In addition to good food, this glass-walled restaurant on the hotel’s 27th floor offers panoramic views and lots of toys. As you dine, the restaurant revolves, slowly enough not to be intrusive but fast enough to be novel, offering different views of the city and the river. Kids can play with computer games, blocks, laser drawing boards, and for little ones trays with play frogs and other critters or place mats with items that pop up. If the toys aren’t visible, just ask. There’s a kids’ menu, a buffet or a la carte breakfast, plus the restaurant serves lunch and dinner.