What a great spot! Loved it! The beast thing about this spot is the consistency in the services they provide!
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Nice ambience, good choice of entrees. It was nice after a day at the pool and spa treatments to get dressed and dine right in the hotel on our last night.
Good dining atmosphere, good service and good food. When I took a diverse group of colleagues to this restaurant after a late work night, there was something for everyone on the menu, . The wine selection was interesting as well, and the server was knowledgable...More
The breakfast was unbelievably good. Try the carrot and oatmeal smoothie. The panini pancake with gruyere cheese, ham, apple butter and fried egg was delicious and filling. Much, much better than the average hotel food. BTW, the Hyatt Century Plaza has terrible food.
I am a jaded business traveler, but the fresh local ingredients, the menu, and the cocktail specialties made this a great find. I had the mussels, ms r had the beef burgundy. Both were great. The cucumber cooler cocktail and the bourbon cocktail were memorable....More
Hotels have to run restaurants, understood. They can be (rarely) spectacular, but they can often be just another department of the hotel, run with no more zip than the laundry or the parking garage. Such is the case at Nine-Thirty. The place LOOKS good, and...More
Staying at the w hotel went with my husband to nine thirty for a nice dinner together just the two of us. I had the halibut it was new on menu. Thought it was a good portion,with many great flavors.. My husband had the prime...More
Had breakfast here twice in our stay. The food was good and the server we had was really good. Prices were a little high in the $80 range for 4 of us with taxes and tip which was expected in a hotel.
we had the steak salad, too undercooked, sent it back and they came back with another very quickly. sloppy joe's at lunch was such a comfort food.