The Ritz-Carlton's oceanfront restaurant serves inventive cuisine that utilizes seasonal ingredients such as golden tile fish with gnocchi, spinach, and grapefruit, or a Darling Downs Wagyu rib eye cooked on a wood-burning grill. The signature dish is beef tenderloin served on a block of Himalayan salt. The wine list has more than 300 bottles (24 by the glass), service is nothing short of impeccable, and there's that view of the Atlantic from every table. For a unique dining experience, reserve a seat in the private dining room within the kitchen to "Dine With the Chefs," watching them at work while you enjoy a personalized five-course meal. To learn the secrets of Salt's cuisine, consider taking one of the Salt cooking school sessions. They've proven so popular, the Ritz-Carlton has expanded the schedule to several a year. Long pants and collared shirts are recommended (for dining, we mean; cooking students get their own Ritz-Carlton aprons).