The Glorious Review
You probably think beer when you think Belgium, but this tiny French-influenced restaurant is all about the wine, with more than 45 international varieties offered by the glass, plus a changing monthly focus on one wine region. Early 20th-century décor, vibrant jewel-tone colors, and jazzy music set the scene for such sophisticated culinary inventions as lobster salad with Granny Smith apples, avocado, tomato confit, and truffle and pigeon with mushrooms, sugar snap peas, and broad beans. For the best deal, try the €35 three-course menu, offered at both lunch and dinner—although be sure to splurge on the sommeliers' suggested wine pairings. If all that food makes you sleepy, stay in one of the three adjoining Glorious Fashion Inn Suites.