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Sleek and sophisticated, Root 246 is Hotel Corque’s fine-dining restaurant. Located in a separate building next to the hotel, it looks like it belongs in Hollywood, not in rural Solvang. But that’s part of the evolution of Solvang and wine country cuisine. The menu rotates often depending on seasonal ingredients, since this sits in an agricultural region. You’ll find housemade charcuterie, local bison dishes and steelhead trout from the nearby river among the offerings. The clientele is a young, urban crowd, and you don’t see a lot of old-school Danish residents here. The Solvang restaurant has two rooms separated by a bar with an elegant club feel. Reserve the “kitchen table” directly inside the kitchen for a unique, energetic dining experience. Root 246 offers dinner only and a Sunday brunch.