What restaurants does The Ritz-Carlton, Laguna Niguel have?

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If it’s ocean-view dining you’re after, then Raya inside The Ritz-Carlton, Laguna Niguel will do the trick. The pan-Latin restaurant has knock-out vistas and cuisine to match. Chef Richard Sandoval’s innovative menu features sustainable seafood, local produce and natural and organic meat. The restaurant is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner and chef Sandoval’s signature Latin flavors are infused in dishes at every meal. For dinner, small plates include a variety of ceviches, rock shrimp quesdillas and Santa Barbara blue mussels fritas. For your entrée, the organic king salmon and the ancho-pistachio crusted ahi tuna jump off the menu.

For a meatier option, try enoSTEAK, a tucked-away spot off of the lobby. The cozy, wood-filled steakhouse plates cuts of prime and grass-fed, pasture-raised beef. But the glass wine cases in the room hint at another reason to visit enoSTEAK: Head to there to enjoy a glass of vino paired with artisanal cheeses and charcuterie. 

The Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star resort also has two more casual options — the Dana Pool Café features light bites, a kids menu and cocktails, while the Marketplace Coffee Shop offers gourmet coffee drinks, pastries, panini and more.

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