"The ambiance is the draw" at this casual alternative to the Four Seasons' opulent Fountain, a "charming room with a fireplace" encouraging guests to "sit for hours" and relish "elegant" New American and French cuisine presented by an "attentive but not overly pushy" staff; fans likewise "enjoy the ritual of high tea" and a "decadent" Sunday brunch, even if a few critics complain a "swann dive" in quality makes it all feel "overpriced for what little you now get."
Standard high-end-hotel fare, which is to say, $20 omelets & cheeseburgers. Sure, they're tasty, but they aren't 4x tastier than their $5 cousins. $10 kids menu though, which is a nice find in a Four Seasons. Skip the Philly Cheesesteak here, you've got a
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reviewed 23 years ago
Great food, wonderful atmosphere and lovely service. The Swann is a nice option if you want to dine casually or have a light meal at the Four Seasons. The wine list is fantastic.