The restaurant is attached to a Holiday Express but is not obviously associated with it. Upon arrival, there is a sign directing patrons to find parking on neighborhood streets. We did find a space about a block away but this could problematic on a weekend or later in the evening. We were seated and waited on quickly.
The menu is limited to 8 entrees, two of which are chicken. There were two specials. The food was expensive and did not live up to the price we paid for it. The server is French and acts like it.
The ambiance is very nice. There is a wall of windows that give a partial, but nice, view of the city. The restaurant is quiet and we could comfortably talk with each other.