From Our Editors
Habitat's internationally inspired, locally sourced menu saves tongues from taste depression by sprinkling their buds with flavor squeezed from ingredients that come from within 100 miles of the hotel. At breakfast, where guests can conclude their nightly anti-food vigils with a plate of malted Belgian waffles with toasted pecans and maple syrup ($12) or a bowl of steel-cut oatmeal with brown sugar and raisins ($8). Lunch options include tandoor-baked naan bread ($5) served with three homemade chutneys or pad thai ($18) prepared with tiger shrimp, chicken, or vegan themes. Both breakfast and lunch feature executive express options during the week ($18) for those in a hurry or practicing for the annual county casserole-eating race.