Once upon a time, when hotels were the height of elegance, when men dared not descend into the lobby without their jackets and ties, a hotel's restaurant, often proved to be a drawing card for visitors and locals alike. Today, with an exponentially higher choice of restaurants and lots more mobility, hotels don't even have a captive audience with their lodgers. So you have to recognize hotels who have succeeded in creating dining destinations. How do they do it? Take a look at The Ritz.