Perfect for a Pair All February Long

3rd Feb 2004

Enhance romance throughout February at The Huntington Hotel with
Valentine`s Day dinner at the award-winning Big 4 Restaurant on Saturday,
February 14th, or the Romance & Relaxation package, which includes a one
night stay at The Huntington Hotel in a luxury room, complimentary
champagne and two 50-minute massages at the Nob Hill Spa. Throughout
February a sampler of Sharffen Berger chocolates will be added to the
Romance and Relaxation package. “It`s our Cupid-inspired gesture for
Huntington guests,” says general manager Gail Isono.

The Big 4`s $70 three-course menu, created by executive chef Gloria
Ciccarone-Nehls, caters to the couple: Black Angus Rib Eye Roasted on the
Bone for Two With Fresh Black Truffles, Horseradish Potato Puree, King
Oyster Mushrooms, Asparagus Tips, Glazed Carrots and Bearnaise Sauce; Pan
Seared Muscovy Duck Presented Two Ways, Roasted Breast and Confit of
Thigh, Roasted Butternut Squash Puree, Roasted Baby Beets,
Hazelnut-Gruyere Strudel, Blood Orange Gastrique. Delectable deserts
include Valhrona Chocolate Fondue for Two With Macaroons, Fresh Fruit and
Truffles; Lovers Quarrel, Warm Upside Down Cake With Vanilla Bean Custard
Sauce and Fresh Raspberries. Dinner will be served beginning 5:30 p.m. and
guests will be treated to live music by acclaimed pianist Michael Parsons.
In a city buzzing over hot-ticket restaurants that often come and go
within the course of only a year, the Big 4 Restaurant`s 25-year
reputation for truly innovative American cuisine has made it a favorite of
local San Franciscans and visitors-in-the-know alike.

Offering the finest in innovative and contemporary American cuisine, the
Big 4 Restaurant is located directly off the lobby of the Huntington Hotel
and Nob Hill Spa, at California and Taylor Streets. Named for the four
railroad tycoons of the 19th Century—Charles Crocker, Leland Stanford,
Mark Hopkins and C.P. Huntington—the restaurant houses an impressive
collection of original artifacts, historical photographs and memorabilia
from the great California Gold Rush.

The restaurant`s club-like ambiance, set in an elegant early-California
decor with warm colors, rich leather and sparkling beveled glass, suggests
another era of California`s illustrious past. More information is
available at Please call the Big 4
Restaurant at 415-771-1140.





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