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This beautiful venue �" which bills itself as an American brasserie �" was new on the scene at the close of 2015 and has been delighting guests with its 1940s panache and versatile... Read More
This beautiful venue �" which bills itself as an American brasserie �" was new on the scene at the close of 2015 and has been delighting guests with its 1940s panache and versatile continental menu. Groups here are well taken care of and larger parties are welcome to book separate spaces that allow for as much privacy or visibility as is desired. In fact you may want to leave the doors open to hear the live music, which plays nightly and pulls material from a host of beloved genres, from instrumental jazz to Sinatra favorites. Buyouts are available here, as well, and your guests will no doubt be wowed by the place, from the gorgeous fountain out front where they can set up for outside service to the inviting warm interiors.
- Best Restaurants, Fine Dining, Group Friendly: "Oh, the mussels! Whether iron skillet roasted or floating amid a ladle of Billi Bi Soup in the form of a tender-crispy beignet, they come highly recommended."
- Romantic Dining: "The interior is sumptuous and beautiful but the fountain just outside makes for a lovely al fresco view if weather suits."
- Recommended as Best Restaurants Because: An upscale but wholly unpretentious vibe pairs beautifully with Chef Tim Keating's flair for the phenomenal. Expert wine pairings don't hurt.
- Best for Romantic Dining Because: With atmosphere evocative of the Big Band Era and a four-time James Beard nominee in the kitchen, odds are good for a date-night win.
- Best for Fine Dining Because: Luma on Park employs seasonal ingredients, sustainable seafood and offers diners a gorgeous locale in which to walk off their pot de creme dessert.
- Best for Group Friendly Because: Elegant and posh with a comfortable vibe that's fashionable without being stuffy, this beautiful Dr. Phillips venue is ideal for all manner of groups.