The menu is modern and full of interesting surprises. The food and the ambiance of the restaurant are simply superb.
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Bar menu was the best. Had street tacos and burger. Both were really good. Also had breakfast there, and it was fresh and well made.
Stopped for quick lunch. Didn't have great variety of beers but the one I had was excellent. I had the tomato soup which was disappointing. It tasted like a simple tomato sauce. The rest of the menu looked great and I would definitely go back...More
This is attached to the hotel and acts as the hotel's 'restaurant', from 6:30 a.m. +. However, it is also an independent restaurant with a nice vibe, bar, and restaurant in its own right. Staff are good. Food is good. Prices are reasonable. A good...More
We loved the food - imaginative combinations and great freshness. However, it was listed as a $$ restaurant, and I would say it is more a $$$ restaurant. That said, you could make do with just the main plate - not a lot of food...More
This is a really great restaurant. Stayed at hotel for a long weekend and this restaurant is head and shoulders above anything in the immediate area. Atmosphere is great as it is in a historic building. Service was fabulous. Food quality is both interesting and...More
Had heard so much (good) about the Grange - decided to go for 40th wedding anniversary dinner. It was nice - but not up to expectations. The concrete walls do not add to the rather bland interior, the entrance is less than bland, the tables...More
excellent service, tasteful decor, has a bar, very noisy due to no sound baffles and high ceilings, but gets quieter after 7pm. Food was fantastic. We loved the salmon with corn beignets.
The bloody Mary is a salad! ;) Cornichons, Bacon, pickled quail egg, thyme, lemon, lime, olives.....im probably forgetting something. Mimosa (which i had made with grapefruit juice) also interesting with st. germain/lavender. ACE BLT (Avo, cheddar, poached Egv, bacon lettuce tomato) with housemade potato chips...More