Restaurants in boutique hotels have been growing in both number and notice by offering menus tailored to cuisine-savvy guests while employing nimble marketing plans that emphasize personalized service. Most major cities now boast several boutique-hotel restaurants, and the concept is spreading—from Louisville, Ky., with the 21c Museum Hotel and its Proof on Main restaurant to Houston, with the planned opening of the second Hotel ZaZa and its Monarch restaurant, to Beverly Hills, ...
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