Rainbow Room’s brunch is chock-full of tasty morsels, including these mini chicken pot pie tartlets.
Any Way You Slice It, A Rainbow
by Gael Greene | Photo by Bill Milne | Manhattan magazine | December 23, 2014
It was opening-day brunch at the new uplifted Rainbow Room after it was closed five years ago for rehab and, as far as I’m concerned, it already had two strikes against it. It wouldn’t be the same Rainbow I had known and treasured. And I don’t like brunch. So if I tell you to find yourself a Daddy Warbucks or go for broke on your own and book now, you’ll know I’m not just making idle chitchat.
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Grilled strip loin with fava-bean mash, piperade, poached egg and bordelaise sauce
by David Hagedorn | Photography by Greg Powers | DC magazine | December 22, 2014
The W Hotel, a Starwood Hotels and Resorts property, has been a tricky sell in Washington since it opened in 2009. It’s a neon-pink brand in a navy-blue town. A lobby with purple lighting, zebra upholstery, silvery sequined pillows and the low thump of house music suits the fashionista crowd, but what about the buttoned-up lawyers, lobbyists and White House staffers just around the corner?
by Amy Finley | Photography by John Dole | Riviera San Diego magazine | December 22, 2014
I like white tablecloths. For my 10th birthday, my father took me to 10 Downing Street, a long-since disappeared basement resto at the World Trade Center that once epitomized elegance in downtown San Diego. I ordered shrimp. The place settings sparkled. The tablecloths were snowy. I felt incredibly grown-up and sophisticated.
I still feel that way dining downtown at the Grant Grill.