We started Boozehounds for one simple reason, we love our dogs. We wanted to create a contemporary, multifaceted space where people can socialize with their pups. Our expansive restaurant and lounge located along with the “gateway” to the city will provide a friendly environment for both canines and their humans. Featuring a main indoor dining room and bar along with an open-air lounge and patio bar, facing the picturesque Mt. San Jacinto State Park, our all-day Southern California menu will consist of locally sourced, seasonal ingredients paired with a selection of craft cocktails.

The city of Palm Springs has a large dog owner community and we want to contribute to that beloved community and create a space for them. Boozehounds will be a coffee, co-working, and lunch spot by day and the place to be for happy hour; and when happy hour turns into happy hours you can grab snacks or dinner as well. 


Happy Hour 
Daily 2pm – 5pm 

Dinner Service
Sunday – Thursday 5pm – 10pm 
Friday & Saturday 5pm – 11pm

Brunch Service
Saturday & Sunday 10am – 2pm

Coffee & Co-Working

Boozehounds opens at 8 am daily serving coffee and pastries. We have 2 large communal tables that we offer for use as co-working space until 4 pm. These tables are sat on a first-come, first-serve basis.

For our signature Boozehounds coffee blend, we closely collaborated with local coffee purveyor Vagabond Coffee. Our espresso is poured on our beautiful La San Marco espresso machine named, Rosina, or Rosie for short. Our coffee bar and co-working space offers espresso beverages and pastries from 8 am – 4 pm daily

BoozeHounds Coffee and Co Working


Our logo was inspired by owners Jimmy McGill and Steve Piacenza’s beloved dog, Striker. Striker was rescued on a whim from the Pasadena Humane Society in 1999. As his siblings raced to nibble on their fingers and vocalize for attention, Striker played it cool with direct eye contact, a slow but steady tail wag, and a purposeful nose lick. That day Jimmy and Steve took Striker home.

For 18 years he was much more than a four-legged best friend—he was more human than a dog. He had an incredible memory, temperament, and character. In fact, dog-sitters had trouble showering or changing clothes in front of him because of his attentive gaze.

Striker lives on in Boozehounds. He will never be forgotten. RIP to our sweet brother, a.k.a., Licky Licky Loo Loo, Handsome Man, The Babies, Strikes, Old Boy, Lamby Pajamy…