For years people have celebrated special occasions in the Hotel du Pont's main dining room. Its hand-etched plaster ceiling, massive Spanish chandeliers, and tall French windows have added to the Edwardian splendor. Such delicacies as trio of pork ("tamale" of shoulder, grilled tenderloin and pork belly) and Key lime-glazed Hawaiian ahi tuna—recipes blending the traditional with some contemporary zing—can be savored on china by Versace. Dinner is accompanied by impeccable
service and live music on weekends. Soak up the ambience at reduced prices at the weekday lunch buffet. The Sunday brunch is extravagant and wonderful.