Dining by Design


Fallingwater. Built as a weekend home for Pittsburgh department-store magnate Edgar Kaufmann, this iconic Frank Lloyd Wright creation offers an upgraded brunch tour for exclusive peeks at the property. Or spend an evening enjoying hors d’oeuvres on the terrace.

Kentuck Knob. Just seven miles south of Fallingwater, this stellar example of Wright’s signature Usonian style is nestled into a mountain 2,050 feet above sea level. Designed for the Hagan family on a hexagonal module, the house features eight-sided terrace skylights. There are seasonal
farm-to-table BYOB dinners (June-September) that include a tour.

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Falling Rock. A rousing tribute to Wright, this boutique hotel boasts an attention to detail that’s unsurpassed, with personal butlers available 24 hours a day, a 10-option pillow menu, and baths in a 200-gallon soaking tub. The on-site Aqueous restaurant offers American cuisine with an emphasis on local products and in-house dry-aging and steak-cutting.

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