Chez Daniel executive chef Wilver Sanchez interprets the cuisine of France with an eye for artful presentation, simple and fresh ingredients, and a creative sensibility. Attentive servers welcome diners with appetizing small plates, covering nude tables with plump escargot baked in garlic butter and house-smoked salmon toast. Lobster ravioli is tossed with sautéed mushrooms before making a dazzling midmeal entrance in a mantle of roasted artichokes and lobster-tarragon sauce, while filet mignon is served with potatoes and a classic béarnaise sauce. During lunch, a more casual midday menu features sandwiches such as an open-faced beef-tenderloin sandwich with cambozola-cheese fondue, and plates heaped with chicken fettuccine. Chez Daniel also features a list of weekly specials. The dining room's exposed-brick, lofty archways, and elaborately adorned tables entice customers with an atmosphere as elegant as a tablecloth woven from Charlemagne’s beard.
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Fresh ingredients from local suppliers abound at Crave, where patrons can create their ideal plates by hand-selecting from an array of all-natural and organic eats. The buffet table sports an elaborate ensemble of tongue tempters, with items such as fresh baked goods, seasonal fruit, applewood-smoked bacon, and egg strata orbiting a chef's selection of fish. Toppings of maple syrup, whipped cream, and berry compote eagerly adorn freshly-toasted checkerboards at the gourmet waffle station, and the chef's carving station showcases a selection of fine meats whittled to look like bars of soap. Champagne, mimosas, and bellinis give brunch a cosmopolitan flair, and Crave's low-lit ambience provides an intimate backdrop for shadow-puppet Civil War reenactments.
Poor Richard's Commonhouse whips up hearty platters of classic American pub grub and intrepid tumblers of signature cocktails against a cozy backdrop of exposed brick walls and hardwood floors. Oil rusty jaw hinges with starters such as the Samuel Adams lager mussels ($9.99), which bathes Prince Edward Island mussels in Sam Adams dijon-cream sauce, or the bison chili ($5.25/bowl), which couples locally raised, slow-roasted bison with fresh chilies, tomatoes, and spices, blanketed with pepper jack cheese and sour cream. The Colonial meatloaf ($13.99), dressed in a suit of bacon and anointed with an East Coast red glaze, blends Hereford beef and Compart Family Farms Premium Duroc ground pork with fresh herbs in a meal hearty enough to survive New England winters and tender enough to journal about it.
Charming palates with its all-American, culinary good looks, Cadillac Ranch showcases a sizzling menu of burgers, steaks, cocktails, and mechanical bull riding inside a lively rock 'n' roll–styled space. Rev up appetites with hulking plates of Texas wings ($9.95) or kettle chips, thinly sliced starch shards that come deep-fried and paired with blue-cheese crumbles, garlic cream sauce, balsamic drizzle, and scallions ($7.95). A well-packed roster of burgers includes the A-1 mushroom, a half-pound of Angus beef smothered in the earthy allure of mushrooms, swiss cheese, and A-1 sauce ($11.95). Quasi-carnivores can opt for the turkey burger ($11.95) or the walleye sandwich, socked with a deep-fried dose of beer and smoked cheddar cheese ($12.95). Go big on 21-ounces of bone-in rib-eye steak nestled in demi-glaze and served with sautéed green beans and mashed potatoes to sate monster appetites ($32.95). Moms daintily dice iceberg-lettuce wedge salads ($7.95), and pint-sized broods play with two mini Angus cheese burgers ($4.95) or build scale models of Frank Gehry architecture with chicken tenders ($4.95).