This is where the old school swanky people used to dine, but the views of the beautiful Belmont hills are still intact. If you dine there for lunch, you have to come back to see this same view transformed into lights against a clear sky at night for dinner. It's romantic, if not stunning. The food is rich, expensive, and meant to impress. Not many vegetarian options, but you don't come here to watch your health. It's an older building, lots of charm, and a peninsula experience for sure!