Resplendent in polished wood, Italian marble floors, Biedermeier furnishings, and silk damask drapery, the 126-seat Bizcaya restaurant exudes the classic Ritz-Carlton refinement, comfort, and taste. The space is divided into two similarly decorated dining rooms, though the one closest to the entrance has prettier salt and pepper shakers, and votive candles on the tables are veiled with faux stained-glass shades instead of plunked into plain glass bowls. All in all, the first room offers a more intimate environment, though maybe it just seemed that way because people were actually dining there. We were seated in the second, empty room at the table closest to a set of glass doors leading to the outdoor dining patio -- setting for one of the finest Sunday... More >>>