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You won’t have to book a table at a restaurant in New York City when you stay at The Ritz-Carlton, Westchester, as the Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star hotel has four unique dining options as sophisticated as any in the Big Apple.
At the airy and bright BLT Steak, Chef Laurent Tourondel set out to blend the warmth of a traditional French bistro with a cool, boîte-like atmosphere. With signature popovers, fresh seafood and, of course, select steaks, BLT Steak treats patrons to a high-dining experience with no need to leave the hotel.
The Lounge, is a dimly lit, contemporary space ideal for a fireside cocktail and a light dinner. With different themes Thursday through Sunday, from Friday's "Sinful Chocolate and Champagne" to "Single Malt Sunday," you can stop in for something unique.
Atop the 42nd floor, 42 combines high design and the cuisine of chef Anthony Goncalves. Goncalves melds his Portuguese heritage with fresh fare from the Hudson Valley. And at Bellota at 42 (also on the 42nd floor), you can get an intimate, candle-lit dinner. Small Spanish-influenced plates are the main focus here — try the pork meatballs with fresh tomato and Manchego cheese or the crab croquettes with honey Dijon-jalapeno and pepper aioli.