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CLOSED This posh, pale, old-fashioned dining room in a hotel in an Edwardian building built in 1902 as a private residence offers classic American breakfasts and ambitious multi-ingredient French-inspired New American cooking at dinner. The menu changes frequently, but you might be offered pork belly with artichokes, or a tart of quince, ham, and manchego to start; and baked branzino with baby bok choy or leg of lamb with dried cherries and salsify to follow. Located just blocks from the culture cluster of the opera, ballet, and symphony, Cafe Majestic also offers an affordable prix-fixe that's perfect for an early dinner.
Ever since a creepy bartender encouraged a crazed Jack Nicholson to axe his family to death in an empty ski resort, people have got it into their heads that hotel ghosts are to be avoided at all costs. But the specter who lives at the stately Hotel Majestic means its patrons no harm. The Majestic was built as a residence by railroad tycoon Milton Schmidt, and was subsequently turned into a hotel that survived the 1906 earthquake. Schmidt's daughter supposedly haunts the hotel, and her... More »
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