The downside to private dining is that no one gets to see how stylish you look having a swanky intimate supper at the latest hot spot. So we love the semi-private space at Les Sablons, the Paris-chic continental cuisine entry from restaurateur Garrett Harker and the Island Creek Oysters crew, separated from the rest of the upstairs dining room by a curtain. Behind it, diners sit among custom art pieces like brooding portraits of David Bowie and Grace Jones. Somehow, you still feel like the star.
Devotees who flock to Mistral for grilled pizzas, refined French plates and knockout brunch (warm cinnamon buns, anyone?) may not realize that the bistro also boasts one of the prettiest private rooms in town…...
In its 20th anniversary year, this first flag planted in Columbus Hospitality Group’s empire still impresses...