Hotel Palomar Restaurant
I am a relativist, when it comes to '60s architecture. The Kimbell, SI! The Holiday Inn, NOOOOO!
But I bet the new restaurant would do well to have a tasting menu reflecting the '60s sensibility: rumaki au gelee de raisin Welch, batons de poisson de l'ecole vieille, pot roast au soupe d'oignon Lipton, pommes de terre au gratin, les haricots verts au casserole, le gateau "grasshopper." Scott's "Fickle 500" would be all over it for a couple of weeks.
Good question. I'm skeptical of the whole Palomar place in general. There's something funny about taking an ugly building and converting it into ultralux condos / hotel.
Central 214 got a brief mention in D Home Blog,
but all I could glean is that the dessert menu sounds tasty.