The Ritz-Carlton restaurant's inventive cuisine highlights seasonal ingredients that might include Florida snapper with Calypso beans and clams, or Darling Downs Wagyu rib-eye cooked on a wood-burning grill. The wine list has more than 300 bottles (24 by the glass), service is nothing short of impeccable, and there's a view of the Atlantic from every table. For a unique dining experience, reserve A Seat in the Kitchen, a private dining room within the kitchen, where you
can watch the chefs at work and enjoy a personalized five-course meal. To learn the secrets of Salt's cuisine, consider taking one of the two-day 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).