While the name of this restaurant may bring Louis XIV to mind, it actually is a cryptic reference to its location. Diners have excellent views of the ... More
While the name of this restaurant may bring Louis XIV to mind, it actually is a cryptic reference to its location. Diners have excellent views of the 18th green from this restaurant, which is situated exactly where a 19th hole would be if one existed. The interior of the restaurant is ornately elegant. Golden light illuminates the wood-and-brass interior and the cream-colored table linens. Signature menu items include Pan Seared Foie Gras and Venison Loin. Two prix fixe menus are offered nightly, one of which is completely vegetarian.
This legendary seafood restaurant is located at the end of Fisherman's Wharf and its origin goes back to the 1950s.
It has been family run for decades, and the service is impeccable. Specialties include Linguini Shellfish and Swordfish Steak. ...
One of the most scenic drives anywhere in the world, this stretch of highway runs between Pacific Grove and Carmel.
You will see incredible beaches, six golf courses and more mansions than you can count. You will drive by ...
The dining experience here is superb. On the walls inside, find license plates, skillets, signs, toys, and all sorts of
collectibles. On the patio outside is a stone rotisserie that cooks many of the meats. The menu has an ...