Reforma – The Hottest New Fine Dining, Nightclub and Entertainment experience will officially open on Saturday, February 18 as it heralds in a new era of sophistication in the heart of downtown Palm Springs!
Reforma’s kitchen, masterfully choreographed by executive chef, Erick Hernandez, turns out a pan-Latin menu paying homage to the Southern California experience. Cuisines from Mexico, Central and South America are represented and fused, delivering a unique dining opportunity. Check out Spanish Beer Steamed Mussels with House made Mexican Chorizo, Fennel, Pickled Fresno Chiles, the gorgeous branzino is simply grilled and served with escabeche and a flavorful salsa verde or incredible rib-eye or Tomahawk steaks. Reforma Palm Springs offers a state-of-the-art venue, while remaining rooted in Southern California with an authentic sense of place. We believe nightlife should be inclusive and inspirational; a welcoming environment that fosters a sense of community, even for first-time visitors. Bring your senses of sight, sound and taste and get ready to be engaged. Occupying nearly 9,000 square feet of a mid-century icon unique to Palm Springs, a former J.W. Robinson’s department store, Reforma inspires even before patrons enter the venue. A patio overlooking Palm Canyon Drive and the Palm Springs Art Museum Architecture and Design Center offers al fresco dining or chill-out opportunities. The entrance and front bar serve lunch, dinner and late cocktails. The main dining room seamlessly becomes the 2,700 square foot dance floor featuring an immersive Pioneer sound system and state of the art lighting and visuals. Tasteful décor and museum-quality artwork elevate the experience while maintaining the focus on the entertainment and dining. Ricardo Ruiz, whose work is featured at The Cheech Marin Center for Chicano Art and Culture “The Cheech” in downtown Riverside, has created Reforma’s artistic centerpiece; an expansive mural that greets visitors when they first enter the venue envelopes the senses. Additional works of contemporary Latin American art are found throughout the venue and will be continually added to.
Reforma’s expansive lounges, dining room and kitchen areas can accommodate corporate and private events of varying sizes and requirements. Their in-house production team and hard-working food and beverage staff ensure that your event runs smoothly from start to finish. Two full-service bars efficiently serve the venue’s 710-person capacity unmatched by any downtown venue. Reforma is located at 333 South Palm Canyon Drive, Palm Springs at Baristo Road in downtown Palm Springs. Call Reforma for reservations at (760) 902-6630 or join the crew at the bar. Hours: Sunday to Thursday 3PM to 12AM and Friday and Saturday 3PM to 2AM.
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