Before the cluster of hotels just south of it were built, the land where this restaurant now sits was the owner's family picnic spot. The unusual Southwestern-inspired white building was erected in 1974 for exclusive use as a restaurant. Despite its long history, the menu features contemporary cuisine such as beet gratin with gorgonzola dulce and caramelized leeks, sauteed seabass and a grilled honey brined pork chop. You may not see these items as the menu changes weekly. Choose between a three- or five-course meal during dinner or opt for a patio or lounge seat for more casual menu offerings.