Dining Tidbits

New (A Mano), Budget Beat (Winston’s Market), Hotel Haute Cuisine (Lockwood), Retro (Old Town Brasserie

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As the glittering centerpiece of the Palmer House Hilton’s $150-million restoration, Lockwood seeks to prove itself in the competitive hotel dining field—and do it with style. Executive chef Phillip Foss, who honed his skills with Jean-Georges Vongerichten and made his bones at New York’s legendary Le Cirque, has some tasty tricks up his sleeve for Lockwood. The “Surf, Turf and Turf,” a seared prime filet mignon with braised short ribs and butter-poached Maine lobster ($52), is an innovative spin on a classic menu staple. And pastry chef Fabrice Bouet’s sophisticated take on coffee and doughnuts is not to be missed. Palmer House Hilton, 17 E. Monroe St.; 312-917-3404. –Sarah Desprat




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