The Corson Building is an elegant, early-20th-century home that now houses a restaurant. The antique-looking inside space is full of vintage decor and candles, and the terrace has wood nymph sculptures and a beautiful garden. (Weddings are often hosted in the backyard.) The Corson Building is only open Thursday through Sunday - with Thursday and Friday being à la carte days, and Saturday and Sunday being prix fixe days. Either way, the New American food is all incredible and worth the steep price tag. Just be sure to make a reservation.
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