Cuisine(s)
American/New American
Price Scale
$$$
Description

Smooth as a Don Draper sales pitch, the luscious Goldfinch is restaurant overachiever Ethan Stowell’s claim upon the increasingly commendable hotel restaurant market. It sprawls across the Four Seasons lobby, its layout of midcentury suspended globes and slatted panels and textured upholsteries making much better sense of the space (and the view) than its former occupant. Ditto the menu, unapologetically comfort focused, with crab cakes and housemade pastas and wild King salmon and a fine Wagyu burger. The kitchen’s interest dials up when orders stray from the well-trod path, so order something like the crisp-fried quail with the cider sauce and you may just forget you’re in a hotel.

Meal Times
Breakfast, Brunch, Dinner, Happy Hour, Lunch
Good to Know
Child Friendly, Reservations
Good For
Business Lunch, Conversation, Date Night, Private Parties
Location