The Club Grill has re-created the upscale ambience of the swank 1960s with such details as a martini lounge, tuxedoed waiters, and live jazz complete with a double bass. A five-course tasting menu, paired with boutique Mexican wines, changes monthly. The dining room here is romantic and quietly elegant, with rich wood, fresh flowers, crisp linens, and courtyard views. The contemporary menu changes every three months, but might include starters like caramelized scallops
and truffle corn soup, or main courses like tequila duck. For dessert, try the soufflé trio served with cups of liquid chocolate, coconut cream and Grand Marnier sauce. Like a waiters' ballet, the delivery of domed silver platters is synchronized among the servers, making the entire dining experience an unforgettable one. To cap the evening, women are given a red rose and a box of truffles. Reservations are recommended.