The soaring, luxurious dining room is the epitome of Jazz Age elegance; I feel like the Great Gatsby sharing the company of Daisy when I dine here.
AAA Inspector Notes
Historic. The dining room has a lofty ceiling decorated with gilt plaster and ornate frescoes of angels, the god Apollo in his chariot and classical scenes of 18th-century ladies and gentlemen. The seasonal menu presents sophisticated dishes, such as sweet corn soup with lobster as well as seared scallops with lardo, sunflower seeds and mint. The restaurant produces its own bourbon and beer. It even has its own herb garden and beehives on the roof. The desserts are so special you may want to start your dinner with a pastry. In any case, don't leave without sampling the chocolate tart with creme anglaise or a cheese course with a house-made Valencay cheese.