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A look at five hotels that are upping their food-and-beverage game this summer

These destination restaurants are designed to draw both travelers and locals

Leisure travel has reportedly come roaring back this summer, despite the threat of the delta variant, and experts are optimistic that business travel will also pick up later this year and in 2022.

Meanwhile, hotels across the country are investing in their dining spaces, creating destination food-and-beverage outlets designed to attract both locals and travelers.

For The Hermitage Hotel in Nashville, Tenn., the Hyatt Centric in Charlotte, N.C., and the Sheraton Phoenix Downtown, the new restaurants are a result of makeovers to the properties. But in Mountain View, Calif., and Saint Michaels, Md., new boutique hotels have opened with dining outlets as a focal point.

Here’s a look at five interesting new dining concepts open this summer or coming soon to hotel properties across the U.S.

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