– Jason Smith, Master Sommelier
Chef Serrano's exceptional Mediterranean cuisine is inspired by the regions of France and Spain, where Picasso spent much of his life. More than 1,500 of the best wines from Spain, as well as classics from the rest of the world complement this AAA Five Diamond Award-winning dining experience. Picasso has made the annual list of Wine Spectator's Best Restaurants for Wine Lovers since 2002 and has received their 2015 Grand Award.
A 2015 winner of Wine Spectator's Award of Excellence, Todd English’s renowned casual restaurant is revered for its Mediterranean cuisine paired with California's best wines, as well as selections from Spain, the South of France and Italy.
Jasmine, recipient of Wine Spectator's 2015 Best of Award of Excellence, is elegant in design and offers exquisite fine dining of authentic traditional Cantonese fare. Its wine list boasts 700 different selections from various regions all around the world with a special focus on French wine and Riesling. The two signature tasting menus with their exclusive wine pairings are a must-experience!
Wine connoisseurs will delight in Lago's wine menu featuring 700 selections of wine from all 20 regions of Italy. The collection also offers a large collection from vineyards in California and Oregon.
Le Cirque invites guests to indulge and relish world-class wines, haute cuisine and luxurious service in an intimate setting. With wines concentrating on celebrated regions of France: Bordeaux, Burgundy and the Rhone Valley, this 2015 recipient of Wine Spectator's Best of Award of Excellence and the AAA Five Diamond Award, promises a truly rare dining experience.
Velvety Angus Prime, aged for 21 days, and the perfect wine await your choosing from over 750 selections - including some of the rarest cult wines from California. With two sommeliers at your service, your impeccable meal will be paired with a personalized wine selection resulting in a certified PRIME experience. PRIME received a 2015 Best of Award of Excellence from Wine Spectator.
Mina, winner of the prestigious James Beard Foundation's Best Chef Award, marries an enticing blend of ingredients from California and the Mediterranean with the distinctive flavors of freshly flown-in seafood. The wine selection focuses on the best aromatic whites of Burgundy and Germany, as well as various exquisite reds and California varieties. Wine Spectator designated MICHAEL MINA a recipient of its 2015 Best of Award of Excellence.
Harvest pays homage to the origin of food, with farm-fresh ingredients and naturally raised products. The wine list is mostly small artisanal producers from America with other selections from Champagne and the old world.