Tyler's Burgers

★★★★☆
  • 149 S Indian Canyon Dr

    Palm Springs, CA 92262

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  • 760-325-2990

About Tyler's Burgers

Hours
Monday To Saturday From 11:00 AM To 04:00 PM

Food

Food
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I enjoy their food here. Lots of mouth watering flavor and I like the super fast way they get the food out to you, without feeling hurried. More accurately, I think I should say that the food comes out in successions, at the perfect timing.

3
★★★★★

I enjoy their food here. Lots of mouth watering flavor and I like the super fast way they get the food out to you, without feeling hurried. More accurately, I think I should say that the food comes out in successions, at the perfect timing.

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The people at home 101 referred us to this burger hotspot! Said it is Suzanne Somers choice for a great burger, noticed on menu there is a burger named after her....101 also told me to try the fabulous potato salad....O M G!!!!!!!

3
★★★★★

The people at home 101 referred us to this burger hotspot! Said it is Suzanne Somers choice for a great burger, noticed on menu there is a burger named after her....101 also told me to try the fabulous potato salad....O M G!!!!!!!

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This is a wonderful place, the food is excellent and the staff friendly. The prices are high but well worth it.
Great place to watch people. If it was more resonable we would eat there more.

2
★★★★★

This is a wonderful place, the food is excellent and the staff friendly. The prices are high but well worth it.
Great place to watch people. If it was more resonable we would eat there more.

Pros: Good Food, Fast

Cons: Parking, High Prices

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I grew up in Philly (land of the cheese steak) and lived in New York and then L.A. and San Francisco over the next 30 years. I've eaten hamburgers from coast to coast and no burger I ever ate was as delicious, fresh, tender and tasty as Tyler's. Everything is prepared fresh that day including fresh ground high quality beef, fabuloso, heavenly rich and creamy cole slaw and potato salad. No left over grease for their fries. FRESH, FRESH, FRESH and delicious. And, YES, the service is slow, but if you're looking for fast....go to McDonald's. If you want the very best of the best and don't mind the wait for high quality burgers and all the fresh sides, then TYLER'S is the place you've been looking for. And they put out fresh cold water for pets.
For all you in a hurry people, there's a McDonald's and Burger King just blocks away. I'm sure they'll serve you up some greasy prototype burgers real fast. LOL.

2
★★★★★

I grew up in Philly (land of the cheese steak) and lived in New York and then L.A. and San Francisco over the next 30 years. I've eaten hamburgers from coast to coast and no burger I ever ate was as delicious, fresh, tender and tasty as Tyler's. Everything is prepared fresh that day including fresh ground high quality beef, fabuloso, heavenly rich and creamy cole slaw and potato salad. No left over grease for their fries. FRESH, FRESH, FRESH and delicious. And, YES, the service is slow, but if you're looking for fast....go to McDonald's. If you want the very best of the best and don't mind the wait for high quality burgers and all the fresh sides, then TYLER'S is the place you've been looking for. And they put out fresh cold water for pets.
For all you in a hurry people, there's a McDonald's and Burger King just blocks away. I'm sure they'll serve you up some greasy prototype burgers real fast. LOL.

Pros: FRESH, FRESH, FRESH QUALITY FOOD PREPARED F-R-E-S-H EACH DAY

Cons: Always a line and serivce is sluggish, but well worth the wait.

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While the food is comparable to anything out there the service leaves much to be desired. The servers help those who they feel will tip them well while ignoring everyone else. The bus staff seems to be a bit more helpful than the owner. If you are looking for a place to waste time dont mind the heat and slow service give tylers a try, Otherwise avoid it like a bad cold. They have frys that are greasy buns that are hard and the meat is undercooked while keeping the grease to drip off like ice cream on a hot summers day. This place should be sold to someone who wants to live up to the hype about the name because its so bad its just a shame.

1
★★☆☆☆

While the food is comparable to anything out there the service leaves much to be desired. The servers help those who they feel will tip them well while ignoring everyone else. The bus staff seems to be a bit more helpful than the owner. If you are looking for a place to waste time dont mind the heat and slow service give tylers a try, Otherwise avoid it like a bad cold. They have frys that are greasy buns that are hard and the meat is undercooked while keeping the grease to drip off like ice cream on a hot summers day. This place should be sold to someone who wants to live up to the hype about the name because its so bad its just a shame.

Pros: A great location to people watch

Cons: Bad food bad service high prices over greasy not worth its name.

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Visited here in April 2007. After waiting in line, we were finally seated and then totally ignored by our server. She passed us several times waiting on other customers and never even acknowledged us. The busser kept coming back asking if we had been helped. We told him 'No', and then saw him go to the server and tell her to help us. She walked by and said she would be right with us, but never came. She tended to her gay customers who were seated after us wonderfully. They got lots of attention and great service. I don't know what her problem was, but after 30 mins. we got up and left. We went down the street to the Kaiser Grille and had a delicious meal and absolutely phenomenal service! We came back to Tyler's and spoke with the owner. She seemed concerned and offered us a free meal, but we were on our way out of town. I can't comment on the food since we never got to taste it, but we will never return due to the tall blonde.

0
★☆☆☆☆

Visited here in April 2007. After waiting in line, we were finally seated and then totally ignored by our server. She passed us several times waiting on other customers and never even acknowledged us. The busser kept coming back asking if we had been helped. We told him 'No', and then saw him go to the server and tell her to help us. She walked by and said she would be right with us, but never came. She tended to her gay customers who were seated after us wonderfully. They got lots of attention and great service. I don't know what her problem was, but after 30 mins. we got up and left. We went down the street to the Kaiser Grille and had a delicious meal and absolutely phenomenal service! We came back to Tyler's and spoke with the owner. She seemed concerned and offered us a free meal, but we were on our way out of town. I can't comment on the food since we never got to taste it, but we will never return due to the tall blonde.

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My wife and I have lunch at Tyler's whenever the mood strikes us and also when we have some cash in our pocket, since that's all that Tyler's accepts. Since we very rarely carry cash, their 'cash only basis' system is somewhat inconvenient and precludes us from eating there as much as we would like.

Also, the parking situation around lunchtime can be 'trying', as they have no dedicated restaurant parking. The 'first come first served' public parking lot, as well as Tyler's average 10-15 minute wait for lunchtime seating might fend off those who have only heard about Tyler's, but have yet to try it. Locals already know that by arriving at 11am for lunch, this will more than likely result in immediate seating.

My wife usually has their cheeseburger and I have about three 'sliders' (small hamburgers which currently cost about two and half bucks 'a pop'). My wife orders the brewed ice tea and I'll order a chocolate malt. Then we'll usually share a basket of fries which is more than enough for two adults. Our average bill for this meal runs about $35 (including tip).

When visiting Palm Springs for the first time, I'd still recommend going to Tyler's (at least once for the experience) for lunch at their historic location, and bring plenty of cash.

Pros: Tyler's offers good food, excellent service, a smiling friendly staff, and a gracious hostess.

Cons: It's just too bad that at thirty bucks (plus tip) per meal, they still don't accept credit cards as a form of payment. Their lack of credit card acceptance has absolutely no reflection of such savings upon their customers' check?

Since Palm Springs attracts tourists year-round, available nearby parking and immediate seating are usually a problem.

Burgers are good, but you'll pay the price...nothing on their limited menu is inexpensive.

4
★★★★☆

My wife and I have lunch at Tyler's whenever the mood strikes us and also when we have some cash in our pocket, since that's all that Tyler's accepts. Since we very rarely carry cash, their 'cash only basis' system is somewhat inconvenient and precludes us from eating there as much as we would like.

Also, the parking situation around lunchtime can be 'trying', as they have no dedicated restaurant parking. The 'first come first served' public parking lot, as well as Tyler's average 10-15 minute wait for lunchtime seating might fend off those who have only heard about Tyler's, but have yet to try it. Locals already know that by arriving at 11am for lunch, this will more than likely result in immediate seating.

My wife usually has their cheeseburger and I have about three 'sliders' (small hamburgers which currently cost about two and half bucks 'a pop'). My wife orders the brewed ice tea and I'll order a chocolate malt. Then we'll usually share a basket of fries which is more than enough for two adults. Our average bill for this meal runs about $35 (including tip).

When visiting Palm Springs for the first time, I'd still recommend going to Tyler's (at least once for the experience) for lunch at their historic location, and bring plenty of cash.

Pros: Tyler's offers good food, excellent service, a smiling friendly staff, and a gracious hostess.

Cons: It's just too bad that at thirty bucks (plus tip) per meal, they still don't accept credit cards as a form of payment. Their lack of credit card acceptance has absolutely no reflection of such savings upon their customers' check?

Since Palm Springs attracts tourists year-round, available nearby parking and immediate seating are usually a problem.

Burgers are good, but you'll pay the price...nothing on their limited menu is inexpensive.

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Order a giant burger, or surprisingly thick sliders with grilled onions, a side of slaw and a chocolate shake for a truly memorable meal. Friendly, smiling waitstaff and a welcoming owner make you feel at home. They also have beer, an added bonus for a burger stand.

2
★★★★★

Order a giant burger, or surprisingly thick sliders with grilled onions, a side of slaw and a chocolate shake for a truly memorable meal. Friendly, smiling waitstaff and a welcoming owner make you feel at home. They also have beer, an added bonus for a burger stand.

Pros: Uncompromising quality, delicious food and friendly service

Cons: Can get really crowded. Closed on Sundays.

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Best Restaurant.......you gotta be kidding. Best hamburger stand...no...."great hamburger stand" but it's not the "best restaurant." The user rating that follow is for the "hamburger stand" catagory.

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★★★★☆

Best Restaurant.......you gotta be kidding. Best hamburger stand...no...."great hamburger stand" but it's not the "best restaurant." The user rating that follow is for the "hamburger stand" catagory.

Pros: convenient, good value, good hamburger stand

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Only open for lunch, this former bus depot now serves up burgers to hordes of hungry locals and curious tourists. Inside, a counter offers a few stools, but most folks stand in line to score a table on the patio. To…

 

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