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About 4 Saints
With unparalleled views of picturesque mountains, 4 Saints provides a unique and modern space. Menu is driven by light, bright, clean flavors that are influenced by the seasons. The beverage program will provide a concise wine list, local brews, and masterful cocktails.
Palm Springs, CA 92262-6390
Contemporary French / American
Hours of Operation:
Dinner: Sunday - Thursday 5:30pm - 10:00pm, Friday - Saturday 5:30pm - 11:00pm.
Bar open 1 hour later each day - no food after 10:00pm/11:00pm respectively
South Palm Canyon
$50 and over
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Public Lot, Hotel Lot & Valet
4 Saints Ratings and Reviews
An awful night. Bartenders who make martinis for 3 customers with different pours. How can you serve 3 people that are together that order the same drinks with different amounts of alcohol? Brought it to attention on management... they apologized....next comes dinner...or so we thought. 1.5 hours into it we watched 2 tables who came in after us get their entrees 20 minutes before us. Again an apology from management. I can’t blame server. I blame inexperienced management. Our entrees were complimentary...thank you. I’d rather have great service and PAY for my meal than have the poor experience that I had. I paid $120 for my portion with a complimentary entree. Seriously??? Shame on you.
I went with a few friends whom were visiting from out of town. The service was pretty awful from the beginning of the experience. We were informed that they were out of bread service (which cost $10.00) It was 7:30 on a Friday night during one of the busiest weekends of the year. We asked our server if there was anything else that they could bring us. anything else to snack on such as brioche which was featured as part of one of the entree's we were told that was not possible. Then the "Manager" came over. We voiced our displeasure with the bread situation. His solution was to offer to bring us "hamburger buns" I felt this was very rude and condisending. The drinks were very slow to arrive to the table in a half full restaurant. The food was very expensive and marginal in taste and quality. There were no attempts to make our terrible experience better in any way. Nothing was comped. Not even a free cocktail. Not one cent of adjustments on the bill. Truly a horrible experience from start to finish. I will never go back.
Benefit of the doubt - New Restaurant
Menu was VERY limited and everything was a la carte, menu was very confusing, pricing was extremely high, service was fair, ran out of bread - no restaurant should run out of bread.
Steak alone was $115
28 day baby chicken is unacceptable as a menu item
There needs to be a division between entrees and appetizers - hard to understand
Decided to eat here after friends we went with saw it online and wanted to see it and the Rowan hotel. Decor and ambiance were inviting. Our server was the main problem - not sure if she had major attitude, was new or just not good at her job. Food was good but took a long time to come out and they were out of their house Parkerhouse rolls. How are you out of your bread? Just not a great experience overall.
The food was very good, the staff attentive, and new spots are always fun to try. The atmosphere is a little cold and they were serving people outside and had to open and close the door constantly making it truly cold and uncomfortable at our table. They should have heaters outside. It was a Thursday night and they ran out of bread! But they were very apologetic. We will certainly go back and since they are fairly new the kinks will get worked out.
The restaurant was disappointing. We arrived at 6:28 for our 6:30pm reservation (there was no valet for valet parking on a Tuesday night for some reason.) the host at the front desk said to us "You are 5 minutes early, please go to the bar until it's time for your reservation", really?
Wait staff was trying very hard but they were over-promising their knowledge of their wine choices. Starters were good but the main course, John Dory, Duck breast were disappointing, the venison was good.
very uneven and not sure we would go back again. there are so many other nice restaurants in the Palm Springs area.
Nice room in a contemporary style, night time views of the city underwhelming. Might be s good choice for lunch to look out over the city and mountains
We spent $175 for two people. One shared appetizer and dessert, and one glass of wine.
The meal was good but not blow my socks off good
And for $175 I want to be talking about it like it was the second coming.
When you are known for your bread, how can you run out of it at 8pm? This was a minor setback, but recommend better preparation in the future. And we splurged and ordered the $105 rib -eye., and we ordered it rare. Well, what we got was medium to medium rare. And these things happen, but for that kind of money, would have expected to get what I ordered.
Cocktails and food were both excellent.
Server was little overbearing and not as professional as others observed.
She first overcharged for a bottle of wine that was already expensive. When I noticed, she quickly apologized and corrected the charge. Not sure if that was a actual mistake or setup that would have gone through if I hadn’t checked the bill. Advice - check your bill. It’s expensive enough without overcharges.
Disappointing. Picked restaurant based on LA-media reviews I read, and booked for Tuesday night before we left NYC for our Palm Springs vacation. On Sunday, we were at Spencer’s for brunch, and met a local who warned us that 4 Saints was inconsistent and not to expect much. She was right. Apart from the rooftop view and outdoor dining, the experience was mediocre, both service and food. The appetizers and entree came out 45 minutes apart. Far too long. And the waitress walked past us 3 tines in the that time and never noted that empty table with no food in front of us. And we were one of 4 tables - not busy at all. When main meal arrived, it was the wrong order. My partner ate ahead of me. Net, the uni was interesting, the hamachi was sliced too thick and not terribly fresh, the scallops and crab meat had no flavor, and the cavatelli ragout (when it arrived) was ok. If I were to go back or recommend, and that’s a big IF, I would do drinks and head to Mr. Lyons. Oh, and weekend brunch at Spencer’s is a must. Copley’s, Workshop Kitchen +Bar, Mr Parker, Counter Reformation are all much,much better options.
Incredible views from the rooftop restaurant and bar. Expertly made cocktails and then...the chef is a true genius! This was the most innovative and delicious meal I've ever had in Palm Springs, and maybe anywhere. Had dinner here for my husband's birthday. The staff was so attentive and at the end of the meal, they brought a birthday card signed by the whole staff. The 4 Saints is a must for anyone visiting Palm Springs and a real joy for us locals!
Service was not good. Did not get order right and took another half hour to get correct appetizer and another hour for entre. We decided to not have our entre and went somewhere else for dinner. Wish it was better as it’s cool new spot but seems to have trouble with staff and service especially for the high price of the food.
With a group of five for a birthday dinner, everyone’s meal was exceptional. The espresso marinated venison, unusual as that might sound, was smooth and tender, completely lacking the gaminess that venison sometimes has...it really made for an unbelievably delicious meal. I’m still thinking about it two days later. Our waiter was friendly and great from a service perspective, not thoroughly proficient re the menu, but his attitude and responsiveness were tops. Great wine list at reasonable prices and our waiter recommended a a beautiful petit Syrah to go with the combination of choices around our table. The only negative (more strange than negative really) thing for the whole meal experience was that our table asked for sparkling water and our waiter said they were “completely out”....?? Say again? In a hotel? At 8pm on a Saturday night? We forgave them that little bubble and had a fantastic meal and night out in beautiful PS.
I was in Palm Springs for a few days for a spa weekend and needed to get away from vegetarian food for the evening. I booked a reso after reading good reviews and was not disappointed. The ambience is sleek but inviting and the restaurant is not too loud. My server was friendly and prompt and when my venison took longer than expected, they sent over a complimentary glass of champagne to my table. The food was outstanding, even if a bit expensive ($44 for venison), but you are partly paying for the ambience. Will recommend to friends and will return on my next trip.
On the top of the Rowan, right downtown in Palm Springs. This rather intimate restaurant has outside, inside, and pool side dining, take your choice. The menu is also rather compact, plenty of choices, and no "standby's. I'm not 100% sure that my server actually knew what he was saying about the food, but it didn't detract from the delicious food. This place could also be a terrific choice for "sun downer's" either pool side or on the outside deck. It' so convenient to the Village Fest on Thursdays.
My husband loved the food. I wasn't extremely impressed. The artichoke salad was different in a good way and a great small dish. I had chicken for my main course because I am not a red meat lover. It was overcooked and not great. My husband had fish and he loved it. The dessert was a chocolate and banana bar and just so so. It was $10 for parker rolls as a starter and they were barely warm.
Overall, this is a wonderful new restaurant in Palm Springs. I hope they evolve and become excellent in all respects.
What a rip off. They charge you $10 for BREAD and it just goes up from there. The food was just ok, and that stings when you’re paying $36-$55 an entree. Waaay over priced, save your money and go somewhere else- the ambiance is the nicest thing about it, but certainly not worth the hefty and painful price tag.
Open Table really let me down. Have been going to OT for days trying to get a reservation. Finally found one on Friday at 530PM - way too early yet only available reservation for days. We arrived at 530PM and were the only people in the place - no patrons, no employees. We were finally seated in the empty room - and remained alone for an hour and 15 minutes. No availability on OT yet the place was deserted. Open Table ruined our evening - we should have called the restaurant instead of booking online to get our (normal) desired time. This is what I shall do next time. My guests of course blamed me for going to OT.
You can tell that the chef worked for Iron Chef Marc Forgione. The food is fantastic. It’s not an expensive steak and seafood place with the usual menu. It’s an expensive ride through flavors you’ve never experienced before. I read a bunch of reviews that panned some of the dishes, and those reviewers didn’t get it. I think they were put off by the price. The servings are decently sized, but not IHOP sized. You will walk out satisfied and definitely delighted. Don’t expect it to be inexpensive. It’s not. It is better than just good. It’s really good. That said, they could improve their martinis. Martinis are not served in coups.
Overall, The Rowan was a good experience, with good food and attentive service. Lovely upscale space with a very LA vibe, which is unusual for Palm Springs. We had three appetizers: sea urchins, tempura eggplant and crab and for our main course, the cavatelli with lamb. Cocktails were small by PS standards. (LOL). The food was very good and we can recommend it without reservation. Since we brought a very nice bottle of wine (corkage $25) I especially appreciated the decanter provided, rather than just opening the bottle. That said, The Rowan is working through a few kinks. They asked us to wait for a table though several were available. 15mimutes past our reservation time we inquired again and were shown to one of the tables that had been open the entire time we had been waiting. Most puzzling. They were not seating people without a reservation, despite available tables (I get it, they were coming later, but the argument that ensued with a guest was not helpful). One of our cocktails did not appear (server different than waiter) and we had to flag the wait staff after five minutes. The restaurant as a whole is very, very loud. I hope/ expect these minor details (other than sound) will be worked out in the coming months.
The 4 Saints has not been open that long but it was our anniversary so we decided to try it. It is on the roof of the Rowan and we assumed the views, if nothing else, would be wonderful.
Started with a cocktail and discovered that they don't carry any flavored vodkas. Now I know that purist believe that flavor in vodka is always wrong, but this is Palm Springs where they flavor everything, so I'm not sure how long this is going to last.
Then we sat down for dinner and there was some service glitches as everyone wanted to sit outside and the server got several tables at once and it took a bit of time. I'm thinking that this issue should resolve itself and maybe management should monitor the dining room at the beginning of the service to at least get people drinks.
But all past faux-pas were forgiven when the food arrived. We have eaten at most of the valley's spots worth eating and this is by far the most though out and innovative cuisine that I have had. The duck and the rye pasta were excellent. The story is, which is apparently very true, that the chef sources local ingredients and it was obvious that the team has got the food down solid.
If you have a chance, experience the roof top bar as the views are great. The food is excellent, some of the best in the valley and easily most progressive food you can get. Be forewarned, food as well prepared and though out as this is not inexpensive, but it is truly worth it.
Some dishes need more thought. My wild boar sausage had way too much vinegar in the vegetables to the point where it was almost inedible. The Kamachi was to die for! Get the crepe for dessert even though the crepe is more like an empanada like pancake, the dish is fantastic. Not bad for only being opened one week. I imagine this will be a great restaurant once they work out the kinks.
Server not pleasant, greeted us rudely when we arrived at the table, to much waiting time between starter and entree, out of chicken which was our first choice. Server said that they had a rush earlier, but our reservation was for 7:15, party of 6
Valet was rude, not so much of what he said it was the tone.
Maitre d’ did not walk us to the table, but pointed us to the table,although pleasant, when we got to the table server rudely asked what we were doing there, which started the dinner with an unwelcoming attitude.
Probably one of our top dining experiences ever! The food was creative, well-presented, and incredibly tasty. The service - we've never had service this attentive and responsive before. Everything about the evening was terrific. At the end of the evening, our server presented us with a notecard, welcoming us to Palm Springs, and signed by the entire 4 Saints team. I had made a note that we were celebrating our first Christmas in Palm Springs on the reservation, but certainly wasn't expecting this sentiment! Although, the price point is high... you do feel like you get your money worth, it's unfortunate, though, that we won't be able to afford 4 Saints every week - which was our only regret for the evening.
This restaurant has some of the best food in the Valley. It's inventive, creative, fresh and unusual. Every single dish we had at our table was fantastic. The service was a bit spotty, mainly due to a large private party going on, but that's something the restaurant can fix. The manager was aware and made up for it by buying our entire table desserts. We would not have ordered these, but thank goodness we got a chance to sample them. They were out of this world - without exception and very generous portion sizes. We were there opening night and again a month later, and we already saw some changes to the menu (bread added, entree portion size increased, etc.) so you know it's the kind of place that will just continue to improve. It is pricey but the food is worth it. The only shame is that while there is a fantastic view from the rooftop, there isn't one when you are dining (perhaps in the private room?). My suggestions for improvement are (a) have the Chef meet the diners. We did see him walking around, but only greeted one table. The food is so exquisite that it would be a real treat to meet the Chef, (b) consider complementary bread. I'm not a huge bread eater, but the sauces were so good I wanted some bread to sop it up with but didn't want to pay and (c) potentially figure out a way to offer reduced prices either off season or certain times such as a pre-theater menu or late night or even a weekend lunch. It will always be first choice for a special occasion or to bring out of town guests, but it's a little out of everyday range for some. When you have locals that go out to eat 5-10 times a week, it would be good to have 4Saints on the rotation. That said, i would encourage everyone to try it, especially if you appreciate great food. We are all thrilled to have this quality food in town!
Our service room manager completely ignored us & when we first arrived he didn’t greet me I had to finally say I had a reservation and we were sitting at a booth . At first he scuffed then said FINE. Our reservation was st 5:30, we didn’t eat until 7:30, someone forgot to place our order, the hourderves were fab, very tasty. After that it took forever fir the meal to arrive.My friend tried speaking with the room manager but instead of listening & being empathetic he was combative, over talked my friend and kept wanting to make excuses in a very unkind tone. He was asked to leave our table.
Sheeesh what a first time experience.
Just tried to have a holiday celebration at 4 Queens at the Rowan. After an initial good experience one week ago, I have to say I have never had such rude, horrible service. The manager, Adam was incredibly unprofessional, obnoxious and obviously with an agenda. They could not accommodate 10 of us sitting comfortably at a table, stating the chef couldn’t handle more than 5 meals at a time(?!) and decided to try to charge us price fixe last min. They tried to make some of us stand even though they had empty tables. The manager even came over to REMOVE a chair because he needed it for another table, despite empty chairs outside at at the booth next to us. This is 5-star restaurant service?We left after two rounds of expensive cocktails and they refused to stamp the valet ticket because we didn’t dine! The staff seemed so mortified and embarrassed. How awful they have to experience this. With all the bad reviews and mistreatment of locals, I’m unsure this management will last. They certainly aren’t helping the reputation of what promised to be a nice experience.
Will not be going back to 4 Saints. Horrible horrible service. Disgraceful manager.
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