Within the high ceilings of Grana’s grand dining room, chef Stephen Bukoff offers traditional Italian fare served with elevation and elegance for dishes like Crispy Eggplant Milanese and a Prosciutto Sandwich with Truffle. He also takes inspiration from his Italian grandmother for menu sections like Nonna’s Kitchen (hello, Spaghetti Pie!). Brunch is a mix of American classics and surprises like Carbonara Benedict and Lobster Cannoli (don’t worry; it’s savory).
This is brunch appointment dining at its finest. Chef Stephen Bukoff takes inspiration from his Italian grandmother to put forth an eclectic spread of midday surprises like Carbonara Benedict, Manicotti Crepes, Tiramisu Overnight Oats, and Lobster Cannoli (don’t worry, it’s savory). If you’re craving something a little more traditional, you can spring for the Egg White Frittata or Banana Bread French Toast; just be sure to save room for the insanely decadent Candied Almond Frangipane.
You’ll be torn between Christmas Eve or Christmas Day because both of Grana’s holiday menus are to die for. On Christmas Eve, settle in for a four-course spread of a winter green salad, truffled celeriac risotto, pan-seared scallops, and red velvet cheesecake, among other choices. Then, on the big day itself, families can come together for a shared feast of apps, braised beef short ribs, sides like wild mushroom risotto and whipped buttermilk potatoes, and a dessert bar featuring eggnog panna cotta and lemon ricotta pie.
There’s something special about a hotel Thanksgiving. With just three seatings throughout the afternoon, you can enjoy a leisurely prix-fixe meal that starts with either carrot and ginger soup or roasted beet and cress salad, then moves on to the turkey with sides like creamed spinach, giblet gravy, chestnut stuffing, and buttermilk whipped potatoes. Be sure to save room for the dessert buffet, which includes wonders like a spiced apple galette, dark chocolate fudge cake, and pecan pie.