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The 28th floor of a downtown bank provides part of the name and all of the view, which is no less than beautiful after dark. You can see the city and the distant theme parks (fireworks, too), and this is the rare case where the food actually matches the visuals. Despite a smallish kitchen, the chefs work wonders with a changing menu. When available, I can't resist the miso-marinated Chilean sea bass with seaweed salad. Seafood lovers also might encounter asparagus-seared ahi tuna with rice risotto and lump crab hollandaise. And the five-peppercorn Angus filet with smoked Gouda potatoes wows the red-meat crowd. A four-course fixed price menu with optional wine pairing is available as well. To make sure you don't miss out on the view, the dining room has floor-to-ceiling windows. Expect very professional service and a far-above-par wine cellar.
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