The ground-floor space at the Kimpton La Peer has a history as a revolving door for above-average hotel restaurants. The latest is Ladyhawk, a modern Lebanese spot that we’re hoping sticks around because it’s quite good. The colorful, Art Deco-y dining room is strikingly beautiful and ideal for impressing somebody whose entire personality is not being impressed. Plus, the menu is full of food that even the pickiest eater at your table will enjoy. The highlight is the $110 mezze platter, which arrives on a giant lazy susan, filled with nine kinds of dips and shmears, as well as falafel and warm, pillowy pita. It’s more than enough food for two, but if you want to explore the entrees, go for the grilled prawns or olive-crusted rack of lamb.