Great News – continued projects and enhancements are under way at Johnny Costa’s Ristorante this summer designed by Dave Johnston, of D.W. Construction. The restaurant will reopen for their 42nd season on September 1st at 5 PM. The new concept has a modern feel with exotic woods and soft earth tone colors.
The beautification of the dining room will feature new carpet, all new upholstery and seating and new paint throughout the restaurant. Custom angled framed mirrors will showcase the walls, new chandeliers, sconces and other enhancements will allow the dining experience to be more intimate.
Two custom wine cabinets with slat walls will display wine and iconic pictures of the family and past history. Custom exotic wood paneling has been added in the bar, private dining room and throughout the restaurant. The bar will have a new look with granite tops, case work lighting, the Johnny Costa’s Ristorante logo hand painted on the brick wall. The bathrooms will feature new tile, flooring, fixtures, and furnishings.
A custom wine rack will be displayed behind the newly designed reception area. New custom wine chillers with exotic case work are being designed to be located off the main dining room. Water jet panels will divide the wall between the main dining room and the kitchen. The private dining room will showcase new chandeliers, new sconces, and a pop out custom backlit display featuring bottles of wine with pictures of the family.
Founder Johnny Costa and the family have been serving authentic classic Italian Cuisine since 1976. Frank Sinatra himself was a regular at this Italian restaurant, where the chairman’s two favorite dishes – the steak Sinatra and linguine clams – are still on the menu. Steak Sinatra and linguine clams are still one of the favorites of our diners. Celebrities and locals love the Johnny Costa experience and you will too! The Costa Family is excited to carry on the legacy of founder Johnny Costa. Voted “Best Italian Restaurant” by Palm Springs Life Readers!
Johnny Costa’s Ristorante located at 440 South Palm Canyon Drive in Palm Springs between Baristo and Ramon.