A Sumptuous Speakeasy to Cap the Night: Seymour's Review
Jesse Bluma at Pointe Viven. All rights reserved.
After dinner or happy hour in Mister Lyons restaurant use your detective skills to find the speakeasy, Seymour’s, off the lounge area. This secret bar harkens back to an English manor. Step up to the bar counter and enjoy watching the mixologists or have a seat at one of the cozy tables. Outside of Seymour’s, named in honor of Lazar’s father, is a mid-century patio with a bocce ball court.
“It’s the beginning of a new era.
You may know our space, family-owned and operated for over 70 years by David Lyons as Lyons English Grill. Reimagined in 2015 by Tara Lazar, Mr. Lyons is the newest offering from the Foundation 10 family, taking the same attention to detail we’ve brought to Cheeky’s, Birba and Alcazar to a new vista on the South end of town.
Evoking the old Hollywood glamour that Palm Springs is famous for, our dining salon is black and white marble, wood, brass, and luxurious velvet booths; a fine dining experience steeped in classic elegance.”
Seymour's is part of the Foundation 10 group, including Cheeky’s, Birba, and Alcazar. Owner and hotelier Tara Lazar is inspired by classics as well as modern interpretations of food and drink. Lazar’s respect and use of small farm ingredients, local produce, and classics is admirable. Seymour's is one decadent experience to remember.
Several items on the menu stand out after several visits.
Steak Frites: hanger steak with peppercorn sauce
Crispy Brussels Sprouts
Peak times occur on weekends and during special events in the city. Arrive early to secure a table. Reservations recommended.
Location: Seymour's and Mister Lyons is located at 233 East Canyon Drive, Palm Spring, California 92264.
Parking lot and valet available.
*Seymour's and Mister Lyons is open seasonally. Call ahead or check the restaurant's website.
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