loved breakfast...a lot of budiness going on at tables ... quiet environment ... unbelievably wonderful, quiet, but attentive, service
Stayed two nights at the Warwick. Had one dinner and two breakfasts. Dinner was pricey but the food was average. Looked great when they brought it but I've had better shrimp (much better) at Pappadeaux down the street. Breakfast was very good with great service.
This was the first time I or my partner had dined at this establishment and we were not disappointed! The restaurant was well-appointed with a luxury look and feel. The staff was friendly, attentive, knowledgeable and well trained to meet the upscale standards. The food was timed perfectly. The menu was inspired, yet refined and the portions were appropriate. We... More
This is a 3 course meal!!! Start out w a lovely Mimosa or Champagne. Try the Chilled Fruit Cocktail for a deliciously fresh surprise...pineapple soup w citrus whipped cream! Their Eggs and Vegetable Benedict is exquisite! Be sure to leave room, dessert is included. The Carrot Cake is killer. The service is impeccable, the atmosphere is elegant but not stuffy... More
Decent price and friendly staff, worth a visit. Try the Eggs Benedict. Clean, fresh and air conditioned with very nice coffee.
My husband and I chose The Landmark for our anniversary this year and found it to be a perfect place to celebrate a special occasion. The restaurant is beautifully appointed if a little hushed. We were there on a weeknight and had the place to ourselves periodically. We were pleased with everything we tried from the "amuse bouche" to the... More
we stayed at the hotel and came in for a quick bite of lunch after flying all day. We got there very close to closing, but you would never have known it as the staff was really very nice. We just ordered a couple of sandwiches and fries. Really good. Hotel pricing, but the staff made up for it. I... More
I have stayed at the Melrose several times through the years, but never dined at the Landmark restaurant. I have always had a thing against eating in hotel restaurants, with the exception of the French Room in the Adolphis Hotel. Due to time constraints, I chose to dine at the Landmark prior to an evening at the theatre. I was... More
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