Dazzling detailsWhile every Capital Grille restaurant is carefully designed to create an atmosphere of refined sophistication, some of our locations display unique details of which we are particularly proud. From historic architecture to exceptional finishing touches, allow us to share with you a gallery of our most noteworthy features.
The restaurant is located in first floor of Capital Reforma building, just opposite to the Bolsa Mexicana de Valores. You will enjoy the most superb views to Paseo de la Reforma, the most emblematic avenue of the city.
A stately building worthy of our nation's capital, with a stunning view down Pennsylvania Avenue to the Capitol Building itself.
An exceptionally grand entrance, located just one block from Chicago's famed Magnificent Mile shopping district.
Modern angles and floor-to-ceiling glass give this unique location a spectacular view of the famous Las Vegas Strip.
The Trylon Towers, designed by the late, renowned contemporary architect Philip Johnson, are a dramatic addition to the Chrysler Building, and home to The Capital Grille. The gleaming, seven-story glass and steel pyramid is unlike anything in Manhattan, and one of the most unique dining settings anywhere.
The building's design was inspired by Frank Lloyd Wright, and guests dining on the outdoor patio enjoy a view of a magnificent spire (designed by Wright himself), dedicated to the famous architect.
Los Angeles/Beverly Center
Ideally located in the heart of Beverly Hills, this stunning two-story location attracts visitors and locals alike. Clear skies and the Hollywood Hills set the backdrop for breath-taking outdoor dining or socializing at the bar on our elegant second story terrace.
NYC Wall Street
In the historic Equitable Building, what was once a mighty bank vault is now the highly coveted Calloway Room – an ideal setting for a private meeting or celebration.
Union Station, host to nearly 300 trains a day a century ago, became The Capital Grille's first home in 1990.
Located in the acclaimed South Coast Plaza, this exceptionally grand entrance attracts patrons of the arts and shoppers alike.
Built in the Beaux-Arts style, the historic 1910 Cobb Building in downtown Seattle is our home in the Pacific Northwest.