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Posted By Jean T. Barrett On February 15, 2012 @ 10:00 am In Discoveries | 1 Comment
WHY It’s a special occasion. Or your boss is paying. Or you’re coming before 7 p.m. for the light $24 three-course meal, great for pre-theater.
WHAT Glide through the Ritz-Carlton lobby, ascend 24 floors heavenward, make your way through the hubbub of the lounge and prepare to enjoy some of the best food ever served in a ‘view restaurant.’ Wolfgang Puck has long had a knack for Asian fare (witness the nearly three-decades-old Chinois on Main) and at his eyrie overlooking the city, the sky’s the limit—literally. Prix fixe menus start at $80 for three courses and go up to $170 for ten; you can order a la carte in the lounge. Don’t miss the Sichuan lobster, which is almost as good as what you’ll find in Monterey Park. Smart diners arrive before sunset to savor a well-made cocktail and watch the traffic creep along below, bathed in the roseate glow.
WHO The moneyed.
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