China Coast Bar & Grill strikes a near perfect balance as a California-style steak house and sports bar located outside a major airport.
Ribs, steaks and seafood are hearty enough to satisfy travellers on a layover or hotel and convention guests who are entertaining business clients in the dining room or at the high tech sports bar. China Coast only uses Meyer natural Angus beef in its steaks and hamburgers, which ensures high quality. The Meyer Ranch in Montana raises free range cattle that eat a combination of grain and grass. Guests can expect consistent and rich marbling in their rib-eye steaks and tender firmness in their filet mignons. And for those guests who prefer to snack while watching their favourite team in action, the menu offers a tasty Louisiana jumbo lump crab cake served with a light remoulade sauce.
California wines from northern and southern vineyards dominate the wine list. A wide selection of red and white varietals ranging from $375 to $1750 suits all occasions. However, guests who prefer Old World wines can request the extensive master wine list.
The service is casual, efficient and friendly, which is necessary for an airport hotel. The waiters are knowledgeable about the superiority of Meyer Ranch beef. And they understand how to pair the California wines to the menu for both casual and formal occasions.
Dinner for two, excluding drinks will cost about $1,000.
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