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Inspired by the Tuscan region’s emphasis on abundance, Executive Chef Martin Alcala, presents authentic and sophisticated regional Italian cuisine. Our menu offerings and dish preparations reflect the basic ingredients available from local purveyors through the seasons.View Private Dining Details
This was our yearly Thanksgiving dinner out. Two of us had turkey and two had the prime rib. For this occasion it was a pris fixe menu with limited choices. All were excellent. We all agreed this restaurant's Thanksgiving meal is one of the valley's best kept secrets. Not crowded. Very nice.
40 minute wait for food was rediculous, only plus was it was convenient but not a reason to be so bad and expensive would not reccomend it to anyone.
This restaurant has gone downhill pretty bad in the last couple years. Had the breakfast buffet. Barely anything was above motel/diner quality. Interior still may look nice but you're quickly turned off by the bland and dry food.
We come here a few times a year for breakfast, this time it was for Fathers Day and we had a great breakfast and with that, came the outstanding service. We will continue to eat here.
I highly recommend for breakfast, the buffet is hot and they keep it up so that your not waiting for food. Come check them out, you will enjoy.
Restaurant had decided to close early, yet still accepted our reservation.
Had a quick lunch Spinach salad was good but Pizza was not hot and crust was frozen pie
I have had breakfast here hundreds of times. Always fruit and cereal. My food choices don't lend themselves to dazzling, five-star cuisine. (I'm strict vegetarian. Non-vegetarian foods look attractive and well-prepared.) Service these days is good, and, even as a solo diner, I feel welcome.
This is the restaurant in the Hyatt Regency. We had a delicious dinner and a glass of wine each before attending a book signing at the convention center. Restaurant is an ideal location for this. But more importantly, the food is good, with healthy choices, and good value for money. I'd definitely choose this restaurant over those at other convention center hotels, and I would dine here again. Good service, atmosphere and quiet enough for normal conversations.
The Breakfast Buffet is now $24 and ordering an omelette with the buffet is now $2 extra. They have switched chefs and menus recently, and there is perhaps a slight dropoff in food prep quality. Still, service is great and it is a convenient option.
Dinner buffet was.... unfortunate. Bland food which had been sitting for too long.