The man, the myth, the legend, Steen Bojsen-Møller. Steen is not only our beloved New Zealander, complete with an amazing accent and sarcastic personality but he is also the Beverage Director of F10 Creative and Co-Owner of Seymour’s and Toucans Tiki Lounge.
Developed in the 1930’s and 40’s the prestigious and luxurious Movie Colony neighborhood has been home to some of Hollywood’s biggest stars such as Dinah Shore, Cary Grant, Estee Lauder, Marilyn Monroe and Tony Curtis.
One area of the home to come the furthest in terms of design over the years is the outdoor living space. What was once just a place to put a simple patio furniture set and maybe a grill are now elegantly designed spaces with dining areas fit for a restaurant and architectural features that would make even Michelangelo swoon.
Most people seem to agree that when it comes to farming, cooking and eating, sustainable is a good thing. But super market decisions are often based on convenience, taste and price with food sustainability taking a back seat.
When most people think of a weekend in Palm Springs they imagine lounging poolside with a cocktail or unwinding with a massage at one of the many boutique hotels and spas. As much as we also enjoy the lux-life, Palm Springs' quintessential sunshine and warm weather make for the perfect vacation spot for outdoor enthusiasts.
We would be remiss to not sit down with Chef Eddie Moran - Executive Chef at Mr. Lyon’s Steakhouse and Culinary Director of F10. If you know Chef Eddy, he’s impossible not to love, if you don’t know him, you will love him after reading his words. He is a thoughtful, kind, intelligent and incredibly talented at what he does and we are lucky to have him with us. Read on below to find out what restaurants are on Chef’s culinary bucket list and more!
In the spirit of adventure, Seymour’s has established Seymour’s Secret Society. This distinguished group welcomes individuals that possess an undying curiosity and a certain thirst for knowledge. Special offers and invites will be made available only to those that pass the test and obtain “the key”.
Everyone knows that it’s hot, hot, hot in Palm Springs in the summer. Although there is no shortage of establishments with the AC cranked - we wanted to highlight some additional ways you can stay cool and enjoy all that Palm Springs to have offer! From museums to epic stargazing, homemade gourmet ice cream and luxury spas, Palm Springs really is the perfect getaway, even in the summer.
Hosting your own July 4th pool party or backyard BBQ? Create your own fireworks with these dynamite decorations, cocktails, party ideas and desserts! We’ve rounded up ten of our favorites for all your hosting needs.
One of our favorite wedding trends is the use of neutral color palettes - like green and blush! With the San Jacinto Mountains and Palm Springs as your backdrop you really don’t need much to wow your guests! Here are a few of our favorite details from Mimi + Joshua’s wedding, photography by the talented The Times We Have.
Complete with a tennis court, basketball court and soccer field, Zenyara really has something for everyone. As you can imagine its a perfect property for a large scale event, like this past season’s Adidas Sport Club - hosted in April and catered by F10 Catering during Coachella weekend.
We had so much fun working with the Adidas and our friends at Zenyara to bring this event together.
Our little Italian eatery has become well known and loved for its variety of handmade pastas - the Tagliatelle being a personal favorite of mine. The secret behind our beloved Tagliatelle is the man who makes it, Chef Marco Saba. He was born and raised in Italy, which means his passion for quality food and his straightforward, but jovial nature is pretty much a birthright.
Nearly 100 restaurants from Palm Springs to Palm Desert to Indio, California are participating in Greater Palm Springs Restaurant Week from May 31 - June 9. Mr. Lyons, for the fourth year, will be offering a three-course prix fixe of some of your steakhouse favorites for $49 (not inclusive of beverages, tax and gratuity).
This past season we had the privilege of being apart of some ridiculously rad events. Our menus are always creatively inspired, locally sourced and meant to be shared amongst friends and family. Check out some of our favorite moments from Instagram’s Desert Chill Party this spring!
Our little city is brimming with some seriously talented creators, innovators and entrepreneurs, all working on truly spectacular projects, and after coming down from the dazzling glamour of Modernism Week, Coachella and Zenyara, we wanted to sit down and chat with someone who we felt exemplified the Palm Springs lifestyle.
n terms of “public” art spaces, bathrooms are traditionally overlooked, a missed opportunity for an artist and the public to have a shared experience. By offering this blank three-dimensional canvas our goal is to give the artist the opportunity for creative expression while we and the public at large get the opportunity to think differently about a space that is traditionally thought of as a solely utilitarian.
As huge fans of the arts and the mission behind Desert X, we were excited to sit down with the non-profit’s Executive Director, Jenny Gil Shmitz, to get the inside scoop on the 2019 exhibition and what we can expect looking forward.
Frank Sinatra, aka “Mr. Palm Springs,” called the desert his home for more than 50 years. The Chairman of the Board and his Rat Pack buddies lived, loved and partied pretty hard here from the mid 40’s to late 1990’s. He has left imprints on the Palm Springs community that are still visible today.