You could very easily spend an entire day at and around the Clermont Hotel if you wanted to. Start on their rooftop bar with a drink, end at the Clermont Lounge, and then stay the night in one of the hotel rooms. When you inevitably get hungry for dinner, or wake up and need brunch, there’s Tiny Lou’s. It feels like an old-timey, upscale French bistro from the 30s, complete with cocktails in crystal glasses, steak frites, and escargot, all in a large dining room with big comfortable booths. Bring a date and try to impress them with your flawless pronunciation of fromage brulee before heading up to the rooftop for after-dinner drinks and a great view of the city.
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