Real Housewives Of Salt Lake Showcase Two Palm Springs Havens
In the latest episode of Bravo's popular reality TV show, 'Real Housewives of Salt Lake City', viewers were given a glitzy tour of Palm Springs' vibrant LGBT business community. The episode, filled with the usual drama and excitement that fans have come to expect, showcased two iconic locations in Palm Springs - the Blackbook restaurant and bar, and the Trixie Motel.
The ladies of RHOSLC, led by Meredith, embarked on a trip to Palm Springs and booked their stay at the Trixie Motel, a stunning retro-style "pink paradise" as it has been described. This motel is the creative brainchild of Trixie Mattel, the renowned drag queen and winner of Season 3 of RuPaul's Drag Race All Stars, who renovated a rundown motel into this vibrant, eye-catching destination (source: nbclosangeles.com).
The Trixie Motel, located on W. Stevens Road in Palm Springs, stands out with its unique decor, including photos of famous drag stars and other fun elements that resonate with Mattel's flamboyant personality. From the pinkest pool deck ever to the Flamingo room, every corner of this motel offers something exciting for the guests (source: bravotv.com).
But the glamour doesn't end there. The ladies also visited the Blackbook restaurant and bar, owned by Dean Lavine (pictured below) and a friend of Icon City. This bustling spot is known for its delicious food, refreshing drinks, and lively atmosphere, making it a must-visit place for anyone visiting Palm Springs.
The episode's focus on these local businesses has undoubtedly shone a spotlight on the thriving LGBT community and its contributions to the vibrant culture of Palm Springs. While the drama and antics of the Real Housewives might be the main draw for many viewers, it's clear that locations like the Blackbook Bar and the Trixie Motel are now on the radar of many who might be planning their next visit to Palm Springs.
In conclusion, Bravo's 'Real Housewives of Salt Lake City' has not only entertained its viewers with the usual high-drama antics of its stars but also highlighted the rich, diverse business scene in Palm Springs. From the retro charm of the Trixie Motel to the lively ambiance of the Blackbook restaurant and bar, this episode has put these local gems firmly on the map for future visitors.