With so many independent restaurants to choose from in the East Bay, why drive to one in the Oakland hills in a fancy hotel?
Because at sunset the view is killer.
And it’s a chance to experience history.
You can’t miss the sprawling, castle-like structure when you glance toward the hills. It’s as imposing as it is impressive.
Even if you’re not splurging on a night’s stay at the luxury hotel, you can still enjoy a meal at the restaurant with its open kitchen, clubby atmosphere and bank of large windows.
Arwi Odense, hotel executive chef; Joey Hattendorf, Limewood executive chef; and A.J. Thalakkat, executive pastry chef, all joined the property less than two years ago.