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170 Railroad St. (Third St.) Send to Phone
Upgrade to a sweet hotel restaurant with an amiable staff delivering American fare.


Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner daily, Brunch Sat.-Sun.

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THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED Brasserie Restaurant Restaurant Review

: Let’s say you find yourself at the Hyatt, spent after a long day of meetings or traversing backroads. Brasserie Restaurant is the kind of hotel venue you’d be happy to encounter. The menu offers safe and welcoming choices with just enough flair. Unwind in an ample booth, fresh lilies on the table, Mission-style lamps overhead. Relax with one of many local wines offered or a cocktail of your choice. The chef proudly uses local growers, and dishes reflect seasonality. Choose from generous starters such as grilled rosemary shrimp skewers with herb garlic oil dipping sauce; spinach tossed with strawberries, candied walnuts and chèvre, drizzled with tangerine vinaigrette; or just-seared ahi, fanned out, flecked with black and white sesames and topped with seaweed salad. Try mains like roasted corvina sea bass with olive herb tapenade over a polenta cake or the Willie Bird turkey potpie. Standout desserts include Valrhona chocolate croissant bread pudding and Gravenstein apple cake, moistened with sparkling cider, the green peel as confetti.

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