for a party of 4.
Our waiter was inexperienced. It took 20 minutes to get iced tea....at Arnold Palmers...go figure. The waiter brought the wrong desserts not once, but twice. He was not trained well. He handed beverages and plates to us, instead of placing them on the table. There were bread plates on the table, but bread never showed up. When paying $40+ per person, these details become glaring.
Food was ok, once the right orders were delivered. Good portion size, tasty.
But I won't be back, too many other better options.
We were definitely over dressed so go ca ...
We were definitely over dressed so go casual as people were there in golf attire. The food was delicious and the service was great. I had the short ribs & they were very tender, flavorful & not fatty. My husband has the prime rib & it was excellent. The cocktails were great and so was dessert. It was not overly noisy and we had a booth that was romantic. I would suggest that they dim the lights a bit more. All of the memorabilia on the walls is enjoyable to see.
Food was alright...definitely nothing sp ...
Food was alright...definitely nothing special (me: pot roast, my husband: stroganoff). Service was really good. Ambiance was really good also. Noticed the bar was much busier than the dining room...wish we would have sat on that side....better music!
Arnold Palmer Restaurant in LaQuinta
I thought that the food was only good, not excellent. The lighting in the dining room where we were seated is due for a review. To say that it was a bit harsh and inconsistent would be an understatement. It would have been nice for the hostess to offer outdoor seating as an option when we checked in. The patio appears to be a very pleasant place for dinner and has plenty of heating.
Please sign in to record your input. Thanks!
Report this review as inappropriate?
If you believe this review should be removed from OpenTable, please let us know and someone will investigate.