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Upon walking through the front door of The Grove Hotel, the lobby greets you with live piano music and elegant, contemporary décor. As you then turn into Emilio’s, high ceilings and art deco style make the restaurant feel upscale and spacious. However, the soft combination of light blue and brown hues throughout the dining room has a calming effect that makes it easy to make yourself comfortable.
The tables in the restaurant are arranged far enough apart that you feel like you own your space — conversations rarely waft from one table to the next. Those seated next to a window can gaze through the translucent curtains and watch the world speed by at the busy intersection where the restaurant sits. Despite this, those who prefer to ignore the outside world while dining can do so easily, since not a decibel of the noise outside makes it into the restaurant.