Thursday, August 7, 2014


There are multiple
restaurants at both resorts
 for every budget

There is a coffee shop and grab and go food
called Xanadu
They also have a lot of tempting sweets

 The Café at Sinclair’s is a 
sophisticated and refined location 
for a luncheon or quiet rendezvous. 
It primarily serves breakfast
We didn't eat here

There is Sinclair's 
which is an upscale evening eatery

 From the website :
Timeless in its beauty and stylishness, 
Sinclair's offers an impressive dinner menu and wine list. 
This restaurant is perfect for a romantic dinner 
for two or celebratory dinner for many. 
Named for Lee W. Sinclair one of the 
original owners of West Baden Springs Hotel. 
Sinclair brought sophistication to 
southern Indiana and transformed the hotel 
into a slice of European elegance in America.
 Located just off the atrium.


We ate here on Sunday Night

Chuck had:
Coquilles St. Jacques
Seared fresh sea scallops served in a creamy white wine 
sauce topped with bread crumb gratin 
and a mache greens in citrus vinaigrette

 Shrimp and Penne Diavolo 
 Jumbo shrimp, andouille sausage and sweet corn sautéed 
in a spicy red pepper cream, topped with shaved asiago cheese

 I had :
Lobster Bisque
Maine lobster garni and sherry crème fraîche

 Swordfish Provencal
Grilled swordfish with rosemary infused 
Israeli couscous,
 provencal vegetables and beurre blanc

It was delicious!! 

We had Breakfast at The Colonnade
 which was a breakfast buffet
It is the former ballroom where FDR 
received the nomination to run for President in 1932. 

 We had dinner one night
at The Power Plant Room
at the French Lick
 Simply step through the door and back 
in time to understand how the lounge got its name. 
The large electrical switchboard that 
once supplied electricity for French Lick Springs Hotel
 is the focal point of the décor in this hotel eatery. 

We were told that we needed
to try the signature
Dome Dessert

The inside is a delicious ganache

I am glad we chose to split it


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