Hullett House—the former marine police headquarters turned into a boutique hotel—was designed with maxed-out luxury in mind, so it's to be expected that its signature fine-dining restaurant would be a no-expenses-spared venture. The restaurant is decked out in colonial era–inspired duds, complete with chandeliers and comfy leather sofas. But while the decor pays homage to days gone by, the cuisine—designed by executive chef Philippe Orrico (who trained with Pierre
Gagnaire)—is modern, creative, and totally inspired. Guests can look forward to things like crispy 63-degree eggs served with crabmeat velouté, sweet potato purée, and wild mushrooms. Two tasting menus are also available (four or eight courses), for those who want the full St. George experience.